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All You Need To Know About Jamaica

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    Tip Thursday is here. If you have an email address, chances are you have been a target of email scammers and cybercrime. Maybe you have even been a victim. Email scams are varied and will come in many forms. From Business


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    Criminalising Online Bullying Gets Committee’s OK. A Joint-Select Committee considering reforms to the Cybercrimes Act has accepted a recommendation for the criminalising of acts such as cyber threat and bullying… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com Ja Narrows Trade Deficit. Jamaica says it has


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    Cripple Cyber Threat – Expert Urges Gov’t To Move Beyond Passing Legislation. An international cybercrimes expert here to help the country outsmart cybercriminals by way of preventative strikes is urging the Jamaican Government to launch a campaign to sensitise not just


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    Extortion War: Cops Fortify Special Unit, Eye New Tactics To Cripple Criminals. At least a dozen police personnel are being summoned to an anti-extortion unit within the Organised Crime Investigation Division (OCID), which yesterday reported that the criminal practice is burgeoning


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    The year is 2015. It is the year of Skype, Twitter, Google Glass and Windows Operating systems consisting of various platforms. A mouse is no longer something you need to ‘deal wid’ with a cat or a trap. Seemingly everywhere you


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    One of the top stories in today’s edition of The Gleaner involves a bit of cyber tit-for-tat in the political sphere. On August 24 this year, Donovan Nelson, a member of the People’s National Party (PNP) and communications adviser to finance minister Dr Peter


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    Your news in a nutshell IDB bats for NIDS Replace Wheatley or shut it down – PNP to Holness JCC endorses Ja Survey of Establishments Dress police fired Copa, Go Jamaica team up Byles urges better paying jobs for J’cans in emerging sectors 1. IDB bats for NIDS Luis Alberto Moreno, president of the Inter-American […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Sleeveless ban in tact in Charles’ house J’can peppers wanted in Canada Weir, Minzie quit Racers Track Club Jamaican Teas is HAACP certified Ja to host CARICOM seminar Possible mass Venezuelan migration to Ja? 1. Sleeveless ban in tact in Charles’ house Speaker of the House, Pearnel Charles Sr, has […]

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    Your news in a nutshell NIF, NIS to be combined SOE pushing murder down, tourism up Man rescued after 7 days’ drifting asea Rogue principals? NEPA shoots white-tailed deer Clarendon hunters fume over land rights 1. NIF, NIS to be combined With Cabinet approval in hand, the Ministry of Labour and Social Security disclosed on […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Scratch CSEC? Grooming rules remain! -Schools Redeveloping Heroes Circle is to your benefit -Holness PM to decide on Montague-FLA issue World mourns Aretha Franklin Alleged gangster, mom killed 1. Scratch CSEC? Education Minister Ruel Reid has made it clear that he would be making a strident push to shake up […]

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    Jamaica’s Reggae Marathon has earned an international reputation as one of the world’s most well-organised and enjoyable marathons, located in one of the world’s most well-loved and culturally unique nations. From start to finish, the Reggae Marathon Event is uniquely Jamaican. It takes place annually in Negril, and is often seen as an ideal respite […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Cop counselled after 5yo son killed with her gun Leash stray dogs! Mona murder suspects charged USF managing director out Kudos for Kofi Sargassum choking Welcome Beach 1. Cop counselled after 5yo son killed with her gun A member of the St Catherine South police was yesterday undergoing counselling following […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Outdated hospitals Wife of slain cop mourns best friend J’cans trained to provide harbour towage service Jamaican success stories of earning online Step up! -Referees PFAJ to assist RSPL referees 1. Outdated hospitals Failure to keep up-to-date with technology, coupled with poor maintenance of Jamaica’s health facilities, were among the […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Teachers, students not ready for PEP St Thomas blocked road reopens Shonaya Wray murder accused remanded BPO player rubbishes Byles claim $40m NWA road project in Trelawny JTA close to reclaiming properties 1. Teachers, students not ready for PEP Dr Garth Anderson, the newly installed president of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Venezuela earthquake a warning to Ja More than 200 jobs cut after sugar ops shutdown PEP easy to understand -Reid Bullas to be removed from schools Murders down by 18% Kids’ play pays off 1. Venezuela earthquake a warning to Ja “The earthquake is another reminder of the need for […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Banks are unjust -JMEA Tourists confused about ganja laws Text book price increase burden parents Another most wanted killed Small businesses feel the squeeze Williams catsuit banned 1. Banks are unjust! -JMEA The Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) has strongly chastised local commercial banks for maintaining high interest rates […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Emily Madison is Miss Universe Ja J’cans seek Diamond League glory in Zurich Reggae Girlz hunt win against Bermuda Fear grips Red Hills Road Easton Douglas’ large legacy Belmont rocked by double killing 1. Emily Madison is Miss Universe Ja Nineteen-year-old Emily Madison, Miss Heaven’s Fesco, is Miss Universe Jamaica […]

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    In a recent Forbes Magazine article, The Three Most Overlooked Marijuana Markets, Jamaica was listed as one of the “potentially more significant investment opportunities” From the article: “This one should be self-explanatory. Even though the U.S. put tremendous pressure on Jamaica not to “legalize it,” as Rastafarian Bob Marley said, “None of them can stop […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Davina Bennett snubbed Miss Universe Ja? Teacher shortage Brown-Burke wants help for Constant Spring market vendors Control your dogs, or we will -Shaw NCB dismisses Hughenden ATM fraud claim Women’s football programme needs help 1. Davina Bennett snubbed Miss Universe Ja? Uzuri International Limited, the local franchise holders of the […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Too many idle hands in Red Hills? Local investors urged to get into tuna Injuries halt McLeod’s run PSOJ CEO resigns St James gangster killed Feluke returns 1. Too many idle hands in Red Hills? Small businesses along Red Hills Road, St Andrew, are reeling from the negative impact the […]

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