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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Wednesday | November 12, 2003

NO PAY HIKE! - Salaries Committee wants accountability income for MPs
THE OLIVER Clarke-chaired Parliamentary Salaries Review Committee has recommended that there should be no increase in the current base pay for Members of Parliament.

Overseas textbook printer wants $11 million more
VON HOFFMANN Corporation, the overseas company contracted to print and distribute primary level textbooks for the 2003/2004 school year, is seeking an additional $11 million from the Government for the job.


RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PARLIAMENTARY SALARIES COMMITTEE - State should fund MP offices
TERM OF REFERENCE 3 : Report on how the most recent increases compare with other areas of public sector wage and salary settlements over the past 10 years.


Nominations open for 2003 Gleaner Honour Awards
NOMINATIONS ARE now open for the 2003 Gleaner Honour Awards which recognise excellence in the society.


Five cops get bail
FIVE OF the six policemen charged for the murder of seven young men in Braeton, St. Catherine, in 2001 appeared in the Home Circuit Court yesterday and were offered bail in the sum of $2 million each with sureties.



















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