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Monthly Archives: March 2023

Sentencing ranges for charges on which ‘Clans’ gangsters convicted

With months to go before the 15 convicted members of the Spanish Town, St Catherine-based One Don faction of the Clansman gang are sentenced, there is already much conversation about the likely prison time for each convict.

18-year-old woman missing from Saturday in Hanover 

Eighteen-year-old Tecia Hall of March Town, Green Island, Hanover has been missing since Saturday, March 25.

Belize imposes stricter travel rules for Jamaicans 

Haitians have lost their privilege to enter Belize visa-free while Jamaicans must show proof that they have paid for their lodging before they enter the country as part of new immigration protocols adopted today.

Superior goats imported to bolster local breeds 

Jamaica on Monday received the first batch of animals under the Government’s Small Ruminant Development Programme.

Trump indicted 

NEW YORK, United States (AFP) A New York grand jury on Thursday indicted Donald Trump over hush money payments made to a porn star, making him the first ever serving or former US president to face criminal charges.

Immigration draw an option for permanent residency in Canada 

The government of Ontario, the largest Canadian Province recently issued expressions of interest to 775 foreign healthcare workers, inviting them to apply for permanent residency., pub-0506098242811370, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0