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- JTB, TPDCo Montego Bay operations on the move Tourism and Entertainment Minister, Dr. Wykeham McNeill has announced new offices for the relocation of Jamaica Tourist Board’s (JTB) and Tourism Product Development Company Limited’s (TPDCo) Montego Bay operations. According to McNeill... Read More
- Dunga named as Brazil coach for the second time Brazil have named former player Dunga as their new coach for the second time. Dunga was the captain of Brazil's 1994 World Cup-winning team and coached the national team from 2006 to 2011. I am immensely happy to be back," said the 50-year-... Read More
- MH17 bodies leave Ukraine rebel area and reach Kharkiv As bodies from Thursday's air disaster reached a facility Tuesday in Kharkiv, Ukraine, the Ukrainian government ratcheted up its accusations against Moscow, saying a Russian officer shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. Vitaly Nayda, Ukraine... Read More
- Court starts hearing former senator's case against Holness THE Judicial Review Court yesterday started hearing arguments in the case brought by Arthur Williams over his dismissal from the Senate by Opposition Leader Andrew Holness, using resignation letter party members were made to sign in 2012 ahead of... Read More
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Constable Kirton Green, who was charged with corruptly soliciting money, was on trial with Constables Raymond Johnson and Alicia Hutchinson.
Williams is contending that Holness' use of the letter to axe him from the Upper House last year was a breach of his constitutional rights.
Chef de Mission, Major Desmon Brown additional rooms are being provided by the University of Glasgow.
The officers went on go slow yesterday to register their frustration with the protracted salary dispute with the government.
This year, the competition will be contested under a round-robin format, featuring five rounds of 50 overs-a-side matches with the team accumulating the most points being declared champions.