Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | November 11, 2012
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'Tyred' of mosquitoes - Control project launched in St Catherine
As Portmore, St Catherine, is the largest community in the English-speaking Caribbean, it is natural that there are a lot of motor vehicles there. The Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN) put Portmore's population at 182,153, a bit over a third of St Catherine's total.

Grennell's Road Safety 5K seeks more support
Alphonso Grennell, managing director of Grennell's Driving School, is bemoaning the lack of support for his 5K event, scheduled for November 17, in which individuals are invited to "run, walk or roll for the cause".

BMWs with attitude - Innovation Club launched in Portmore
"A group of individuals who own BMW vehicles but also, as the name suggests, our cars are not normal. We have done a little bit of improvements, modifications to make them a little bit more hype or unique." This statement from vice-president Sowande McKenzie was in response to Automotives' question about the BMW Innovation Club

Right numbers, wrong vehicle - Man fined for fraudulent plates, insurance
Following the conviction of a St Catherine man on charges for use of fraudulent licence plates, the police have said that the practise is widespread and will be addressed.

Suzuki finds more room - Relocates from Orchard Rd to South Camp Rd
The automobile industry has seen many changes since the 1960s when Stewart's Auto Sales operated on Hanover Street, downtown Kingston. As the business started by Arthur Lionel Stewart evolved into the Stewart's Automotive Group it remains a family business in the truest sense.


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