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Former PNP MP for North Trelawny, Wendell ‘Bull Bull’ Stewart has died

Former North Trelawny Member of Parliament (MP), Wendell ‘Bull Bull’ Stewart, died at his home in the parish capital, Falmouth, on Sunday morning. Stewart, who was an amputee, had been ailing for some time. He was the People National Party’s (PNP) parliamentary representative between 1997 and October 2002. He died …

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Bust-up at Bustamante – PNP councillor, doctor clash, locking down A&E for hours

A clash between People’s National Party Councillor Kari Douglas and a medical doctor at the Bustamante Hospital for Children exploded into an expletive-laden tirade and near-brawl, triggering a shutdown of the Accident and Emergency (A&E) unit for two hours. Dr Judith Francis Bogle declined to give details of the confrontation …

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PNP Mourns Loss Of Wendell “Bull Bull” Stewart

The People’s National Party (PNP) is, today, mourning the passing of former Member of Parliament for Trelawny North, Comrade Wendell “Bull Bull” Stewart,  who transitioned early this morning at home.   Comrade Stewart was a true servant of the people who dedicated his life to advocating for social and political changes to …

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PNP Communication Director Facing Multi-million Dollar Lawsuit Threat From Daryl Vaz Over Smear Message

PNP Communication Director, Colin Campbell, is facing the threat of a multi-million dollar defamation suit from Cabinet Minister and West Portland Member of Parliament, the Jamaica Labour Party’s, Daryl Vaz. The threat of litigation facing Campbell has arisen from a piece of written communication that was recently distributed via  PNP …

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Paulwell Says PNP Taking Steps To Win Next General Elections

PNP Campaign Director, Phillip Paulwell, says he’s confident the party is taking the necessary steps which will result in it winning the next General Elections. Mr. Paulwell’s United States visa was recently revoked. That decision has led to calls within the PNP for him to step down as the man …

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Danny Spencer, PNP Activist Is Dead At 71

Well-known St. Elizabeth-based PNP activist, Danny Spencer, has died. He died Wednesday night after battling illness for several years. He was 71. Spencer is the father of former North East St. Elizabeth MP, Kern Spencer and PNP candidate for South East St. Elizabeth, Dwain Spencer. Several comrades took to social …

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Paulwell Confidence, Says PNP Taking Steps To Win Next General Elections

PNP Campaign Director, Phillip Paulwell, says he’s confident the party is taking the necessary steps which will result in it winning the next General Elections. Mr. Paulwell’s United States visa was recently revoked. That decision has led to calls within the PNP for him to step down as the man …

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Political Analysts Say Developments Will Hurt PNP More Than JLP

Home Politics US Visa Recovactions: Political Analysts Say Developments Will Hurt PNP More Than JLP Politics By Dennis BrooksNov 04, 2019, 23:12 pm 58 Political Commentator, Kevin O’Brien Chang says the revocation of the US Visas of two prominent local politicians will hurt the Opposition PNP more than the governing …

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Crawford Yet To Get Invite To Represent PNP In SE St. Catherine

PNP Vice President, Damion Crawford, says he’s not received an offer from the party to be its candidate in South East St. Catherine. The constituency is currently represented in the House of Representatives by the PNP’s Colin Fagan. Word has been circulating in the PNP that some sections of the …

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Morgan Blasts PNP for “Hypocritical Posture” On Corruption

Government Senator, Robert Morgan, is attacking the Opposition for what he says is its hypocritical posture on the issue of corruption. Senator Morgan says he’s convinced that the people of Jamaica will take note of various pieces of anti-corruption legislation passed by the government. Senator Morgan is accusing the PNP …

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