October 21, 2021

‘Wicked and un-Jamaican’

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From Jamaica Observer National Security Minister Dr Horace Chang yesterday condemned the murders of returning residents Karen Cleary-Brown and Barbara Findley and said that the Government and his ministry remain steadfast in their mandate to serve and protect all citizens. Chang, in the statement sent to the media, called the murders “wicked and un-Jamaican”. He […]

INDIA: Kerala flood victims live in the company of the dead

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From Khaleej Times The families refused to accept help and move to a safer place. As flood waters rose to engulf their homes at Kainakary, a picturesque village in Alappuzha district, at least 20 families took refuge in a church cemetery and are living in the company of the dead with their domestic animals. Thankachan […]

Cayman [Islands’] couple laid to rest

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From Petersfield Herald More than 150 people packed into St Mary’s Church, Frensham, to say their final farewells to Dockenfield villagers Pamela and Ian Mansell, and Pamela’s sister Marlene Wright who were tragically killed in the Caribbean in May. The funeral service was conducted by Reverend Jane Smith, the vicar of Dockenfield and Frensham parish, […]

Fuel farm opens at Ian Fleming Int’l Airport [Jamaica]

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By Renae Dixon from Sunday Observer BOSCOBEL, St Mary – The Ian Fleming International Airport in Boscobel in St Mary now has its own fuel plant and so aircraft coming into the facility no longer have to get fuel elsewhere. The plant was officially opened April 23rd, at a ceremony held on the grounds of […]