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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Tuesday | May 27, 2008

Tacius Golding wins National Schools' Debate
TACIUS GOLDING was on Sunday crowned Burger King National Schools' Debate champions, following victory over Cornwall College in the finals played at Television Jamaica (TVJ) studio, St Andrew. The north St Catherine school, named in honour of the father of Prime Minister Bruce Golding...

JP appealing conviction - Claims judge erred with non-existent law

Since a Justice of the Peace (JP) was jailed in May for three months for negligence contrary to common-law, there has been controversy in the legal profession as to whether such an offence exists in criminal law. Howard Charvis, 56, Justice of the Peace and accountant of Linstead...

Improved licence collections will fund councils - Montague

Western Bureau: The Government is seeking to collect millions from trade licences, which is a requirement for all business operators, in an effort to boost revenues and improve services at the parish councils. Speaking at the Regional Local Government Consultation and Conference...

Construction worker gets reduced jail time

A man who was sentenced in 2006 to 15 years' imprisonment for murder will instead serve 10 years' imprisonment for manslaughter.He is 42-year-old construction worker Christopher Thomas of a Kingston address. The Court of Appeal last Monday upheld...

Tuesdaytalk - HOTTEST TOPICS ON THE COCKTAIL CIRCUIT

Moving on 1. For a time it looked like the politician had found her groove again. After all, she had landed one of the most eligible bachelors around town. But recent reports suggest that things have soured. It appears that too many late-night ...





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