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Monthly Archives: September 2022

Mother, two sons die in St James crash 

UNITY HALL, St James — Up to late Friday afternoon Delroy Thompson was still in disbelief following Thursday night’s bizarre accident on a stretch of the St James main road which left his mother and two of his brothers dead. A third brother, who also sustained injuries as a result of the impact of the crash, remained in hospital last night.

Cop, other male, battling for life after knife attack by female 

A policeman and another man have been admitted to the hospital in serious condition after they were stabbed by a female in Portmore, St Catherine on Saturday.

Only 3,500 doses of monkeypox vaccine made available to Ja – Tufton 

With the monkeypox vaccine being in high demand and available doses being gobbled up by wealthy countries, Jamaica is set to receive just 3,500 doses by month-end.

Trump’s seized passports could be a problem for him, legal experts say

Donald Trump has complained that FBI agents’ seizure of his passports showed that investigators ran amok as they searched his Florida resort, but new information about how and where the documents were found could spell major trouble for the former president, legal experts told NBC News.

Five things every parent should prepare for as school reopens 

The new school year is almost here and thousands of children across the region will be heading back to classes whether in person or online.

Teacher resignations climb to 248, says Williams, but… 

Education and Youth Minister Fayval Williams says 248 teachers have resigned from the public school system between July and September 1 of this year., pub-0506098242811370, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0