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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Thursday | May 31, 2007

McCalla new Chief Justice of Jamaica
Court of Appeal Judge Zaila McCalla has created history in being the first woman to be appointed Chief Justice of Jamaica. The appointment takes effect on June 27, as Chief Justice Lensley Wolfe is retiring on June 26. A press release which was issued yesterday ...

Regina presses on in Scripps Spelling Bee

Jamaica's 2007 Gleaner Children's Own Spelling Bee champion, Regina Bish, has advanced to today's semi-final round of the Scripps Spelling Bee. Regina started the competition yesterday with 285 other spellers in the 80th edition of the contest...

Police target traffic offenders

The non-availability of a data bank to store vital information is impacting on the efforts of the police to apprehend over 70,000 motorists with outstanding traffic tickets."We believe that some of these motorists are people whose licences should have been suspended ...

The gift of prophecy - Instruments of righteousness

The World and the Church, the unsaved and the saved, have more questions than answers, but the Almighty, all powerful sovereign Father, the author and finisher of our faith, has all answers and He is the answer. "By him were all things created, that are in heaven and in earth...

The hottest topics on the cocktail circuit

1. The new CEO is not prepared to carry on with business as usual with his dad's pals. The talk is that many of the dad's friends have been spent forces for some time, but because of years of friendship, they have kept their high-end jobs and perks.

Swashbuckling glass thrower

Keira Knightley likes to smash glasses when she is angry.The Pirates of the Caribbean star says having a glass-throwing tantrum calms her down when she is upset.Keira believes she inherited her raging temper from her father, actor Will Knightley.

The nose - A woman's instinct

The wife had her suspicions about the helper. She just couldn't put her finger on it - maybe it had something to do with the way her husband eyed the helper's every move, or the furtive glances that passed between them. Whatever it was, the wife knew there was clear and present danger.

Gunmen strike in flooded St James

WESTERN BUREAU: As heavy rains lashed in St. James yesterday, causing chaos across downtown Montego Bay, gunmen went on the rampage and murdered two young men in the troubled Norwood community. Up to press time, the St. James police were unable to provide details on the murders....

'Gleaner' vendor killed in Montego Bay double murder

Western Bureau: A Gleaner vendor was one of two men shot and killed in Montego Bay on Tuesday night when unknown assailants opened fire on the car in which they were travelling towards the vendor's home in Rose Heights. Dead are 44-year-old Gleaner vendor...

'Abby-Gail was a star'

From her smile to her extra-curricular achievements everyone, including her classmates, at Greater Portmore Primary School had good words to say about 10-year-old Abby-Gail Lugg, who was mowed down by a minibus on Tuesday morning. Like on previous occasions...

'Police exploiting police'

Western Bureau: Chairman of the Jamaica Police Federation, Cpl. Raymond Wilson, is urging Police Commissioner Lucius Thomas to rid the force of corrupt gazetted officers, and is demanding an immediate implementation of a 40-hour work week for the rank and file members...

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