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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Sunday | December 16, 2007

Plans to improve hospitals coming
Minister of Health and Environment Rudyard Spencer says the Government is moving ahead with plans to improve hospitals across the island in time for the abolition of user fees in April 2008.

New Coadjutor Archbishop of Kingston presented

The Most Rev. Donald James Reece was officially presented as Coadjutor Archbishop of Kingston during a ceremony at the Holy Trinity Cathedral, downtown Kingston, last Wednesday.

Home ownership stimulates development, says Governor-General

According to Governor-General Sir Kenneth Hall, a building society plays an important role in building a national framework for development because of the positive impact of home ownership on different spheres of society.

THE 2007 CXC RESULTS - What will the new administration do about education?

When the CXC overall pass rates are disaggregated, it becomes immediately clear that the crucial problem with the Jamaican education system is in the non-traditional secondary school segment.

Tame-Durrleman - exploring the unique Jamaican creole

Dionne RoseStaff ReporterThe Jamaican dialect has not only taken on international recognition, but continues to be academically explored.One recent study was conducted by a child of the soil who defended her Ph.D.

Churches urged to pray for male population

Churches across the island are being urged to pray for the success of a national conference to reclaim Jamaica's male population.





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