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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Friday | December 1, 2006

Bounty for St James' most wanted - One of four turned in, gangster cops targeted
WESTERN BUREAU: One of St. James' four most wanted men was turned in to police last night after Commissioner Lucius Thomas yesterday announced a $1 million bounty for their capture. He is Peter Johnson, otherwise called 'Ravers' of Red Dirt...

Ten-point strategic plan for crime reduction in St James

Coming out of a meeting between Minister of National Security Dr. Peter Phillips and members of the Police High Command yesterday, the following initiatives for crime reduction in the Second.


Businessman wants MoBay Walk of Fame

WESTERN BUREAU: Stakeholders are being urged to enhance the heritage tourism offerings in Montego Bay, St. James to tap into the market of 'freelance tourists' who visit the resort town. Noting that freelance tourists, visitors who like to travel...


Prime Minister guest speaker at PAJ awards

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller will deliver the keynote address at the Press Association of Jamaica Annual Journalism Awards and Dinner to be held on Friday, December 8. The event will culminate activities for an extended Journalism Week ...


UK welcomes High Commissioner Whiteman

The recent confirmation of Burchell Whiteman as the new Jamaican High Commissioner to London was welcomed yesterday by one diaspora group from the United Kingdom.


Fallen trees threaten Swift River bridge

Port Antonio, Portland: As Portlanders struggle to recover from last Friday's torrential rainfall and flooding, more devastation could occur as a Bailey bridge at the Swift River community in west Portland is now under threat...


Cops lauded for anti-harassment drive

WESTERN BUREAU: Police action along the 'Hip Strip' in Montego Bay, St. James, has led to a significant reduction in visitor harassment in the second city, tourism stakeholders say. Speaking at a press conference at the Old Fort Craft Market...


Two per cent increase in income expected after airport expansion

The expansion of the Norman Manley Inter-national Airport (NMIA) in Kingston is expected to yield at least a two per cent increase in income per annum when completed, according to...




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