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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Thursday | September 28, 2006

Duppy or 'Taliban'? - Shedding light on the Monymusk mystery
Maxine Reid has been hearing some rather strange squeaky sounds coming from upstairs her tiny office in the old Monymusk Library in Hayes, Clarendon. Now of course, squeaky sounds aren't necessarily anything to panic about....

Why is the hurricane season quiet - Local disaster preparedness experts are also warning against complacency

So it's the last week in September and the most active part of the hurricane season has come and gone, yet despite predictions of a turbulent season, the country still hasn't experienced a major hurricane. But why?


Reactions to the 'Crash Programme'

These letters to the Editor are some of several reacting to the Prime Minister's announcement at the PNP annual conference on Sunday of a $635 million job programme to clean-up for next year's Cricket World Cup.


Access to Info unit remains leaderless

The Government is yet to appoint a new head for the Access to Information (ATI) Unit, although the post has been vacant for more than a year. Cassey Daley, director of the Human Resource Division at the Office of the Prime Minister...


Lengthy delay for cancer treatment

Dr. Trevor McCartney, Senior Medical Officer at the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH), has expressed concerns with the long waiting period that patients with breast cancer have to endure for radiation therapy.


Man charged with killing mother and siblings

The Spanish Town Police have charged 26 year-old Christopher Oliver, an auditor, with the brutal murder of his mother Myrtle Oliver, 49 years old, and his brothers, 17-year-old Omeil Oliver and 14 year-old Omar Oliver, all of Telfer Close...




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