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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Thursday | September 28, 2006

Mega ganja seizure
The Narcotics police in collaboration with the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) scored another major success Tuesday afternoon, when they seized over $35 million worth of compressed ganja, one pound of hash oil, two compressors and a small boat engine...

Cops killed in crash ...

Two members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force were killed in an auto accident in Bog Walk, St. Catherine, yesterday morning. They have been identified as Phillip Harris and Dawn Lewis, both constables attached to the Clark's Town Police Station...


... Trelawny in mourning

WESTERN BUREAU: The Trelawny Police Division is now mourning the loss of two colleagues, who were killed in a motor vehicle accident in Bog Walk, St. Catherine, yesterday morning.


House yet to appoint committee to review act

Almost halfway into the legislative year, the House of Representatives is yet to appoint members to a Joint Select Committee of Parliament to review the operations of the Access to Information Act...


'Update laws to enhance press' - Dr. David McBean Chairman, Media Association Jamaica

"A major plank on which the spread of information is based is the application of laws and regulations. Jamaica is among countries that are highly rated for their free press. It could only be to Jamaica's credit if we.


Holness sidesteps peace walk

A tour of Olympic Gardens in the West Central St. Andrew constituency by the political ombudsman and members of the Peace Management Initiative (PMI), was aborted yesterday when placard-bearing Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) supporters...




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