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SERHA introduces measures to cut delays at Spanish Town hospital
SERHA Board Chairman, Dr Andrei Cooke, said 14 nurses have been assigned to the Accident and Emergency Department to care for patients who are waiting to be admitted to a ward...

Gas prices down $1.24 tomorrow
A litre of E10-87 gasolene is to sell for $113.55, while E10-90 is to sell for $115.20 per litre.

Clarendon taxi operators on edge
The concern comes as another taxi operator was fatally shot by unknown assailants yesterday in Rectory Land, Bucknor, May Pen.

Alleged corrupt Portmore cops get bail
Two Portmore based policemen who are charged with bribery were granted bail in the sum of $250,000 when they appeared in the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday.

Police Federation says no to another wage freeze
The Police Federation says it will not accept or be bound by any wage freeze when its current arrangement with the government ends come March 31 next year.

Jamaica to make adjustments to Ebola response protocols
Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health Dr Kevin Harvey says a lot of the protocols being used in Jamaica were developed by the Centres for Disease Control (CDC) in the United States.

UPDATE: Triple murder in St Catherine
Members of the St Catherine North Major Crime Task Force are now at the scene of a triple murder in Pineapple Lane Bog Walk, St Catherine.

Alleged 15-y-o gunman among three children shot in Heroes Day attack
Police investigators are reporting that one of the three children shot and injured in Kingston on Heroes Day is believed to have been a gunman.

Abu Bakr: Jamaicans aren't stupid
Trinidadian Radical Muslim Leader, Yasin Abu Bakr says he’s ashamed of the government for thinking that Jamaicans could be radicalised within just a matter of days.

Peart to intervene in Samuda, Jackson impasse
Speaker of the House, Michael Peart is to intervene in the impasse which has resulted in parliament’s Economy and Production Committee failing to sit for the last seven months.

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