Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Saturday | April 21, 2012
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Positive impact
WESTERN BUREAU:The Flanker Peace and Justice Centre in Montego Bay, St James, has been positively impacting lives in the inner city community since it was established in 2002 by the Dispute Resolution Foundation, through funding from the Canadian International Development Agency.

Mother of 7-y-o appeals for help
WESTERN BUREAU:A mother is desperate to get help for her seven-year-old son, who has been showing signs of behavioural problems since he was shot by gunmen four years ago.

'Image of Jamaica' opens at Tryall Club
SANDY BAY, Hanover:The Tryall Club will play host to the opening reception on April 23 for 'An Image of Jamaica 1891' exhibition, which features photographs by Valentine & Sons of Dundee, Scotland, and wooden sculptures by Clifford...

On the Scene
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Rich tributes paid to Lucille Daley
ORANGE HILL, Westmoreland:Scores of mourners, headed by Tourism and Entertainment Minister Dr Wykeham McNeill and mayor of Savanna-la-Mar Bertel Moore, crammed into the Wesleyan Holiness Church, Orange Hill, Westmoreland, last Saturday to pay respects to Lucille Lydia Daley.

Sav bishops of Holiness Born Again Church consecrated
WESTERN BUREAU:Barclays Street in Savanna-la-Mar was the venue for the consecration service for two bishops of the Holiness Born Again Church (HBAC) on April 14.The new bishops - Dr Evan O.

Rotary, Hi-Lo partner to donate books to schools in Westmoreland
SAVANNA-LA-MAR, Westmoreland:The Rotary Club of Savanna-la-Mar through a donation from Hi-Lo Food Stores handed over books to 26 schools in Westmoreland as part of an outreach programme.

Pictorial
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Former JCDC festival queen leads by example
WESTERN BUREAU:Katrina Grant, Miss Jamaica Festival Queen 2008, has proven that she is as ambitious and philanthropic as she is beautiful.

Circumcision surprises
Circumcision is an old practice that has been getting some new attention.

Murder accused to return to court next month
WESTERN BUREAU:Barrington Bucknor of St James, accused of killing another man during a tenancy dispute, is scheduled to return to court in May as the prosecution's case file is still incomplete.

Nursing school student fined for smoking ganja


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