March 7, 2013
Star News


ARTISTE CAUSES DRAMA AT AIRPORT - Tried to board plane without visa
“The Norman Manley Airport police were recently summoned to an aircraft after an alarm was made by flight officials that a man had attempted to board a flight out of Jamaica without official documents, THE STAR understands.... read more
Dog leads son to dead father

It was a dog's love that reportedly led a son to his father's body in bushes yesterday. Dead is Copeland Coulbourne, 80-year-old farmer of Content district, St Catherine. ...

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NEPA urging people to avoid croc breeding sites

The National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) is urging people to avoid areas known as breeding sites for crocodiles now in their nesting season....

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Woman fined for unlawful wounding

A 23-year-old woman who was charged with unlawful wounding was ordered to pay $25,000 or serve six months' imprisonment, after she stabbed the complainant on her arm...

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MAN, MALE STUDENTS HELD IN BATHROOM

Police personnel attached to the St Andrew Central police yesterday morning accosted two students and an adult after they were allegedly caught in a compromising position at a popular food establishment, THE STAR understands....

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Persons of interest turn selves in to cops

Four of the seven persons of interest listed by the police yesterday have turned themselves in to the police. ...

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Accused Job Quest exec gets return court date

The executive director of Job Quest is expected to return to court on March 28 with at least $1 million of the money she is accused of swindling from persons she allegedly promised jobs....

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Facebook abuzz after ... Woman attempts to draw money from atm with Magna card

Social media is currently in a frenzy, following a Facebook update made by a University of the West Indies, Mona campus student, about a peculiar occurrence at one of the campus' ATM machines....

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Court date set for preliminary inquiry in murder case

An April 19 date has been arrived at for the continuation of the preliminary inquiry in the Suzan Smith murder trial....

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Students benefit from Broadcasting Commission outreach session

At least 250 students of the Constant Spring Primary and Junior High School in St Andrew benefited from an outreach session staged by the Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica (BCJ)...

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