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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Sunday | March 5, 2006

'A travesty of justice in Bog Walk' - Man paralysed after alleged shoot-out with police
Life for Noel Reid can never be the same again.

Police detain 32 in east Kingston
ON THE heels of citizens' calls for help in curbing the recent upsurge of violence in sections of east Kingston, a joint police-military operation was carried out before dawn yesterday morning.


Experts to assist CCCL with faulty cement investigation
TWO CONCRETE experts will arrive on the island tomorrow to assist The Caribbean Cement Company Limited (CCCL) with an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the release of a batch of 500 tonnes of faulty Carib Cement into the market.


Let cool heads prevail
THE HON. Portia Simpson Miller is to be congratulated on her election as president of the People's National Party (PNP) and as Prime Minister-designate of Jamaica. She and her team fought for this victory and won it.


HEALTHY DIET improves productivity
WASHINGTON (Reuters) : THAT FAST-FOOD burger, monster takeaway sandwich or bag of nutritional nothing you got from the vending machine at work does more than make you sluggish after lunch.


Portia joins ranks of female world leaders
IF PRIME Minister-designate Portia Simpson Miller wants a model in beating the men at their own game, then she may study the example of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.


UK appoints assets forfeiture official
We're looking to deprive criminals of their ill-gotten gains and if you take the cash out of crime, you're preventing the commission of further crime."


No CSME without the CCJ
CARIBBEAN ECONOMIC integration may be in a more precarious state than we realise. This is partly due to the failure of some Caribbean governments to acknowledge advice from various legal and political commentators.

















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