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Monthly Archives: October 2019

Legal marijuana industry struggling

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — The weed is expensive, the selection is limited, the black market persists, and licensed stores are scarce.

Victoria Jubilee Hospital does it again

OPERATING on a patient who is right in front of you is one thing, but operating on a patient you cannot see with the naked eye or actually handle with your hands is nothing short of phenomenal.

Police list 9 men as wanted in St Andrew South

ST ANDREW, Jamaica — The St Andrew South Police Division has listed nine men as wanted in connection with murders and shootings in the division.

Gov’t exploring feasibility of building an airport in Mandeville 

Transport and Mining Minister, Robert Montague, says the Government is exploring the feasibility of building an airport in Mandeville, Manchester, to meet aviation needs on the island’s south coast.


DISGRACED principal of Jamaica College, Ruel Reid, should be removed immediately as head of the management of the all-boys institution, graduates of the school have stated.

Cuban/Jamaicans offer hope

Scores of Cubans with Jamaican heritage have applied for their Jamaican citizenship and could provide a pool of highly-trained personnel to provide temporary solutions to several shortages in the island’s labour force.