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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Sunday | March 4, 2007

Hurting the cradle: women seducing boys
Health professionals worry tha the reported incidents of women raping young boys are few, theactual occurrence is believed to be higher and is causing long-term psychological damage to victims.

Marine police under threat

DEPRIVED OF millions of dollars because of the aggressive crackdown on activities by local law enforcement agencies, drug traffickers have resorted to threatening the lives of members of the marine police and the...

Male rape victims afraid to talk

The issue of women raping males has arisen following the recent decision by a committee of Parliament against enacting a gender-neutral definition of rape.

Ocho Rios port woefully inadequate, says MP

While careful not to get embroiled in the controversy over calls for the removal of William Tatham as the person in charge of cruise shipping, Shahine Robinson, Member of Parliament for North East St. Ann, said it was clear that the Port Authority's failure to move towards port...

Passa Passa, the authentic tourism experience

Producers of the popular dancehall brand Passa Passa have said government will need to follow their model if the concept of community tourism is to succeed.Dylan Powe, chief executive officer for the event says the internationally acclaimed street side...

Falmouth getting the cricket buzz

TRELAWNY is already experiencing the presence of visitors who have journeyed for the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup (CWC).The parish capital, Falmouth, is expected to be buzzing in a few days as the date for the tournament's...





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