Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | December 11, 2012
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Expensive and Unsafe
DESPITE calling for proposals to develop a rural school-bus system strategy and implementation plan, transport, works and housing minister, Dr Omar Davies, said there is no guarantee such a system will come on stream.

'Axeman' to get keys to the city
Western Bureau:Newly minted World Boxing Association (WBA) Featherweight boxing champion Nicholas 'Axeman' Walters is in line to receive the keys to the city of Montego Bay, following his historic win over Colombian Daulis Prescott on Saturday night in Kingston.

"I should not be living like this!"
Struggling through a really hard life since the day she was born, 28-year-old Denise Chito has a strong, determined spirit that causes her to never give up.

GOLD HUNT ON!
A NEW player is getting ready to hit the ground running in a quest to unearth, in Jamaica, an increasingly expensive metal on the international market.

Too many squatters
Rusty zinc fences, board houses constructed in a haphazard manner, limited land space and little or no sanitary conveniences paint a bleak picture of the many informal settlements dotted across Jamaica.

American Airlines pays millions to Kingston crash victims
American Airlines (AA) has reportedly paid out millions of dollars in damages to several persons who were injured when one of its aircraft crashed in Kingston almost three years ago.


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