Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | March 1, 2009
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West Portland up for grabs - Political parties launch campaigns
Even before Friday's ruling by the Court of Appeal, the Opposition People's National Party (PNP) had rushed into West Portland to set up camp as it took aim at the West Portland seat.

Single dad making terrific memories
WESTERN BUREAU: His face is a popular one in Montego Bay. Some may know him as 'Terry' the photographer, or the young man who once jammed at Market Street corner selling gospel CDs.

RJR to restructure group's operation
FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES brought on by the nagging global economic downturn have led the board of the RJR Communications Group to instruct its management to carry out a restructuring exercise.Gary Allen, managing director of the...

Seven shot, three fatally
WESTERN BUREAU:LIKE COWBOYS of the 'wild, wild West', gunmen carrying nine-millimetre weapons sprayed patrons at a party on Perry Street, downtown Montego Bay, yesterday morning, leaving three dead and three nursing...

Show and tell - Beat the odds with a career portfolio
As you plan your job search and your career path, you also need a means of analysing and planning the best way forward and identifying your own personal career development requirements.Well, the best way to keep...

The week that was: Feb 22-28
Health Minister, Ruddy Spencer, last year ignored a warning by a task force he set up to review the island's regional health authorities (RHAs) by pressing ahead with the abolition of user fees in hospitals and health centres.The task...

Mountain View reaps peace rewards
ON HALF-TERM break form school, children who live in the environs of the often-volatile Mountain View community, St Andrew, are having fun. In an open field along the busy thoroughfare, teenage boys are enjoying a late evening football game on Friday.

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