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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Wednesday | March 3, 2004

Local education, international funding
MILLIONS OF dollars are being pumped into local educational programmes by international funding agencies, which, if successful, should help to transform the sector, representatives of several lending agencies said yesterday.

PM unveils new security system at port
PRIME MINISTER P.J. Patterson yesterday commissioned five new hi-tech mobile container inspection systems at the Kingston Container Terminal, Kingston...


Whose jail? Whose prison?
SOME YEARS ago I had a conversation with a four-year-old that has stayed with me. We were discussing the behaviour of his younger friend whose father had been murdered.


JCF, Toronto cops to expand agreement
AS GOVERNMENT continues to look overseas for international assistance to tackle the country's crime problem...


Nurses, docs finally receive overdue pay
THE MINISTRY of Health on Monday paid over outstanding monies owed to the island's nurses and doctors for salaries and allowances that had been partially paid last week.













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