Weekly Round-up: MoBay flooding... Ninjaman guilty... OCG urges probe into Hanna's constituency office

Sunday, November 26, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica— Dancehall deejay Ninjaman was on Monday found guilty of a murder committed eight years ago which was sparked by a domestic Gardens.

Then on Tuesday, the Office of the Contractor General recommended that a criminal investigation be launched into the constituency office of South East St Ann Member of Parliament Lisa Hanna and the St Ann Municipal Council.

And, flood waters wreaked havoc on that resort city of Montego Bay on causing major damage to buildings and vehicles.

Watch as OBSERVER ONLINE wraps this week for you.

See story links below:

Murder: Ninjaman guilty

Mom in 'merciless beating' under probe; State provides legal aid

Flooding havoc in MoBay

Muddy hell

MoBay clean-up underway

Miss Jamaica back home after placing top 10 in Miss World

OCG urges probe into Hanna, St Ann Municipal Council

G2K calls for Hanna to step aside, MOCA to investigate

PNP says OCG's report sent to its integrity commission

Nothing criminal in Hanna's actions — lawyers

OCG to provide oversight of $630-m road programme — Holness

Government announces Cockpit Country boundary

Starbucks opens in MoBay


17-year-old girl gunned down in Cambridge

Mother, daughter murdered in St James

Brutal! - Two killed as gunmen spray Hanover minibus

Child, woman shot dead in Trelawny

Bolt enlisted to make Aussie cricketers 'explosive' runners

JC, STATHS into Manning Cup final




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