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J'cans languishing in US lock-ups
SCORES OF Jamaicans awaiting deportation from the United States, some of whom have committed no criminal offences, are reportedly languishing in county lock-ups across America because of neglect and bureaucratic delays by Jamaican authorities.

Two to serve life sentence for murder
TWO MEN have been sentenced to life imprisonment for killing a man two years ago and throwing the body into a septic pit at the back of a club in Waltham Park, Kingston 11.

Soldiers, cops at hearing loss risk
THE TERM "hard of hearing" brings back memories of stubborn children being scolded or images of a grandmother who answers every comment with a request for the speaker to repeat. But that term may soon be used to refer to a significant portion of the...

Mail service delayed - Two weeks after terrorist attacks on US

MAIL POSTED to Jamaica from the United States since September 11 is still not coming into the island, two weeks after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, says Post Master General (PMG) Dr. Blossom O'Meally Nelson.

Seaga blames PNP for tourism fall-out
MAY PEN, Clarendon: OPPOSITION LEADER Edward Seaga has placed some of the blame for the fall-out in the tourism industry at the feet of the ruling People's National Party administration.

Trelawny residents stage peaceful protest
WESTERN BUREAU: SEVERAL MEMBERS of the Southern Trelawny Citizens for Progress staged a peaceful demonstration in Ulster Spring on Monday, protesting against the absence of a resident doctor in the area.

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