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Jamaica Observer:- KINGSTON, Jamaica — Minister of Education Karl Samuda says the ministry will be reviewing its Grooming Policy of 2018. Speaking on Nationwide News Network yesterday, Samuda said the policy will be subject to close scrutiny before it is brought to Cabinet. His announcement came on the day the Supreme Court released its written judgement […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — It took 13 years and at least 94 court appearances before 10 judges and four prosecutors before a murder case against Lynford Allen was tossed for lack of evidence. It’s a situation Justice Minister Delroy Chuck admits should not have happened. Allen, who describes himself as a country boy who came to […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Even with the news that the novel coronavirus claimed the lives of two senior citizens on the weekend, senior citizen Eletia ‘Miss Dottie’ Kelly is prepared to ignore stay-at-home orders, which require people aged 75 and over to leave their house only for the essentials of life. ‘Miss Dottie’, a party animal, […]

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Jamaica Observer:– KINGSTON, Jamaica — Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he has noted with concern the developments surrounding the case of a seven-year-old girl who was barred from attending a primary school in St Catherine because of her dreadlocks. “While we await the written judgement to determine the basis of the ruling issued by our Supreme […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) — “Me talk to him. If you cyah hear you must feel.” These were the words of 39-year old Shodia Blair, the mother of Fabian Fuller, 18, one of the six men shot and killed during a police-military operation in Buzzrock, Effortville, Clarendon, last Saturday. According to police reports, about 11:45 p.m., members […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Marcia Edwards of Crooked River, Clarendon, has a sense of regret that she never pressed her husband, Earl, not to take that final trek to the United States to work at Gebbers Farms. Mrs Edwards got the crushing news on Friday, July 31, that her husband collapsed in the bathroom while he […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Six reputed members of what the police call “a very big and dangerous” criminal network were killed in an alleged fierce fight with the security forces shortly after midnight Saturday, disrupting the Bushman Gang’s reign of terror in central Jamaica. An intelligence-based operation led the soldiers and the police to the bushy, […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — “Really?” That was the reaction from the seven-year-old Kensington Primary School student after learning that her constitutional rights were not breached when the school refused her access because of her dreadlocks, two years ago. The ruling was handed down in the Supreme Court on Friday, and while the written judgment has not […]

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — The Caribbean motor-racing fraternity has been plunged into mourning following the sudden death of popular motor-racing photographer Michael Samuels, more well known as ‘Mikey Spice.’ The 45-year-old Jamaican was reportedly gunned down on Wednesday night at his 1564 Tiril Way, Cumberland Blvd, Cumberland, St. Catherine home. According to reports, Samuels was […]

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CHAIRMAN of the Police Officers’ Association (POA) Senior Superintendent (SSP) Wayne Cameron is angry about recent comments made by attorney-at-law Isat Buchanan in which he labelled police officers as “uneducated with five CXC subjects”. The comments were made on a recent broadcast of Radio Jamaica‘s evening current affairs show Beyond the Headlines, which explored the issue of […]

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