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Montego Bay, the capital of Saint James Parish on Jamaica’s north coast, is a major cruise ship port with numerous beach resorts and golf courses outside its commercial core. Popular beaches include Doctor’s Cave Beach and Walter Fletcher Beach, home to an amusement park. There’s also snorkelling and diving at coral reefs in the protected waters of Montego Bay Marine Park.
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News
  • Gleaner Editors’ Forum | Cardiff Model to fight crime - British professor says hospital data collection initiative very effective in identifying hotspots
  • A British professor who developed a model that uses hospital data to help prevent violent crimes is trying to convince Jamaican authorities and other stakeholder groups to embrace the initiative.The Cardiff Model was developed by Jonathan Shepherd,...
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  • Security Ministry official says only two convictions in four years under anti-gang law
  • A National Security Ministry official has told a parliamentary committee that four years after the anti-gang law took effect, only two persons have been convicted under the legislation.
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  • Youth Parliamentarians call for two term limit, mandatory retirement age
  • Members of the National Youth Parliament of Jamaica (NYPJ) have argued strongly that a system of a two-term limit for prime ministers should be implemented, while the mandatory retirement age of members of parliament and senators should be set at 75...
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  • Murder at Lannaman's Prep school gate leaves students traumatised
  • The killing of a parent in front of Lannaman's Preparatory School in St Andrew yesterday has left a school community in shock.Dead is 47-year-old businessman Ainsley Folkes, who was shot multiple times in his car at the school gate on Terrence...
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  • Mother shares agony of losing two of three triplets after premature births
  • Serika Sterling's decision to start The Preemie Foundation of Jamaica was not to add another title to her rÈsumÈ. It came from a deep place within of watching two of her triplets die from complications they developed due to premature births.In an...
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  • Gleaner Editors’ Forum | UWI confident of institutional re-accreditation
  • Campus Registrar at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, Dr Camille Bell-Hutchinson, is confident that the institution will be approved for institutional re-accreditation despite the rigorous systems and standards of the University Council...
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  • Eve for Life gets US$43,000 to work with HIV/AIDS women
  • Jamaican women living with HIV/AIDS who are uncertain where to go for assistance due to fear of being stigmatised can turn to Eve for Life.The non-governmental organisation recently received US$43,000 from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) to...
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  • ‘Chucky’ Brown Trial | Jurors told to approach eyewitness testimony with caution
  • Trial judge Justice Vivene Harris yesterday warned jurors to be cautious when considering the identification evidence given by the Crown's purported eyewitness due to the weaknesses in the case.She gave this warning as she continued her summation of...
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  • It is 'Cruz', not 'Prekeh', say cops - Much-feared gangster still on the run
  • Residents of Cambridge and Retrieve in St James are begging the security forces not to leave their community until wanted man Delano 'Prekeh' Wilmot is caught as they fear his wrath following yesterday's killing of his right-hand man in a gun battle...
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  • Holness blasts 'backward-thinking people' - PM whips up party faithfuls around controversial NIDS
  • Prime Minister Andrew Holness rebuked adversaries of the controversial National Identification System (NIDS) as he drummed up political support around the issue in West Kingston, the toughest stronghold for his Jamaica Labour Party (JLP).NIDS, which...
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  • 'More in four' - Samuda touts achievements of JLP administration
  • Ahead of its annual conference next Sunday, the Jamaica Labour Party seems to have found a new slogan: 'More in four'.Government Senator Matthew Samuda, in a fiery presentation at the Kingston High School in Central Kingston on Sunday, claimed that...
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  • Three Miles bypass to be completed in two weeks
  • The new US$1-million bypass for Three Miles in St Andrew that is being constructed to help ease traffic congestion in the Corporate Area should be completed within the next two weeks.The two-lane 1.5-kilometre roadway is part of the Government's...
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