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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Saturday | June 3, 2006

Equip the police, pleads Commish
WESTERN BUREAU: COMMISSONER OF Police, Lucius Thomas, says the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), has been severely hampered by a lack of resources despite making inroads in the fight against crime.

Mother, six children disarm, kill gunman
A GUNMAN was yesterday disarmed and chopped to death by a woman with the assistance of her six children when he broke into their house in Alston, Clarendon.


Not 'just ghetto kids'
BEING BORN in the inner cities should be no limit to your aspirations, was the message of a recent Career Day at the National Baptist Basic School on Greenwich Street, Trench Town, St. Andrew.


Food For the Poor ­ helping the ill
PLAGUED WITH rheumatoid arthritis for 18 years, having to cope with the challenges of a son with hearing and speech impairments, plus suffering the ravages of Hurricane Ivan which demolished her house ...


Parties seek settlement in Bahia dispute
THE PARTIES to the dispute involving the quashed environ-mental permit for the Bahia Principe Hotel under construction at Pear Tree Bottom in Runaway Bay, St. Ann, are working on a solution to resolve the issue.


Is PNP more religious than JLP?
MOST JAMAICANS are unable to determine in their minds which of the nation's two major political parties is more religious.


Five-vehicle crash leaves four injured
FOUR PERSONS including a student were injured in a motor vehicle accident following a five-vehicle collision along the Mandela Highway in St. Catherine yesterday morning.


Student in stabbing incident sentenced to juvenile centre
THE STUDENT who stabbed and seriously injured another student during lunch time at Jamaica College in November 2004 has been sent to a juvenile correctional centre.




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