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Hooker seeks Rasta husband
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Berry sees many men every night, sometimes up to 15 different males. But the 38-year-old prostitute is still looking for that special man who will capture her heart. But not just any man, Berry wants a Rasta man. “Mi like a Rasta man, something bout...
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Governor General signs act to repeal and replace the Road Traffic Act
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After several lengthy delays, the Act to Repeal and Replace the Road Traffic Act, has been signed by...
Three ways the Caribbean can strengthen financing for private companies
by Therese Turner-Jones Growing up in The Bahamas, I remember my grandmother’s asue. There weren’t any banks where she lived on the island of Inagua, and even if there had been, it wasn’t customary for women to frequent them. To adapt, women (and sometimes men) formed their own informal savings groups, known as asues. As her […]
Learning about Jamaica’s Forests by Hiking the Blue Mountains
by Anaitée Mills Panoramic view of the Blue & John Crow Mountains, Jamaica. Xaymaca is the Taino name for Jamaica which translates into “land of wood and water” but how much wood and how much water does Jamaica have today? The Forestry Department figured out a way to teach enthusiastic hikers about the state of […]
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Legal Aid Council Representation Helps to Free Mentally ill Man
Following representation from the Legal Aid Council, 52 year old Leslie Spaulding from Bath St. Thomas was freed in the St. Thomas Parish Court, Morant Bay on January 29, after he appeared before Parish Judge Mrs. Feona Feare-Gregory.
Mr. Spaulding was charged for Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm in 1995, but was deemed unfit to plead and was subsequently remanded.
Family members made contact with the Legal Aid Council last November and on December 5, 2018 an Application to Relist was filed in the Parish Court on behalf of Mr. Spaulding, who had been in custody for 23 years.
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