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Lawrence gets another injunction blocking the JLP from replacing him
Lawrence was granted a 28-day ex parte injunction, barring the JLP from convening any meeting in the North West St Ann constituency without his involvement.

Move quickly to secure Cuba trade ties, says Hyman
Financial analyst, Ralston Hyman, says Jamaica should send a trade delegation to Cuba to begin aggressive efforts to benefit from the normalisation of United States and Cuban ties.

Commish calls for more respect for J'cans from police in 2015
Police Commissioner, Dr Carl Williams, says for 2015, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) must redouble its efforts to demonstrate respect for the human rights of all Jamaicans.

JPS working to apply delayed early payment incentives
The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) says it is now in the process of applying the early payment incentive of $250 to the accounts of 60,000 customers.

Security guard shot in robbery outside Sagicor Bank, MoBay
A security guard was shot and injured outside the Sagicor Bank in Fairfield, Montego Bay, by three armed robbers shortly before midday today.

Christmas shoppers rush for deals
Stores and streets across Jamaica's main towns are flooding with consumers, out to get gifts and do their last minute shopping just three days away from Christmas.

St James businessman wins appeal against negligence conviction
St James businessman, Cheddi Creighton, has been freed by the Court of Appeal for a breach of the Firearms Act.

Alpart Alumina Plant to reopen December 2016, Paulwell makes announcement
The plant, which is operated by Russian company, UC Rusal, has been closed for the last five years reportedly due to the low market price for the product and high production costs.

Four killed in traffic accidents yesterday, Hare makes appeal to motorists
Director of the Road Safety Unit Kenute Hare is again appealing to motorists to obey the road code as they make their way across the island during the holiday period.

Government looks into wide scale bamboo planting
The Government is looking into the feasibility of using mined-out bauxite lands for the wide-scale planting of bamboo, and the growing of edible bamboo shots.

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