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Jury fails to reach verdict in triple murder trial
The 12-member jury deliberated for three hours and 25 minutes before informing the court that it could not reach a decision.

Buy local for November's eat Jamaican month
The ministry says among the activities to be held to celebrate Eat Jamaican Month are: islandwide supermarket promotions, an Eat Jamaican Expo and a Jamaica Agricultural Society-sponsored contest

Health ministry to reach out to airlines on Ebola preparedness plans
Ferguson says the ministry hopes to get airlines to use their in-flight television channel to disseminate information on Ebola and what passengers can expect on arrival at the airports.

Hughes disappointed with PJ Patterson libel award... ponders next move
he suit stemmed from the radio stationís coverage of the arrival of a plane carrying Patterson and executives at telecommunications company Digicel at the Norman Manley International Airport ...

Forum Beach occupants say they are now out in the cold
However, the communications manager at the UDC, Tyrell Morgan, says the corporation has alternative facilities for the vendors and that they were involved in the planning process.

INDECOM says DPP fumbled in 'Kentucky Kid' case
INDECOM has submitted a special report to Parliament outlining concerns about how the case was handled. It is of the view that eyewitness evidence is not superior to other evidence...

'I wasn't allowed to see my child', says Chino after Yendi's court action
"Everyone definitely knows I am an extremely private person so I had hoped that in the interest of the child the matter would have been handled with sensitivity," he said.

IN HIS OWN WORDS: Junior Minister justifies $1m cellphone bill
The junior foreign minister Arnaldo Brown has released a statement seeking to justify his $1 million cellphone bill over an 11-month period.

Junior Foreign Affairs Minister defends million-dollar cellphone bill
In a statement released through the governing Peopleís National Party Secretariat, Brown conceded that the bills were very high but he blamed what he said was the high cost of roaming for voice ...

Nationwide and Hughes ordered to pay PJ Patterson $12m
Nationwide News Network and its Chief Executive Officer Cliff Hughes have been ordered to pay former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson $12 million arising from a defamation suit against them.

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