Weekly Round-up: Petrojam takeover… Baby abducted… VCB pregnant

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Weekly Round-up: Petrojam takeover… Baby abducted… VCB pregnant

Sunday, January 13, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Government of Jamaica on Tuesday announced that it will take legislative action for ownership of the 49 per cent share in local oil refinery, Petrojam, held by Venezuela state-owned oil and natural gas company, PDV Caribe.

Meanwhile, a baby was abducted from the maternity ward at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston about 5:00 am Wednesday.

In sport, Olympic and World Championships gold medallist Veronica Campbell Brown on Tuesday announced that she is pregnant with her first child and hinted that she could hang up her spikes.

Watch as OBSERVER ONLINE recaps this week's news.

See story links below:

Jamaica to take over Venezuela's 49% stake in Petrojam

Oppostion against 'hostile takeover' of Petrojam

PM blames PNP for exposing Petrojam to fiscal risk

Parents of kidnapped baby hopeful

Education ministry intervenes in Glenmuir Prep dispute

Small farmers' ganja project to start by March — PM

Holness promises full public disclosure on Dunn's River matter

Holness says Corporate Area murders now a cause for concern

Gov't, Opposition agree to further talks on national security

Man shot dead just before SOE lifted in Denham Town

Rejoicing after alleged robber shot

Campbell Brown announces pregnancy, hints at retirement

JOA president calls for statue of Paralympian Alphanso Cunningham

Replacement of the Stadium East track remains on track — Grange

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