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Statement By Senator Sandrea Falconer Minister Without Portfolio (With Responsibility For Information) Office Of The Prime Minister In Observance Of The International Day Of The Girl Child On October 11

Jamaica is pleased to join the global reflection and re-commitment to creating a world where our girls can live free of violence and achieve their full potential. Today, we mark another observance of the International Day of the Girl Child mindful of the fact that violence ...

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October 11th, 2014

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NCU Alumni Homecoming 2014 Now Underway

NCU Alumni Homecoming 2014:  This is your special invitation to the 2014 Homecoming Reunion, some of the Highlights of the weekend are listed below.  A copy of the schedule of activities, the flyers for the Golf and Banquet and the Registration Form are attached.​ ​​Please ...

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October 11th, 2014

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Colombian Tribe Members Killed by Lightning; Spiritual Beliefs of the Kogi Tribe

Eleven members of the Kogi, a remote indigenous tribe along Colombia’s Caribbean coast were been killed after a lightning bolt struck a thatch-roofed hut where they were gathered on Monday October 7. Military officials said on Monday that another 15 members of the Wiwa

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October 11th, 2014

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Former President of the Senate in Jamaica, Syringa Marshall Burnett is Dead

Syringa Marshall Burnett has died. Mrs. Marshall Burnett, a nurse by profession, pioneered several advancements in Nursing Education and in the practical aspects of health care delivery systems over many years. A former president of the Nurses Association of Jamaica, she was

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October 11th, 2014

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