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Dei Rasi Freckleton, founder, Youth For Change - Crime in and of itself is very difficult to be eradicated, but it can be controlled, and so I'd love to see a holistic approach where the entire community and all the stakeholders are brought in,...

If Senior Superintendent Vendolyn Cameron-Powell has her way, Clarendon will soon be the ideal place to live and raise a family.At a special Gleaner Editors' Forum on Thursday at the Versalles Hotel in the parish, Powell stressed her determination...

Although Clarendon was ranked the fourth highest of the 19 police divisions with crime, recording 132 murders last year, a greater percentage of the felonies were recorded in structured communities and in the capital, rather than in the...

The Construction Project Management Course at Jamaica College (JC) is well underway, providing 14 select fifth and sixth form students with the 'ins and outs' of construction project management.Dr Claire Sutherland, senior director, international...

Describing the ongoing sex scandal rocking the church as a "Red Sea" experience, members of the Covenant Moravian Church in St Andrew, while acknowledging that mistakes were made, vowed to remain strong in their faith.Leading the church in a time of...

Barton Clarke, executive director of the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI), has taken issue with the integrity of some of agricultural inputs provided by international donor agencies - specifically planting material....

Dr. Carl Bruce, medical chief of staff and consultant neurosurgeon at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI), noted that there was a spike in the number of trauma cases the hospital received during the holidays. These included spinal cord...

Sometime after 7 p.m. on Saturday, Neville Scott, a 50-year-old labourer of Longwood District in Exeter, Clarendon, was shot and killed while walking home. According to police reports, upon reaching about 100 metres from his house, residents heard...

A voodoo shrine along with several documents were uncovered on a premises in Rose Heights, Montego Bay in St James during an operation by the Lottery Scam Task Force. The occupants, a Jamaican man and his wife, who is a Haitian national, were both...

Officials of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) are to meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon with the mother of a three-year-old child who died while undergoing treatment at the May Pen hospital on January 6. Reports are that the child...
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