Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Saturday | February 2, 2013
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Bolt, Digicel still inseparable
"It's so heavy!" declared the good-humoured, legendary, world-record athlete, Usain Bolt, as he balanced his Gleaner Global Award with one sexy, muscular arm. "But it is very good looking, so when I'm finished making my trophy room it will definitely be prominently placed right up there."

Davies' setback - Court dismisses minister's application
JUSTICE LENNOX Campbell yesterday turned down Transport and Works Minister Dr Omar Davies' application for leave to go to the Judicial Review Court.

St Hugh's High student faces death threat
THERE WAS panic at St Hugh's High School yesterday as men allegedly threatened the life of a student. Police sources say four men in a motor car drove up beside the student and threatened to shoot her, saying they also knew where she lived.

RM Court to preside over larger civil claims
THE SIGNING of a ministerial order on January 15 by Justice Minister Mark Golding will result in many Jamaicans being redirected from the Supreme Court to the Resident Magistrate's Court for civil claims.

Brown's Town College sets up truck-driving school
BROWN'S TOWN Community College in St Ann is revolutionising educational service delivery in Jamaica, as the institution moves one step closer to opening the English-speaking Caribbean's first-ever truck-driving school following the handover of a Super B trailer on Thursday night by Ed Malysa, president and chief operations officer of Trimac Transportation, Calgary, Canada.

Saving lives - Ventilator donation brings joy to patients, hospital
According to the laws of nature, baby Khaliyah Smith was due to be born in February 2013. "She is due next month," joked her mom Karen Roberts while she held her little daughter in her arms with unbridled joy as she sat in the paediatric ward at the St Ann's Bay Regional Hospital last week Saturday.

It stinks! New Works residents plagued by odour
ANGELLA MCINTOSH yearns to enjoy a breath of fresh air from the comfort of her home in the New Works Housing Scheme on the outskirts of Linstead in north-west St Catherine.

Catholic College of Mandeville opens modern facility
BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS reaching for the horizon, rays of sunlight glistening on the trees in the distance are nurturing the environment for learning at the new campus of the Catholic College of Mandeville (CCM) in Williamsfield to the east of Mandeville.


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