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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Sunday | May 8, 2005

GLEANER EDITORS' FORUM: THE CHURCH ON CRIME
'No alternatives for these youth'

Recently, several pastors from churches in volatile communities were hosted at the Gleaner's Editors' Forum. Today we present excerpts from the sitting.

Tired and frustrated
THE EDITOR, Sir: I am tired and frustrated of reading the newspaper and all you can see is crime and more crime. What the country needs now is to get a hold of God. If the political leaders, police force and the churches and others in authority don't...


SELF-RELIANT JAMAICAN COMMUNITIES
Maroon enterprises

Among the most controversial programmes of the Michael Manley Government of the 1970s were the Pioneer (Production) Corps and Community Enterprise Organisations (CEOs), ...


35 Haitian refugees leave
Thirty-five Haitian refugees, some of whom were denied political asylum, opted for voluntary repatriation and departed the island on Friday from the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay...















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