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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Thursday | May 10, 2007

The Milk River crocodile hunters
This is just one of several close-encounter stories that you'll hear if you come across any of the fishermen from Milk River in Clarendon. These fishermen often double as crocodile hunters as they patrol the waters of the river in search of what many believe to be some of...

Cambridge High celebrates 30 years

Nestled in the cool hills of St James, about one kilometre west of the township of Cambridge and approximately 20 kilometres from the parish capital - Montego Bay - is a remarkable educational institution, Cambridge High School.

Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) to set up counselling unit for teachers

Ena Barclay, president-elect of the Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA), has given the commitment to establish a counselling unit in the JTA for teachers who are experiencing problems in the classroom. Mrs. Barclay said this was one of several things which she hoped to do...

Parish council removes unlicensed signs in Montego Bay

WESTERN BUREAU: Several businesses along St.James Street in Montego Bay felt the ire of the St. James Parish Council, which on Tuesday removed signs from their buildings for failure to pay advertising fees. The yearly fees, ranging from $500-$60,000 ...

Group seeks help to repatriate body of murdered Jamaican national

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): A Jamaican organisation in Antigua launched a public appeal on Tuesday for financial assistance to help repatriate the body of a murdered woman who was killed in Antigua last February. Andy McDonald, a member of the Jamaica/Antigua Association...

MultiCare art exhibition month-end

Children and clients from the MultiCare's Visual Arts Community Programmes will exhibit their work at th DaCosta Institute in Kingston Gardens at the end of May. The exhibition, to be opened on Thursday, May 31, is expected to highlight the work of young...

Invest in Jamaica's development - McKenzie

Mayor of Kingston, Desmond McKenzie, last weekend urged Jamaicans living in Boston, Massachusetts, and its environs to invest more of their savings in the country's development.The Kingston Mayor called on Jamaicans in the area to join in the process of restoring...

Jamaica National Heritage Trust celebrates Indian Arrival Day

The Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT) will be marking the 162nd anniversary of the arrival of the East Indians in Jamaica with two days of exhibition and activities at Headquarters House, 79 Duke Street, downtown Kingston, today and tomorrow.

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