Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Saturday | January 5, 2013
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Warrants aplenty
THE POLICE Traffic Division has revealed that it now has more than 60,000 arrest warrants for persons with outstanding traffic tickets.

Search on for possible jury misconduct in Buju's trial
ONE OF Buju Banton's trial attorneys has alleged that the actions of Terri Wright led to fellow jurors changing their minds and returned guilty verdicts for the Jamaican reggae superstar.

PM speaks on her government's first year in office
ONE YEAR after she was sworn in as prime minister for the second time, Portia Simpson Miller will address the nation in a national broadcast on Sunday.

THE NEXT 50 YEARS - Moving towards greater road safety
Jamaica continues to celebrate 50 years of Independence. We have achieved a lot. However, there is much work left to be done if we are to progress as a country. We must begin to tackle Jamaica's chronic problems in a targeted and sustained way, to make this country a better place to live, work and grow families. The Next 50 Years, a special Gleaner series, will spotlight some of the challenges we must fix in the coming years.

St Ann eyes productive 2013
ST ANN should see improvement in several areas for 2013 if pronouncements by various sector leaders in the parish are anything to go by. Days into the new year, several of these persons have stated their priorities for the parish this year.

Overseas Maroons screen film this weekend
THE COUNCIL of Overseas Maroons, in association with Action 4 Reel Flimworks, will screen Roy T. Anderson's ground-breaking film, Akwantu: The Journey in the community centre at Accompong Town, St Elizabeth today. There is no admission fee.


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