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Massive transfers in JCF
POLICE COMMISSIONER Francis Forbes has transferred more than 100 police personnel to various divisions throughout the island in a big administrative shake-up. The list includes several senior officers. Among those transferred are 67 detectives, 17 of...

What's right with Jamaica - Another path to healing

WHATEVER IT is that promises to make patients lead a more healthy and comfortable life will be fully investigated, and promptly applied if found to be effective. At the F.H.L. (Faith, Hope and Love) Medical Centre, 20 West Kings House Road, St. Andrew...

'White flies' threaten City gardens
THE CORPORATE Area of Kingston and St. Andrew is being threatened with a flowerless spring, unless the Ministry of Agriculture can move swiftly to save gardens from the plague of so-called "white flies". Corporate Area residents in sections of Barbican,.

Millennium Generation - The 'turn-around' Town Clerk

HE HAS been in the job for just under two years but already Errol Greene, Town Clerk of the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation, has received the commendation of both Jamaica Labour Party and People's National Party...

House debates Knife Bill today
THE HOUSE of Representa-tives begins the last third of the 2000/2001 session this afternoon at Gordon House, Duke Street, central Kingston. The session, expected to be very active with several important Bills to be debated, will open with a debate on...

AIDS discrimination cases to be documented
THE NATIONAL AIDS Committee (NAC) is to begin documenting cases of discrimination against persons living with HIV/AIDS. The decision was taken at last Thursday's meeting of the NAC's legal and ethical sub-committee.














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