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Start with the Single Domestic Space for Hassle Free Travel says PM Mottley

MONTEGO BAY, July 5, 2018 -  Barbados Prime Minister  Mia Mottley is tired of the procrastination that has characterised the Caribbean Community over the years and has called for the swift implementation of the  Caricom Single Market and Economy, the flag-ship project of the community.

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  • Countries Barbados
  • Published in CARICOM

Montego Bay’s Crisis of Leadership - Will the bramble lead?

There was a time when St. James boasted of leaders who when they spoke Kingston listened. Men who were not intimidated by the powerful, nor by the urban intellectual elite. Leaders like Alan George St. Clarke Coombs, Herbert Eldemire and the ‘Dean of Cornwall’ Howard Cooke whose legacy can be seen by the monument they left behind.

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  • Countries Jamaica
  • Published in Opinion

MoBay Police impose curfew after flare up of violence

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept 23, CMC – Police imposed a 48 hour curfew on a section of St. James and appealed for calm in the north-west of the country following violent attacks that left at least five people dead over the past two days.

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  • Countries Jamaica
  • Published in Justice

MoBay's drains, choked by used condoms, cause massive flooding

MONTEGO BAY, August 10, 2016 - Large quantities of used condoms, suspected to be the result of prostitution and other sexual activities, were among garbage and other debris, which littered the mouth of the South Gully, following the recent heavy rainfall that flooded the downtown section of the city of Montego Bay.
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