March 30, 2011
Star News


MALE LOVERS CLASH IN NEW KGN
“A dispute between two homosexual lovers drew the attention of onlookers in the business district of New Kingston on Monday night. THE STAR understands that the tightly clad men were having a domestic dispute along Knutsford Boulevard.... read more
MAN OUTS CIGARETTE IN OLDER LOVER'S FACE

Residents of an inner-city community in Spanish Town, St Catherine, watched recently as a 21-year-old man, who was in a confrontation with his middle-aged woman, put out a cigarette in her face as a way of punishing her....

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Jamaican woman denied entry because of nationality?

The story about the Jamaican woman who was recently denied entry into Barbados, after she claims she was subjected to verbal abuse and two cavity searches by a Barbarian immigration officer...

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Eight parish councillors fined for corruption

The eight parish councillors charged with breaches of the Corruption Prevention Act pleaded guilty to the charges and were fined when they appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court...

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Accused thief denies stealing Snickers bars

A man accused of stealing two Snickers chocolate bars from Shoppers Fair supermarket in Liguanea, St Andrew, denied the allegations and had his bail extended in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's...

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Motor vehicle accidents increase in New Kingston

There has been an upsurge in motor vehicle accidents in the New Kingston area with the police receiving reports of at least five to six accidents daily. Sixty-five accidents have been reported for the month ...

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Postal clerk faces larceny charges

A Postal Clerk charged with two counts of larceny as a servant pleaded not guilty, and had her bail extended when she appeared in court yesterday.

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Fake documents land woman in court

A St Andrew woman who allegedly tendered fictitious examination past papers to be enlisted as a police officer faced the Spanish Town Resident Magis-trate's Court on forgery charges yesterday....

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Is region tsunami-ready? - Japan quake raises preparedness question

The tsunami that devastated Japan recently has led many Jamaicans to question whether Jamaica and, by extension, the Caribbean would be prepared if one should occur in our region....

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Maggotty hydro plant to create 200 jobs

MANDEVILLE: The Jamaica Public Service's (JPS) proposed Maggotty hydroelectric power plant in St Elizabeth is projected to employ some 200 persons during the construction phase, according to the company's president...

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