|Accidents claim 10
Ten persons were killed in separate traffic accidents on the weekend, including Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) caretaker for North Western Manchester, Clinton Dietrich. This brings to at least 15, the number of persons killed in traffic collisions over the last eight days.
Booting Bartlett - Majority St. Andrew East voters want MP to go; PNP regaining ground lost in 2002 election
A MAJORITY of registered voters in St. Andrew East have said they want their sitting member of parliament (MP), Dr. St. Aubyn Bartlett, to be replaced, according to the findings of the most recent Gleaner-commissioned survey conducted by pollster Bill Johnson.
Aussies celebrate hat-trick
Australia team members hold the trophy aloft as they celebrate their victory over Sri Lanka in the World Cup cricket final in Bridgetown, yesterday.
'Dignified presentation' - Analysts give Golding high marks for Budget speech
Political pundits have given high marks to Opposition Leader Bruce Golding for his budget presentation on Thursday. They say it was dignified and sober and reflected the economic concerns the country faces at this point in time.
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ELDERLY Mr. Wong still keeps the bankbook that he was encouraged to use to deposit money that would help in his relocation from the squatter settlement of Mona Commons, opposite the University Hospital of the West Indies.
Baha under fire again - WRA, NEPA threaten to take action against hotel for more breaches
The Water Resources Authority (WRA) is proposing that enforcement action be taken against the Baha Prncipe Hotel yet again. This time around, the hotel is coming under fire for breaches of sewage permits it was granted by the water authority and the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA).
Inefficient record-keeping system
Today we conclude a special six-part series on the state of justice in Jamaica. The series is written by one of the country's most experienced senior court journalists, Barbara Gayle. We welcome your feedback. Send it to: email@example.com or fax: 922-6223.
Paediatric dialysis centre crucial urges medical professor
Professor of medicine and Nephrology, Everard Barton, wants a facility set up for paediatric dialysis, which is crucial in caring for one of the society's most vulnerable groups."