Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | January 17, 2013
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Jamaica in severe crisis - Brown
SPANISH TOWN, St Catherine: PRESIDENT OF the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Pastor Everett Brown, has said that after 50 years of Independence, Jamaica is in a severe crisis...

CASE tutorial farm gets boost from int'l donor
THE INTER-AMERICAN Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) on Monday donated equipment valued at US$5,000 to the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) to help with the rehabilitation of its tutorial farm....

Urban MPs say their constituents overlooked for farm-work programme
TWO OPPOSITION legislators who represent constituencies in the urban areas stopped short of telling Labour Minister Derrick Kellier not to allocate them application forms for the farm-work programme, arguing that its...

Grace's Tremendous commitment to education
Describing GraceKennedy's contribution to education as "tremendous patriotism", Education Minister Ronald Thwaites says the company is "exemplary becasuse they have remained committed to the inner city and they have put down roots where they have been planted."...

KSAC mulls over vending fee increase
Vendors in Kingston and St Andrew are to see an increase in their market fees at the start of the new financial year. Kevin Taylor, head of the Commercial Services Commission at the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC), who is also councillor...


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