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Paulwell to make major bauxite announcement Monday
In an advisory today, the Mining Ministry says portfolio minister Phillip Paulwell is to provide an update of major developments in the bauxite/alumina industry on Monday.

INDECOM exhumes body of man in death squad probe
In a statement this afternoon, an INDECOM spokesperson said the body of Seydane Nelson was exhumed from the Denbigh Cemetery in May Pen between Tuesday and Wednesday.

Senior Superintendent Assan Thompson loses corruption appeal
Senior Superintendent of police Assan Thompson has lost his appeal against his conviction for breaching the Corruption Prevention Act.

Gospel singer Barbara Jones is dead
“She had to cancel everything, the chik-V worsened her condition and she was hospitalised for two weeks,” husband Hector Lewis said.

Cops mourn after colleague dies in crash
Inspector of Police Andrea Johnson, who was the officer in charge of the Sandy Bay Police Station in Hanover, was killed this morning when the SUV she was driving plunged into the ravine which runs along the Long Hill main road in St James.

Jamaica passes sixth quarterly IMF review
Minister of Finance Dr Peter Phillips made the announcement a short while ago while addressing a group of business persons and sector leaders at a luncheon in honor of ...

Probe into hacking of government websites complete
Junior Minister in the Technology Ministry, Julian Robinson, says a probe into recent hacking of government websites is complete but a report is not expected until next week.

JUTC ends 'Pay for Other' option, claims abuse of feature
The Jamaica Urban Transit Company says it will no longer allow customers to use their Smarter Cards to pay concessionary fares for other passengers.

Alleged job scammer for court today
A woman accused of swindling money from a number of individuals, by claiming that she could obtain jobs on their behalf, is to return to court today.

Flood-hit St Mary to get assistance from Works Ministry
Junior minister in the Transport and Works Ministry, Richard Azan, says most of the funds in his ministry will be diverted to tackling flood-affected districts in St Mary.

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