ST CATHERINE, Jamaica -- Ministry of Education officials will on Monday return to the school in Linstead where a group of students were sexual assaulted last Thursday.
Robert Pickersgill, St Catherine North West Member of Parliament is also expected to visit.
Officials are expected to provide counselling for students who ...more »
THE taking of medicine usually implies, if nothing else, that one is somewhat ill or maybe, slightly off kilter in terms of one's physical or mental health.
I am not making out a case that the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) is in need of primary or secondary health care, or that it is willingly walking towards the door of Ward 21. Most of what I want to put across is that although the People's National Party (PNP) Administration has eventually fashioned a Cabinet that appears as if cohesion is a possibility within its ranks, the overall leadership of the country and the inspiration that economically battered people expected from Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller have been questionable. In such a scenario, the variables on the other side of the equation, that is,...........
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Audley Shaw addressing Labourites at a meeing in Clarendon last Sunday at which he spoke of
his intention to challenge Andrew Holness for leadership of the JLP.
HOLNESS… still trying to find comfort in the chair of leadership
MANLEY… was a magician and a hypnotist from the political
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