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For Annakay Hudson, the vision of Senator Delroy Williams to make Kingston "the pearl of the Antilles" is no pipe dream but a plan of action now being adopted by forward-thinking young people, none more so than herself.A resident of Heroes Circle in...

A woman seen in a video violently beating a small girl has been located by the Child Protection and Family Services Agency (CPFSA). A source at the CPFSA, formerly the Child Development Agency, told The Gleaner yesterday that the incident took place...

Local organisers of one of the biggest tourism conferences in the world are confident that the more than 800 visitors expected in Montego Bay will be safe despite the high murder rate in St James since the start of this year.Almost 300 people have...

Match 51 of this season's TVJ Junior Schools' Challenge Quiz takes place today between Constant Spring Primary and St Hugh's Preparatory, both from St Andrew. This is the third match in Round Three of the competition, and both teams will be battling...

Having already waited more than 12 years for the Government to accept liability for medical negligence which left her daughter, Tashi Turner, with the mental capacity of a baby, 36-year-old Alisha Coleman will have to wait another two weeks to find...

More than 100 complaints were lodged with the Ministry of Health in the first three months of this year as Jamaicans took up the offer to report their negative experiences in the public-health sector.According to the most recent quarterly report...

Jamaica's 2011 Rhodes Scholar, Dr David Walcott, is moving to make the island the best in neurosurgery in this region.Walcott, who has done advanced studies in immunology, a branch of biology that studies the immune system in organisms, says there...

CBU - regional broadcasting stalwart The Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) yesterday offered a tribute in memory of its 'Hall of Famer' and regional broadcastingstalwart, J.A Lester Spaulding.He was president of the CBU from 1987 to 1991. During his...

As public debate continues over the proposed National Identification System (NIDS), an international cybersecurity expert is expressing concern about the ability of the Government to protect the data it will capture from Jamaicans.Marc Asturias,...

Co-chairman of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC) Keith Duncan is calling for restraint and understanding on all sides in the present round of public-sector wage negotiations.According to Duncan, there needs to be greater ownership of...
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