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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Tuesday | January 22, 2008

June deadline for Palisadoes improvements
Transport and Works Minister Mike Henry is optimistic that the current conditions affecting the Palisadoes road in Kingston will be improved before the start of the next hurricane season on June 1. The Palisadoes strip is the only access route to the Norman Manley International...

Jamaica: The archipelago

Ever heard of Pigeon Island, Two Bush or Gun Cay? No? But I'm sure you have heard of Lime Cay and Pedro Cays. These are all part of the Jamaican archipelago. Jamaica is not a single island as most of us think, but actually a chain of islands, rocks and cays...

Tyrone's Watch ...Molynes malaise - Rundown Sundown, Mimosa and Bay Farm among rockiest roads

WHAT'S NOT WORKING? Several arterial streets which serve as feeders on to Molynes Road, one of the major thoroughfares in Kingston's metropolis, are in shambles. Last year, Tyrone's Watch focused on Seaward Drive - a popular shortcut to evade the congestion - and its offshoots ..

Double murder accused back in court Friday

The three men charged with the murder of a couple who went to give medical supplies to a man who was injured in a motor vehicular accident are to return to the Home Circuit Court on Friday. The men - George Cooper, André Ennis and Shane Brown, all of Kingston addresses...

'Support for children woefully inadequate'

WESTERN BUREAU: Executive director of Mustard Seed Communities (MSC), Father Gregory Ramkissoon, says the Government needs to put more resources into the programmes that affect children with special cases, as thepresent allocation is "woefully inadequate...

No rest for the narcotics division in '07

Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Carlton Wilson, who heads the Narcotics Division, has said 2007 was an active year in terms of drug seizures. "In 2007, we had a very active year (with) 32,800 kilogrammes of marijuana seized, down from 37,100 kilogrammes in 2006...

Barack, best chance...African American college professor supports Obama

Award-winning author and filmmaker, M.K. Asante Jr., is throwing his support fully behind first-term senator from Illinois, 46-year-old Barack Obama in his run for presidential election in the United States. The 25-year-old college professor says race is not the issue in his choice...





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