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Cleanup Activity Carried out at Pagee Beach

Scores of young people in Port Maria, St. Mary, participated in a clean up exercise of the Pagee Beach in that town on Saturday, February 28. The clean-up, which commenced at 8:00 a.m. was spearheaded by the Pagee Youth Organisation … Continued

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Spencer Says Health Sector Must Focus on Social Justice

Minister of Health and the Environment, Rudyard Spencer, has said that the health sector’s response to the current global financial crisis, must be focused on social justice. Mr. Spencer said that health policies “must seek to help the most vulnerable … Continued

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Reggae Artistes to Promote Peace

A Concert at Jamaica College (JC), Old Hope Road, Kingston, featuring several top Jamaican reggae artistes, will highlight activities planned for Peace Day, Tuesday, March 3. And during the extended peace campaign activities, which will run into April, reggae singer … Continued

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Jamalco Stages Health Fair Feb. 26

The Public Relations and Environmental Health and Safety Departments of Jamalco, the bauxite and alumina company in Clarendon, will stage a Community Health Fair, tomorrow (February 26). The fair will take place at the Glad Tidings Church of the First … Continued

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Chief Justice Released From Hospital

Chief Justice Zaila McCalla was released from the Tony Thwaites Wing of the University Hospital of the West Indies, yesterday, after completing a series of tests. Minister of Information, Culture, Youth and Sports(MICYS), the Hon. Olivia Grange, confirmed last night … Continued

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King of Spain Wing Opens at Spanish Town Hospital

Residents of Spanish Town and surrounding communities are to benefit from the newly refurbished ‘King of Spain Wing’ at the Spanish Town Hospital in St. Catherine. His Majesty King Juan Carlos I of Spain unveiled a plaque to officially open … Continued

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Schools Blood Drive to Target Young Donors

Chief Medical Officer in the Ministry of Health and Environment, Dr. Sheila Campbell-Forrester, has said that the Schools Blood Drive Competition will be a critical component in promoting the habit of voluntary blood donation among persons aged 17 years and … Continued

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