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  • Hotelier says Mobay now safest in years - Bartlett: Gov't action not arbitrary January 22, 2018
    As Jamaica comes to grips with the fallout caused by travel advisories and the calling of a state of public emergency in St James, the country's Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett is reassuring visitors that the island remains safe.Quoted in a...
    Janet Silvera/Senior Gleaner Writer
  • Crisis! - PSOJ boss knocks handling of crime data January 22, 2018
    President of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) Howard Mitchell has taken issue with how the police and other agencies of government catalogue and present statistics relating to crime.Mitchell, who has been pushing buttons over the...
    Romario Scott

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  • Phone call causes 'sweet' beating January 20, 2018
    A man who used a stalk of sugar cane to beat his babymother had to apologise yesterday in court.Ethan Bailey pleaded guilty in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court, however, his girlfriend begged the court not to proceed with the matter.The court...
  • Seven arrested in gas raid January 20, 2018
    A joint police/military team seized approximately 5,000 litres of petrol resulting in the arrest of seven men in Montego Bay, St James, yesterday.Reports are that at about 2 p.m., during a special operation at various locations along Bay Road and...
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