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Jamaica vows to stick by economic pledges, minister says – Reuters


Jamaica vows to stick by economic pledges, minister says
Reuters
Jamaica has already passed five IMF reviews of the loan, but strict conditions such as achieving a budget surplus and freezing wages for government workers have been hard to bear for a population with a per capita income the World Bank calculates at ...
Citing reforms, IMF sees 'miracle' in JamaicaBVI Beacon

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Jamaican restaurant worker shot by customer after dispute, officials say – Orlando Sentinel


Jamaican restaurant worker shot by customer after dispute, officials say
Orlando Sentinel
A man in his 20s walked up to the order window at Leroy's Jamaican Cuisine in Pine Hills on Thursday and shot a restaurant employee after a dispute, officials said. The woman was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center with multiple gunshot wounds.

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Council seeks limit to Jamaica trash tonnage – Queens Chronicle


Queens Chronicle

Council seeks limit to Jamaica trash tonnage
Queens Chronicle
A garbage truck from the city's Department of Sanitation at one of the transfer stations that line a seven-block stretch of Douglas Avenue in Jamaica. A bill before the City Council aims to reduce tonnage there and in two other neighborhoods in ...

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From ‘rags to riches’ with attitude

HELLO MI neighbour! If you are poor and enjoying it, this might not apply to you. But if poverty is standing in your way, what I am about to share could change your fortune.

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UWI to host publishing workshop

DR JEREMY Poynting, managing editor of Peepal Tree Press, the leading publishing house of Caribbean literature, will conduct a workshop dubbed 'Preparing for Publishing', hosted by the Department of Literatures in English at the University of the West ...

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Students to become chief executive officers

SOME 10,000 grade-five and grade-six children will be given the opportunity to indulge in the process of operating a business over the next school year.

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Westmoreland, Trelawny, St James start anti-chik-V clean-up campaign

WESTERN BUREAU: WHILE THEY are yet to get the promise funding from Government, three parishes in western Jamaica have started their anti-chikungunya virus clean-up campaign, utilising the biographic indices (reports showing areas with greatest risk), w...

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Paulwell: Element of cost-sharing in tablets in school programme

MINISTER OF Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Phillip Paulwell has said parents will be required to pay for the tablets received by their children when the full roll-out of the Tablets in School Programme gets under way.

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Tips for saving time in the kitchen

If you're doing more cooking at home, make the minutes count by working smarter in the kitchen. If you feel stressed when you try to prepare a meal, having a battle plan and some frontline assistance can mean the difference between a disaster and a tri...

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