Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | September 30, 2014
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Chik-V haven - Seaview among areas hardest hit by virus
Violet Thompson was concerned but not particularly worried upon realising her baby grandson had a slight fever yesterday morning.

Church to flock Parliament for sex talk
Christians from across Jamaica are once again being mobilised in a fight against what has been characterised as the sexual immorality bedevilling society.

Bissy remedy for chik-V - even for dog
Residents of Seaview Gardens who claim that in excess of 90 per cent of the population has been affected by the chikungunya...

Clean-up pressure builds on cash-strapped NSWMA
The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) says it will cost the agency at least $5 billion to deal with the problem of...

JUTC challenge gets green light
A group of public passenger operators have been given the green light by the Supreme Court to challenge the constitutionality of the...

More news in brief - Don't take minor ailments to Bustamante - SERHA
The South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA) yesterday urged parents with children who have non-urgent illnesses to seek health care at the nearest primary-care facility for treatment.

Cougars pounce on schoolboys - Older women rushing into sexual flings with teen footballers
It was just an ordinary afternoon of football for teenager Andrew Browna couple years ago, when he was told that a grown woman would like to speak with him, shortly after a game.

Trailerload o' girls! - Star baller fathered two kids while playing Manning Cup
Schoolboy football gave Marcelino Blackburn fame and accolades during his high-school years at Charlie Smith. It also gave him...

JUST on track for positive changes
CANADIAN HIGH Commissioner to Jamaica Robert Ready has asserted that a high-level meeting with Justice Minister Mark...

Governmentt must address job creation - Tufton
WESTERN BUREAU: DR CHRISTOPHER Tufton, executive director of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CAPRI), has said...

Be mindful of high-risk clients - Bunting
SECURITY MINISTER Peter Bunting has urged white collar professionals to be mindful of high risk clients who may engage them...

Governor General could be cut out of pension process
DEPUTY FINANCIAL secretary with responsibility for human resource management, Wayne Jones, has said there is a need for an...


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