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(JAMAICA STAR) — We sometimes wonder what would cause someone to live near a cemetery, but for 69-year-old Carmen Hall from Paul Mountain in St Catherine, she is not bothered that the duppies resting at Meadowrest are her neighbours. In fact, she is so unbothered that when ghosts pass by and talk to her, she ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — A total of 948 persons have been murdered across Jamaica since the start of the year, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has told the Parliament. In addition, he says there have been 908 shootings. Holness did not give any comparative figures for the corresponding period last year, but cited the tallies as he ...
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 An undocumented Jamaican man who helped United States (US) authorities convict drug kingpin Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke is now fighting to remain in the US, according to a report in the New York Daily News. The man has been identified in court papers only as Sean B. According to court documents, Sean B was a ‘general’ […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Peter David Phillips, the 69-year-old incumbent president of the People’s National Party has fought back the challenge of Manchester Central MP Peter Murcott Bunting to retain the post. VOTE COUNT Peter Phillips: 1,427 Peter Bunting: 1,351 Some 2,289 delegates were eligible to vote and early indications are that around 96 per cent ...
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Jamaica Gleaner:–  The St Mary police made a massive ganja seizure on Friday evening after raiding premises in the Boscobel area in the parish. The lawmen recovered 289 plastic bags loaded with packages of compressed ganja, weighing over 7,000 pounds, which they say appeared ready for export. The police have put the street value of the […]

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Jamaica Observer:- WASHINGTON, United States (AFP) — A Jamaican man was detained for nearly three months in the United States after bringing in bottles of honey from the Caribbean island that customs agents mistakenly believed to be liquid methamphetamine. Leon Haughton had visited family back in Jamaica every Christmas since taking up residence in Maryland about a decade […]

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Jamaica Gleaner:- Jamaica has been named by United States President Donald Trump among major drug-transit or illicit drug-producing countries. The designation was made in Trump’s Presidential Determination on Major Drug Transit or Major Illicit Drug Producing Countries for Fiscal Year 2020 report. The document, dated August 8, was submitted as a memorandum to the Secretary of […]

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Jamaica Observer:- EXCEPT for those in the agricultural sector, most Jamaicans have no idea what Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense (Foc) Tropical Race 4 (or TR4) is, and can’t imagine its potentially devastating effects on the island’s banana and plantain crops. The Banana Board is only too aware of the far-reaching impact of the soil-borne […]

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Jamaica Observer:- A wave of agony rolled through Camille Gray when news reached her that her beloved father, Vernon, had perished at sea with colleagues who had left for Morant Cays just off the coast of St Thomas on Monday. She was not alone. Clydie Gibson had to rush her grandmother — whose blood pressure skyrocketed […]

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