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A policeman was shot and killed in Manchester last night (December 18). He has been identified as 34 year old Constable Orville Preddie attached to the Asia police station in the parish. The shooting occurred about 10:...
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The Kingston Central Police will be reviewing video footage as part of their investigations into a break-in at Gordon House in Downtown Kingston.The parliament building was broken into, sometime...
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Petroleum marketing companies have given the assurance that they intend to pass on the full reduction of the weekly refinery billing price adjustments quoted by Petrojam, to their retailers.Eleven...
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State Minister in the Transport and Works Ministry, Richard Azan, says a full assessment of the damage to four parishes due to heavy rainfall, over the past week, is to be completed by next Monday....
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The Dallas Mavericks have taken a huge step towards winning the NBA title for a second time by acquiring the services of four-time All-Star guard Rajon Rondo from the Boston Celtics.Rondo, who...
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Jamaica will end the year as the 75th ranked team in the world according to Thursday's release of the FIFA/Coca Cola Ratings which saw the Reggae Boyz dropping four places from last month's position....
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Jamaica’s Senior Sunshine girls have been drawn in Pool B’ alongside England Scotland and Samoa at the 2015 Netball World Cup in Sydney Australia next year.The world number four ranked sunshine girls...
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A man was shot dead while two others escaped during a police/military operation in Kitson Town St Catherine yesterdayHis identity has not yet been ascertained.Police say a joint team went into Kitson...
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