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Jamaican Cop battling cancer vows to serve until his last breath

Crime-fighting cancer survivor, Sergeant Richard Morgan of the Denham Town Police Station, has thrown himself into his job in an effort to outrun the dark spectre of the ‘Big C’. Since 2013, he has been shot and injured twice in the line of duty, has completed several rounds of radiation …

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She was our star – March Pen crash victim was first in family to attend university

Usually it would take Abigale Rowe approximately five minutes to walk from the bus stop in Spanish Town to her home along March Pen Road, St Catherine. So when she told her mother, Carol Thompson, that she had just got out of a vehicle, the expectant mom sat waiting to …

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Popular Jamaican Comedian Paul O Beale AKA Mass Big Pants is dead

Playwright Paul O. Beale died late Friday of what is suspected to be a heart attack.  Reports from close friends and family are that the popular playwright collapsed while at his home and was rushed to the University Hospital where he was pronounced dead. “We left rehearsal a bit early because one of …

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‘Mi Wi Kill Yuh In Yah’… Pembroke Hall Teacher Under Probe After Threatening Student

The administration at the Pembroke Hall High School in St Andrew has launched a high-level probe into an incident in which a teacher threatened a child with violence yesterday. The incident was captured on video and is being circulated through social media. “Mi wi kill you in yah bwoy,” the teacher …

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Teacher Perishes In St Elizabeth Crash – Frome Technical And Maroon Town Mourn

Frome Technical High School in Westmoreland and the Maroon Town community of St James were both plunged into mourning on Tuesday following the tragic death of a teacher in a St Elizabeth automobile crash. Dead is 32-year-old Wyarth Vaughn Wilkins, of Vaughansfield district, who was employed at Frome Technical High as an auto mechanic and industrial arts teacher. Wilkins’ …

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Ministry reiterates it will cover funeral costs for Clan Carthy student

The education ministry yesterday reiterated that it will cover funeral costs of Clan Carthy Primary student Benjamin Bair who died in a freak accident at the school late last month. “The ministry has asked the family for invoices from the funeral home with which they have made plans so that …

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Trench Town hero donates to dead boy’s mom

SINCE he first came into the spotlight in 2017 for having risked his own life to save a youngster from the raging flood waters in a gully, Tremayne Brown has been focused on making an even greater impact in his community and the wider Jamaica. The 26-year-old resurfaced on the …

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Social-media sensation Ivany released from hospital

Internet sensation Ivany Wright has been released from the Kingston Public Hospital  (KPH) after she was shot and injured along Waterloo Road in St Andrew on Thursday night. The 21-year-old was reportedly on her way to purchase food with a friend when a car drove up and one of the …

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Student beaten says she saw death, wants to leave Jamaica

The traumatized fifth form student of Charlemont High School in St Catherine who was beaten near the school last week Thursday afternoon, November 7, said she wants to flee the violence in her homeland to join her mother and elder sister in the United States. She stated that, after being …

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Family mourns brutal killing of vendor, mother of three

THE brutal killing of 42-year-old Denise Lindsey, a vendor of an East Street address in Kingston, has left her three children and common-law husband in mourning. According to a report from the Corporate Communications Unit of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Lindsey was walking along East Queen Street last week Monday …

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