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No food shortage despite drought
The Jamaica Agricultural Society says despite the worsening drought conditions Jamaica is not faced with a certain food shortage.

Four rifles, 100 rounds of ammo seized in Manchester
The Mandeville Police say they seized four rifles and more than 100 rounds of ammunition in New Green in Manchester yesterday.

Trade unionist says Gov't ignoring fundamental principles of education reform
Danny Roberts, head of the Hugh Lawson Shearer Trade Union Education Institute, says the Government continues to ignore two fundamental principles as it seeks to drive educational reform in Jamaica.

Mico graduates face accreditation problems, school begs for patience
The Mico University College is appealing for patience from dozens of its graduates who cannot benefit fully from their degrees because of a lack accreditation.

JUTC working to increase efficiency, says managing director
Managing Director of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company Collin Campbell says the JUTC has been actively working to increase its efficiency.

Jamaica's drought conditions upgraded to 'severe'
The Meteorological Service says Jamaica is now experiencing severe drought conditions.

Man sentenced to 83 years for hijacking Canada-bound plane in MoBay granted appeal by Privy Council
The United Kingdom-based Privy Council has granted Jamaican Stephen Fray permission to appeal his conviction and 83-year prison sentence for high-jacking a Canada-bound plane in 2009.

Masked gunmen kill four in Linstead
Four persons were shot and killed by masked gunmen in Linstead, St Catherine last night.

More water restrictions for Corporate Area communities
The National Water Commission has announced changes to its water rationing programme for sections of the Corporate Area.

Davies defends bus fare hike for the elderly
The Transport Minister Dr Omar Davies is maintaining that the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) had to significantly increase its bus fares for senior citizens.

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