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Jamaica Observer:– More than 10 kilogrammes, or roughly 22 pounds of legal cannabis, were recently exported to Canada by licensed Jamaican cannabis company, Global Canna Labs. Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw made the disclosure at a CanEx Investment Summit at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Downtown Toronto, Canada, last Thursday. Under […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) – A gift from God’ is how ‘Blacktooth’, a taxi driver who plies the Waltham Park route, described finding a bag in his car with $100,000. Blacktooth told THE STAR that he is no stranger to finding bags, etc. in his car, but this is the first time he won’t be making any ...

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Jamaica Gleaner:–  A 34-year-old woman who reported a bizarre toilet birth has denied allegations that she tried to kill the newborn. Gaysharine Whyte, of New Road in Yallahs, St Thomas, claims to have been unaware that she was pregnant and has protested her innocence. Whyte alleges to have passed out what appeared to be a […]

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – The Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture, and Fisheries is reminding consumers and traders that the ban on imported Romaine lettuce, which was imposed in November 2018, is still in effect and has not been lifted. Therefore, no Romaine lettuce is currently being imported into the island but other varieties and locally grown ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) —  United States Ambassador to Jamaica, Donald Tapia and Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett, along with a raft of officials welcomed the commencement of daily nonstop American Airlines service between New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport and Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport today. American Airlines flight # 1349 arrived at 10:40 am with ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) —  Jamaican males have been urged to reject subcultural norms that define manhood by promiscuity, mass paternity, and crudeness. State minister in the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Alando Terrelonge, says locals should condemn notions that men must be victims of societal pressures such as beliefs that “you must deh pon ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) —  Jamaican Leroy Headley, who has been wanted in the United States for the April 2018 murder of the mother of his two children, has been added to the US Marshals Service most wanted men list. The agency says Headley, 38, who has been dubbed a modern-day ‘cassanova’, is now on its 15 ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Hundreds converged on a packed the St Paul’s Cathedral in London this morning to witness history as the beloved and widely admired Jamaican priest, Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin, was ordained as Bishop of Dover. The beautiful and tear-jerking ordination, which lasted just under two hours, started with a stately procession of dozens of ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) —   There has been a sharp reduction in road deaths since the start of the second half of the year, official figures have revealed. A total of 230 persons were killed on Jamaica’s roadways between January 1 and the end of June, the latest report published by the Road Safety Unit in the ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) —   Traumatised by reports of brutal killings and assaults, several Jamaicans not connected to victims of these crimes have been showing up for counselling at the Victim Services Division (VSD) after experiencing severe anxiety and sleepless nights. These individuals, mostly women, are referred to as tertiary victims and have been utilising the division’s ...

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