5-y-o knew her sisters were dead - Young 'prayer warrior' shares pain of feeling her two siblings' death before being told
WESTERN BUREAU:Five-year-old Tamelia Thompson knew that her sisters, Tiara and Tiana, were dead long before her teachers confirmed her premonition."We saw her crouched in a corner, praying," said Carolyn Brown, principal of the Providence Heights...
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Residents of Farham Road in Olympic Gardens were plunged into mourning following the death of 25-year-old Shantol 'Ce Ce' Chance, who was killed on Monday in what her relatives believe was a case of mistaken identity.Reports from the Olympic Gardens...
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A verdict is expected today at the murder trial of Police Constable Collis "Chuckie" Brown,...
How are customers affected by expansion
I like progress I like to see when businesses make improvements in order to offer their customers a better shopping experience I dont mind enduring slight inconveniences if it means that in the long run I will get a better quality of service or productThere are however some aspects of progress that can have negative impact on customers For example in one local grocery store the shelves were reorganized in order to accommodate expansion As a result customers ended up
Should you buy imported or locally produced products
There has been a recent report about imported chicken entering the Jamaican market This has led to a rather interesting question - should you buy local or imported productsLocal Products vs Imported ProductsProducers of local products often have a strong customer base These customers have been buying the product for generations and will no doubt state the benefits they have found to buying localThese local products have stood the test of time and consumers feel satisfied for the most part
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ASPIRING ATTORNEY LOSES LAW SCHOOLS’ CHALLENGE AT CCJ
The legal challenge alleging that the Law Schools’ admissions process
discriminates against holders of non-University of the West Indies (UWI) law degrees was
dismissed this afternoon in a judgment delivered at the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).
In July 2018, Mr. Jones filed an application for special leave against the Council of Legal
Education (CLE), the Council for Social and Human Development (COHSOD), and the Council
for Trade and Economic Development (COTED). The Council of Legal Education was established
in 1971 by the Agreement Establishing the Council of Legal Education and operates three law
schools in the region, the Norman Manley Law School, the Hugh Wooding Law School and the
Eugene Dupuch Law School. These law schools award a Legal Education Certificate (LEC) and
the Agreement provides that no person can be admitted in the signatory countries to practice as an
Attorney-at-Law who does not hold the LEC.
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