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Monthly Archives: November 2021

PM should respect separation of powers principle — lawyer

Prominent attorney Bert Samuels has rapped Prime Minister Andrew Holness for suggesting that he would personally want the death penalty to be applied to anyone found in possession of an illegal firearm.

3.3 percent COVID-positivity rate locally; 27 new cases, one death  

Jamaica’s COVID-19 positivity rate again plunged below the global benchmark of five per cent, with a 3.3 per cent rate being reported for Monday.

‘A so di badness go,’ alleged gangster told cop when cautioned 

A police detective on Tuesday testified that when he cautioned one of the alleged members of the One Don faction of the Clansman gang, he uttered the words, “A so di badness go.”

Shaun-Neil Walker: Battling stage five kidney failure while diabetic 

Forty-three-year-old Shaun-Neil Walker has been living with Type 1 diabetes for the past 28 years.

Two females die from COVID on Wednesday; 56 new cases reported

Jamaica recorded 56 new COVID-19 cases over 24 hours up to Wednesday afternoon.

3 white men found guilty of the murder of black jogger Ahmaud Arbery in US

WASHINGTON, United States (AFP) — Three white men were found guilty of murder yesterday for shooting dead an African American man after chasing him in their pickup trucks, following a racially-charged trial in the southern US state of Georgia., pub-0506098242811370, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0