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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Thursday | October 4, 2007

Special convocation at UWI for Sentamu
The Mona campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) is gearing to welcome the Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, Saturday, when he will be conferred with the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws

Thursday talk- Hottest topics on the cocktail circuit

Did you hear the one about the terrible accident involving the two rural politicians? In their haste to get there before each other they both dove into the trough, only to find it empty, and hence their injuries!

HEART/NTA to certify construction workers

The Human Employment And Resource Training Agency (HEART Trust/NTA) is to begin on-site certification and remedial work on construction sites islandwide.

Way clear for East Hanover decision

A Supreme Court ruling yesterday has paved the way for the continuation of the re-examination of the magisterial recount for the Eastern Hanover constituency.

Roving with Lalah - (Barely) Surviving a Jamaican taxicab ride

I should've known that this was going to be weird. The car was missing a headlight and I could hear the engine rattling long before it came around the corner. Still, when the taxi pulled up, I was happy, especially since it was more than 15 minutes late.

Human trafficking case set for December

Jamaica's first trafficking in persons case, involving two elderly men, is now set for trial on December 10. The case was set for trial on Monday in the Home Circuit Court, but had to be put off because the investigating officer lives in New Zealand.





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