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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Wednesday | November 7, 2007

Day 15 - Analyst says swabs did not match
DNA SAMPLES taken from the Pakistan cricket party did not match items taken from the hotel room of their coach, Bob Woolmer, a local forensic analyst said yesterday. Sharon Brydson, who is employed to the Government Forensic Science Laboratory, said swabs were taken from 22 members...

No more rain but mould, mildew remain

Many Jamaicans are seeing green, in their pockets, on their shoes and even on the walls. After days of continuous rain, green, white and brown spots of mould and mildew have taken over surfaces in many homes. "The suitcase looked worse than everything else," said Neisha Sutherland ...

Construction workers seek HEART certification

Some 500 uncertified construction workers have enrolled with the Human Employment And Resource Training Agency (HEART Trust/NTA) in an attempt to be certified in their skilled areas. The institution has accredited the surge in enrolment to a call made by the institution...

Felice brings whistle to Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF)

KINGSTON: A Whistle-blower policy and receiving support from Jamaican communities are among the objectives of newly appointed head of the Anti Corruption Branch of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Justin Felice...

'We could have helped'

In hindsight, Juliet Richardson, the sister of Michael Waldron, the husband of Nurse Carol Waldron, believes she could have prevented Nurse Waldron from killing herself and their children. In an interview with The Gleaner yesterday, Mrs. Richardson, who resides in the United States..





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