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Last updated: 2014-10-24 12:56:15

Traffic changes for Botany Bay Sunday
The NWA says the roadway will be reduced to single lane traffic this Sunday between 9 a.m and 5 p.m to facilitate pipe laying across the roadway.

Man linked to second bog walk attack under police guard in hospital
The police say they have taken a man into custody in connection with Wednesday’s attack on another man in the Gibraltar district in Bog Walk, St Catherine.

Strong police presence on Windward Road, angry residents protesting
The police are now maintaining a strong presence on Windward Road in the vicinity of Oliver Road in east Kingston as angry residents protest against the arrest of two men in the community ...

Police deploy counselling team to Kingston 2 community
The Police say they have deployed a team comprising personnel from the Chaplaincy Branch, Community Safety and Security Branch and the Victim Support Unit to the Kingston 2 community

UTech union to update members on industrial action plans
Members of the University of Technology Academic Staff Union (UTASU) are to be updated today on the decisions taken at a meeting of the institution’s governing body yesterday.

Four arrested, firearm seized after Rockfort shootings
The police say the four men are being questioned by investigators. Last night eight people were shot, three fatally, on St. John’s Road, Kingston 2.

UPDATE: Doctor tests positive for Ebola in New York
The doctor, who returned from Guinea more than a week ago and was monitoring his own health, was rushed by ambulance to Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital, after reporting he had a 103-degree fever.

Doctor who visited Ebola-stricken country hospitalised in New York
The doctor has been taken to the Bellevue Hospital and has been undergoing tests. Test results are expected within 12 hours.

PHOTOS: Elderly driver pinned in overturned truck for 45 minutes
It is reported that three people were aboard the six-wheel truck when it overturned while the driver was attempting to maneuver a corner.

St Elizabeth woman allegedly stabs 'matey', remanded
A St Elizabeth woman accused of stabbing a woman she believed was involved with her common-law husband was yesterday remanded into custody after she appeared in court.

Long and painstaking - PM on recovery of Jamaica's economy
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has re-iterated that the recovery of the Jamaican economy is a long and painstaking one.

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