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Knowing what to do after a Car Crash is important – JAA

With close to 300 fatal motor vehicle crashes since the start of 2014, more motorists are having the unfortunate experience of dealing with a collision, which can result in serious injuries, loss of life and property. However, while the experience … Continue reading

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Police Begin Mapping Crime

Police in the St Andrew Central Division are pioneering the use of a new crime mapping system to improve their responsiveness to issues arising in the community. Officers at the Half-Way-Tree headquarters of the Division in St. Andrew will apply … Continue reading

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JNBS Employee Wins House in Staff Savings Competition

Oretta Carter, a Member Service Representative at the Ocho Rios Branch of the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) won the Grand Prize of a new house in the JN Group Staff Savings Dream promotion, at the Grand Prize Draw, which … Continue reading

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St. Andrew Custos Commends KC Chapel Choir

Not even a heavy downpour of rain could daunt the high spirits of guest and the golden voices of the members of the Kingston College Chapel Choir, as the boys performed at the launch of their CD, “Sing de Chorus,” … Continue reading

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Jamaica urged to Adopt UN Standards for Motor Vehicles

Earl Jarrett, Chairman of the Jamaica Automobile Association (JAA) has proposed that Jamaica adopt the United Nations (UN) Standards for Motor Vehicles, which include vehicle safety, environmental protection, energy efficiency and theft-resistance as basic standards. He made the proposal in … Continue reading

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Why Not Start Your Own Business?

St. Jago High School is planning to win Champs next year. Some students say they are so confident of victory that they have formed a company to produce victory bracelets. Dannalee Hammond, who handles finances for SIVA, the St. Jago … Continue reading

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Port Maria Primary Making Better Best

They are only between the ages of six and 12; however, the children of Port Maria Primary in St. Mary, seem a conscious little bunch. There is excitement everywhere, and it seems clear why, as one walks around the school … Continue reading

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Failure to Prepare Wills Impacting Negatively on Justice Administration

Emile Spence, Consultant at the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS), says the failure of many Jamaicans to plan for their estate is impacting negatively on the justice system. Speaking at a seminar on Estate Planning organised by JNBS for contributors … Continue reading

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Credit Reporting Act and SIPP Registry will Benefit Jamaica

The Credit Reporting Act and the Security Interest in Personal Properties Registry will benefit micro, small and medium enterprises and contribute to the country’s goal of economic growth, Earl Samuels, Assistant General Manager, Group Finance and Mortgage Operations at the … Continue reading

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Pan Chicken Competition Entrant Advises Micro Entrepreneurs… “To Have Faith”

Rodney Bent, Pan Chicken Championship Finalist for 2013, last Wednesday encouraged his fellow micro entrepreneurs to “have faith,” and not give up on their dreams of becoming successful business people.  He was addressing a seminar at the St. Andrew Parish … Continue reading

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