Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Saturday | October 25, 2014
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Trash old cases - Justice minister wants lingering legal disputes thrown out after two years
Justice Minister Mark Golding has served noticed that cases which linger for too long in the courts will be thrown out. A new law is to be put in place to allow for these cases to be trashed after two years.

EBOLA FACTS - Keep Ebola Patients Hydrated
Patients with the Ebola virus need plenty of fluids to keep hydrated, as the high fever severely dehydrates the body. Water, soup, fruit juices, coconut water and tea, especially herbal tea, are very good. Absolutely no alcohol.

More News In Brief
Private foster care in Jamaica is set to improve following an announcement by Dr Barry Davidson, director of Family Life Ministries (FLM). He stated that FLM is to start a foster care programme early next year.

New foster care programme coming
Private foster care in Jamaica is set to improve following an announcement by Dr Barry Davidson, director of Family Life Ministries (FLM). He stated that FLM is to start a foster care programme early next year.

Aviation open house excites St Mary fans
HUNDREDS OF aircraft enthusiasts from across the island gathered at the Ian Fleming International Airport in Boscobel, St Mary, over Heroes Weekend for a two-day aviation open house and family fun fair.

Santa Cruz Transportation Centre incomplete
FIVE YEARS after the construction of the Santa Cruz Transportation Centre - Number Two - and more than a month after its gazetting, taxi operators plying routes west of Santa Cruz have still not moved to the park as there is still work left to been done.

Whither historic Spanish Town?
MANY PEOPLE are afraid to go to certain sections of St Catherine's Spanish Town and its environment, night or day. This is because these areas have developed a reputation for violence and criminal activities.

Helpful cops inspire hope in police force
Money changed hands between me and two policemen assigned to the Traffic headquarters in Kingston, on the Portmore leg of Highway 2000 on Monday, National Heroes Day. It's true, but it's not what you are thinking.


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