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With upwards of 310 murders committed in St James alone since the start of the year, the police say they are confident that an eight-point plan to rid the tourist capital of wanton criminality and indiscipline will be successful. The plan was...

The Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) says it has again been left disappointed after the government failed to present it with an improved wage offer. The JTA met with finance ministry officials in a rescheduled meeting yesterday. But Head...

Guyana’s Opposition legislators were left upset yesterday after the Speaker of Parliament, Dr Barton Scotland, suspended the sitting because an opposition legislator refused to leave the chamber. Bishop Juan Edghill, who is a member of...
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