Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | November 19, 2012
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Strip parliamentarians of executive power
Parliament last Tuesday held its second joint sitting in two months to hail a leader considered to be a key architect in the creation of modern Jamaica. As it was with former Prime Minister Edward Seaga two months ago, Parliament had nothing but good...

Mobile Mammography Unit desperately in need!
Eleven years ago, The Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS) launched a mobile mammography programme called 'A Drive to Breast Care'. Its aim was to take breast cancer-screening facilities to communities in geographic and economic isolation...

French ambassador donates to Muriton Boys' Home
MANCHIONEAL, Portland: French Ambassador Ginette de Matha, has responded to the plight of the Muriton Boys' Home in Manchioneal, which was ravaged during the passage of Hurricane Sandy last month....

Asthma: leaving you breathless
In the United States, one of the most popular medications that children take is for the treatment of asthma. Obviously, it is a very important health issue that needs our attention...

Are you ready for Market at the Lawn?
Sundays in Jamaica tend to be quiet, but things have come alive in St Andrew, thanks to Market at The Lawn, a seasonal, open-air market held at Devon House. It rivals that of the downtown craft market, but in addition to art-and-craft items...


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