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Concerns are being raised in the education sector about few or no alternatives to bulla cakes and other high-sugar products following their withdrawal from public schools.Education Minister Ruel Reid, while addressing the 54th Jamaica Teachers'...

There were tense moments for passengers of a Coaster bus along Industrial Terrace in Kingston yesterday, as members of the security forces operating under the state of public emergency discovered two gym bags, one knapsack and one 'scandal' bag full...

Nearly $100 million in cash, including $68 million taken from two suspected South African 'money mules', was turned over to the Government's coffers in the first five months of the current fiscal year.During the same period, the Financial...

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has vowed that the Government will use every legal tool at its disposal to erode the capacity of criminals to spread mayhem across the island.Addressing a hastily called press conference at Jamaica House yesterday to...

The leadership of the security forces has sought to allay fears that motorists in the Corporate Area, already dealing with traffic snarls because of three sets of major roadwork, could face further delays today with check points erected in...

- Clubs and fast food restaurants: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. - Bars and other places that need a tavern licence: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. - Gas stations: 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. - Supermarkets, grocery stores, wholesales: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. - Pharmacies: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.-...

The state of emergency (SOE) in sections of the Corporate Area, which was declared yesterday morning by Prime Minister Andrew Holness, has already turned out results as the security forces have removed three firearms from the possession of criminals...

Western Bureau:Residents of Rosemount, St James, were left bewildered yesterday morning when they woke up to the shocking news of the murder of a mother and her daughter and the subsequent suicide by the woman's common-law husband, who killed...

WESTERN BUREAU:As violence against the island's children rises to increasingly disturbing levels, National Security Minister Dr Horace Chang says the brutality that is beginning to emerge is particularly worrying.At least 35 children have been...

The Gleaner's Children's Own Spelling Bee celebrates 60 years, and to kick off this milestone, the competition starts today in St Thomas at the Morant Bay Parish Church Hall at noon.The competitions, to be held in each parish, culminate on Friday,...
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