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New radar to improve monitoring capabilities of Met office

The monitoring capabilities of the Meteorological Service of Jamaica will be vastly improved by the supply of a new S-Band Doppler Weather Radar. Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Daryl Vaz, says it was…

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Electronic case management system for juvenile centres come September

The government will roll out an electronic case management system for the island’s juvenile correctional facilities in September. Correctional staff will begin training of the system this Friday. The Department of Correctional Services has…

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Lasco, Pfizer assessment of damages hearing set for February next year

The hearing into the assessment of damages payable by international drug company, Pfizer, to Jamaican company, Lasco Distributors Limited, in their long-running court battle, has been set for February 17, 2020. The hearing is to take place over…

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‘Loved him from the first time I saw him’

As Jamaicans said goodbye to former Prime Minister Edward Seaga on Sunday, among those braving the scorching heat to pay their final respects was 70-year-old Elizabeth Edwards. “I came to attend Uncle Seaga’s funeral. I love him from the first…

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‘Loved him from the first time I saw him’

As Jamaicans said goodbye to former Prime Minister Edward Seaga on Sunday, among those braving the scorching heat to pay their final respects was 70-year-old Elizabeth Edwards. “I came to attend Uncle Seaga’s funeral. I love him from the first…

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‘Loved him from the first time I saw him’

As Jamaicans said goodbye to former Prime Minister Edward Seaga on Sunday, among those braving the scorching heat to pay their final respects was 70-year-old Elizabeth Edwards. “I came to attend Uncle Seaga’s funeral. I love him from the first…

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‘Loved him from the first time I saw him’

As Jamaicans said goodbye to former Prime Minister Edward Seaga on Sunday, among those braving the scorching heat to pay their final respects was 70-year-old Elizabeth Edwards. “I came to attend Uncle Seaga’s funeral. I love him from the first…

Read More »

‘Loved him from the first time I saw him’

As Jamaicans said goodbye to former Prime Minister Edward Seaga on Sunday, among those braving the scorching heat to pay their final respects was 70-year-old Elizabeth Edwards. “I came to attend Uncle Seaga’s funeral. I love him from the first…

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