US$738 million corruption cost - Metry Seaga demands action to cure disease eating away heart of Jamaica
Jamaica continues to pay dearly for corruption, with an estimated five per cent of the gross domestic product lost each year to the practice, amounting to millions of dollars. This is a serious indication of the failure of successive administrations...
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MAN GETS - SICK AFTER - WINNING LOTTO
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The new Super Lotto winner, A Campbell, got sick almost immediately after hearing that he had hit the jackpot in November.Interestingly, his illness can be medically explained.Dr Winston Dawes, chief executive officer of Mahogany Health...
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Health Ministry to explore new measures to reduce mosquito population
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With more cases of dengue fever surfacing in Jamaica the authorities are now looking at new...
Warning Signs of Suicide
These past few weeks have been very sad in Jamaicaâ€™s history. Weâ€™ve had 4 suicides in approximately one month. There was the 2nd form student from Wolmersâ€™ Boys school on April 25, the father of the 3 year old who killed her and days later killed himself on April 29; politician Faye Reid-Jacobs May 8; [...]
Journalism Week in Jamaica Explores Modern Media & Competition
The following excerpts are from my presentation at a lively and well-attended forum hosted by the Press Association of Jamaica in celebration of Journalism Week. The topic was â€˜Modern Media: Competition & Customer Choicesâ€™. Modern Media Means Different Things to Different People Some see modern media as new digital communication platforms like vlogs, blogs, podcasts [...]
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NHF DRUG SERV AT ST JAMES TYPE 5 HEALTH CENTRE TO BE RELOCATED
Come Monday, January 14, patients who utilise pharmacy services at the St James Type 5 Health Centre, on Creek Street, in Montego Bay, will do so in a new, more spacious Drug Serv towards the back of the property. As a result, pharmacy services will no longer be available at the adjoining building at the health centre.
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