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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, March 17, 2018
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INDECOM clipped - Appeal Court rules body has no power to arrest cops

The Appeal Court yesterday slapped a restraining order on the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM), telling it in a decision that it has no power to investigate, arrest, and prosecute cops.INDECOM has maintained that under Section 20...

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Multimillion-dollar boost for school-feeding programme

Restaurants of Jamaica has provided $4.5 million to further boost the operations of the Government's national school-feeding programme, which will supply an additional 1,500 meals for students.The funds will facilitate the provision of meals for the...

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We're not pulling out! - UWI FC dismiss RSPL quitting rumours

Director of Sports at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Dorothy Hudson-Gayle, has dispelled rumours that its football team, UWI FC, will not participate in next season's Red Stripe Premier League."I don't know where that information is coming...

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Grange moves to secure Byron Lee's legacy

With Jamaica Carnival pulling out of this year's road march due to a lack of support, Olivia 'Babsy' Grange, the minister of culture, gender, entertainment and Sport, said she is taking steps to ensure that Byron Lee's name remains alive."I have...

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Editorial | The case for Port Royal
Port Royal, with a unique and fascinating story to share with the rest of the world, has never lived up to its true potential.Indeed, the people of Port Royal have heard repeatedly from the mouths of officials why their community's rich history...

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Letter of the Day | JTA unreasonable in wage standoff
THE EDITOR, Sir:A sickness, which apparently has not been medically diagnosed, has befallen some public school teachers. Conveniently, it occurred following the breakdown of wage negotiations between the Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) and the...

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