Weekly Round-up: Tesha Miller found guilty… Waterford triple murder… Reggae Girlz coach quits

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Weekly Round-up: Tesha Miller found guilty… Waterford triple murder… Reggae Girlz coach quits

Saturday, December 07, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Tesha Miller was on Tuesday found guilty of being an accessory before and after the fact in relation to the June 2008 killing of then Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) Chairman, Douglas Chambers.

Meanwhile, a 74-year-old woman, her daughter and grandson were gunned down on Monday in their home, prompting the police to impose a curfew in the area.

And, Reggae Girlz head coach Hue Menzies on Tuesday announced that he will be stepping down as head coach of the women's national senior team following a prolonged dispute with the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) over unpaid wages and reimbursements.

Watch as OBSERVER ONLINE wraps this week for you.

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Jamaica sends legal shipment of cannabis to Canada

CLA licensees trade $84m in cannabis since May

Gov't looks to partners to up country's cyber defence

Babsy acts against noise

Integrity Commission to probe divestment of White Marl complex


PNP caretaker calls for urgent help for victims of May Pen Market fire

Despair and relief at May Pen Market

Labour Ministry to provide cash grants to fire-affected May Pen vendors

'Three generations dead'

Curfew imposed in Waterford, St Catherine

Entertainer Sikka Rymes shot and injured

Gangsters die in crash after killing man in St Ann

After three years in prison, man killed one hour after release

Uncertain future

Departing Reggae Girlz head coach urges JFF to do more for Women's football

Khadija Shaw among top 100 female footballers for 2019

'You're killing athletics'

Clovis Toon

US$3.1 billion in tourism earnings to date — Bartlett

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