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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Sunday | April 2, 2006

Inmate looks to Jamaican Government for assistance
A JAMAICAN MAN facing death by lethal injection for killing a cop in Florida is turning to the Jamaican Government in a desperate bid to save his life.

RM goes head to head with Judicial Services Commission
A RETIRED Resident Magistrate is engaged in a legal battle with the Judicial Services Commission of which Chief Justice Lensley Wolfe is chairman.


Ralph Gonsalves visits Mona High
THE PRIME Minister of St. Vincent and The Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves, made a special visit to Mona High School on Thursday, March 30. He was in the island to attend the swearing-in of Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller.


Investing in Jamaica's human resources
IN AN economy such as Jamaica's, which is largely service based, it is people, not machinery, that are your most important factors for determining productivity.


Land Titles Office in turmoil
IN THREE years, yet another Registrar of Titles has been summarily dismissed from that office. The Jamaican Bar Association regards the circumstances leading to the latest termination as inimical to the interest of the public and the legal...


The bomb and non-proliferation (Pt II)
THE HARDEST step in building the bomb lies in acquiring the core material. For uranium, the 235 U form, that occurs to the extent of only 0.7 per cent in natural uranium, must be enriched to 'weapons grade' in a complex large scale process.


JCF graduates get new mandate
THE JAMAICA Constabulary Force (JCF) has beefed up its management capability with the graduation on Friday of 27 members from the first Junior Command Programme for 2006.




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