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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Monday | February 13, 2006

United Church members worship in tent
THOUGH MOST of its brick structure was destroyed by a fire five days earlier, the North Street United Church still cut an imposing backdrop for pastor Reverend Pusey as he delivered his weekly sermon in the church's car park yesterday.

Three die in car crash in Jamaica
DAWKINS PEN, Clarendon: THREE MORE lives have been lost on the road after a deadly motor vehicle accident in Clarendon over the weekend. A taxi operator and two of his passengers succumbed to injuries....


'Youth dominate criminal activity'
SANTA CRUZ, St. Elizabeth: DEPUTY COMMISSIONER of Police (DCP) Jevene Bent says that police crime statistics over the past years indicate that youths, from the tender age of 12 years old, are the main perpetrators of criminal activity.


Priests' double murder still baffles lawmen
THE DOUBLE murder of two priests on the premises of the Missionaries of the Poor almost four months ago is still an unsolved mystery. In fact, the case is giving the police all they can handle. Deputy Superintendent (DSP) V.B. Austin...


Teenager drowns in Hermitage Dam
JAMAICA DEFENCE Force (JDF) coastguard divers will today resume their search for Benton Barnes who is believed to have drowned in the Her-mitage Dam in St. Andrew. Barnes, 19, reportedly went swimming in the dam Saturday afternoon...


Policeman, civilians on robbery charge remanded
THE POLICEMAN and two civilians charged with the series of robberies of returning residents appeared in the Gun Court on Friday. They have been remanded to return to court on March 31 when they will be tried.


Caribbean to cough up big bucks
THE GOVERNMENT will be spending US$80 million to host Cricket World Cup 2007, according to State Minister in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Senator Delano Franklyn.


















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