Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | November 15, 2012
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JN to the rescue - Hosts meeting for persons affected by Hurricane Sandy
PORT MARIA, St Mary:SCORES OF residents who were affected by the passage of Hurricane Sandy on Sunday voiced their concerns at a community meeting put on by the Jamaica...

Woman's Club extends a helping hand
DESPITE FINANCIAL difficulties, The Woman's Club continues to stand by its motto 'not for ourselves alone' by supporting various charities.The club recently stayed true to its mandate and held an international lunch to raise funds for several charities...

The Church must be a voice of hope - Archbishop
WESTERN BUREAU: JOHN HOLDER, the archbishop of the West Indies, is appealing to the church community to make a difference even as violence and social decay increase and family values are seemingly less important than in former years....

More Jamaicans using Web to contact Crime Stop
MORE MEMBERS of the public are using the Internet to report criminal activity to Crime Stop. Chairman of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica's (PSOJ) National Security Committee Peter John Thwaites...


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