Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | October 15, 2009
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Agriculture enthusiast gets Gleaner Silver Pen
Writing about birdwatching, his favourite hobby, might not have placed John Fletcher in the spotlight, but with his letter to the editor in August, the agriculture fanatic has had the light on him, and has basked in every moment...

Policemen accused of corruption freed
Two policemen who were accused of a breach of the Corruption Prevention Act have been freed because of several discrepancies in the prosecution's case. Constables Damion Nicholson and Rohan Wheatley were freed Tuesday in the the Falmouth Resident Magistrate's Court...

PALS has quick impact on Calabar
Calabar vice-principal Canute Fagan had encountered the Peace and Love in Society (PALS) programme before it was introduced into the Red Hills Road, St Andrew school at the start of the current academic year. "There is hardly a meeting I have gone to with the other stakeholders...

From steam to modern high-tech - Train driver, Donald Sewell, tells how he stayed on track for more than four decades
DONALD SEWELL is a legend. He has driven more types of trains than most current train employees ever will. And after 48 years in the industry, his knowledge of the railway is impeccable. The 65-year-old started working on the trains when he was 17...

From Christie's desk
Contractor General Greg Christie has submitted his special report from an investigation conducted into allegations of corruption and irregularity in relation to certain Government of Jamaica bridge-building contracts.

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