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Four shot, two fatally in Standpipe, St Andrew

Four people were on Thursday evening shot, two fatally, in two incidents in Standpipe, Liguanea, St Andrew. According to the police, in the first incident about 7:45 p.m., gunmen pounced on a group of men near the Barbican Road entrance to Standpipe…

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Jamaica’s Acting Consul General to NY lauds the formation of Friends of Falmouth – South Florida Caribbean News

Jamaica's Acting Consul General to NY lauds the formation of Friends of Falmouth  South Florida Caribbean NewsJamaica's Acting Consul General to New York, Mrs. Lisa Bryan Smart, has lauded the creation of the newly formed organization, Friend...

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Chang promises effective traffic management system by mid-year

Minister of National Security Dr Horace Chang has indicated that the government should have a fully operational traffic ticketing system in place by the middle of the year. “I have given a commitment that by mid-year we will fix the system….

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JUTC bus route shortened due to breakaway in Above Rocks, St Catherine

The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) is advising the public that as a result of a breakaway along a section of the main road to Above Rocks, St Catherine, it will have to shorten the journey for buses which ply route 53 – Half Way…

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Drainage works across Camp Road, St Andrew to be completed this weekend

Traffic along Camp Road in St Andrew will be reduced intermittently to single lane throughout the course of this weekend, Friday, April 19 to Monday, April 22 as stormwater pipes are to be installed across the existing roadway. According to the…

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BOJ sells US$40 million to forex market

Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) is reporting that it sold a total of US$40 million over the past two days to the foreign exchange market to help ease the fall in value of the Jamaican dollar against the US dollar. The BOJ says US$20 million was sold to…

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