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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Monday | May 14, 2007

Police sticking to story - Still waiting on more Woolmer results
The Police High Command yesterday said it was treating as speculation, reports that Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer died of heart failure. According to the police, they are maintaining their stance that Woolmer was murdered since the results of further tests are not yet available....

Esmin Jones is 'Mom of the Year'

She is kind, caring, compassionate and loyal; a biological mother of four and an adoptive mother of three. Meet Esmin Jones, the 'Mother of the Year' at Portmore Evangelistic Centre in St. Catherine. The accolades were showered on Jones during yesterday's special Mother's Day service...

Mother's Day joy goes up in smoke

WHILE MANY moms took a break from the kitchen and were treated to Sunday brunch, yesterday's Mother's Day celebrations left a bitter taste in the mouth of Bena Morris, victim of a fire which ravaged five houses, leaving her and 11 others homeless, and one man dead.

Gordon-Webley outfoxing Maxine

POLLSTER BILL Johnson believes Maxine Henry-Wilson's best chance to retain her St.Andrew South East seat in the upcoming general election is to mend fences with Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller. "They should become like Siamese twins, go into the constituency...

PNP's Stewart stays put

Michael Stewart, the People's National Party (PNP) councillor/candidate for the Newport division in Manchester, has backtracked on his decision to resign.This follows a meeting of the party's South Manchester constituency executive on Friday...

Cemetery protest at dead end -EIA clears funeral home

An environmental impact assessment draft report has cleared the operators of Delapenha's Funeral Home of alleged environmental breaches in relation to its cemetery at Burnt Ground, Hanover. Independent experts, Environ-mental Management Consultants Ltd., reviewed...

Nurses meet Government on pay today

A top-level meeting will take place today at the Ministry of Finance to discuss the latest impasse between the island's nurses and the Government. The Nurses' Association of Jamaica (NAJ) is accusing various health authorities of ignoring an agreement...

Choc'late to pray for Jamaican miracle

Tagged as one of the most murderous nations on Earth, many may think Jamaica doesn't have a prayer of changing.





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