Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Friday | November 30, 2012
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'We have been effective' - Anti-corruption arm says cloud of silence is deliberate
WESTERN BUREAU: ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER of Police Carl Williams has said despite the perceived silence of the five-month-old Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Task Force (MOCA), it has been effective and will be cracking down...

Medina Primary looks forward to modern facilities
MEDINA, Manchester:FOR THE children at Medina Primary in Northwest Manchester, all they will get for Christmas is a promise they hope will materialise early in the New Year, modern bathrooms.Last Thursday, local Ministry...

'Science drives economies' - Astrophysicist urges Jamaicans to develop a culture of the discipline
ASTROPHYSICIST AND and science communicator, Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson, is challenging Jamaicans to develop a culture of science as it will help move the country forward."Science drives...

Mandeville opens ammunition and firearm dealership
MANDEVILLE, Manchester: MANDEVILLE HAS opened its doors for the first time to an official firearm and ammunition dealership. This kind of trade has been traditionally limited to key establishments in Kingston...

Sav court building needs urgent attention
ESTERN BUREAU: THE CORNWALL Bar Association (CBA) is calling on Justice Minister Mark Golding to have the building housing the Savanna-la-Mar Resident Magistrate's Court at Great George Street reconfigured....

Fresh start for Sanjeev - Seven-year-old begins primary school after tumour treatment
SANJEEV JOHNS is looking forward to brighter days as he will finally start primary school in January next year after he recently completed radiation therapy last month for neuroblastoma, a malignant tumour that usually occurs in childhood....


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