Five counts of murder.

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MARVIN ‘Fat Man’ Campbell Sr was formally charged yesterday with five counts of murder after he was questioned in relation to the brutal slaying of five people on March Pen Road in Spanish Town, St Catherine, on October 9. Campbell, who police say is a member of the notorious Klansman […]

Students to learn about Restorative Justice.

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Beginning next year, students will be introduced to restorative justice practices in schools. This was disclosed by Minister of Justice, Delroy Chuck, during a statement to the House of Representatives yesterday, on restorative justice and other justice services. These include anger management, respect for each other, and how to interact […]

Four shot in St. James.

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LBC NEWS has been informed that four people were a short while ago shot and injured in an area of Montego Bay, St James, known as Bottom Norwood. A source who lives close to where the shooting took place LBC NEWS that the police responded quickly and have restored calm […]

Coffee Farmers gets Compensation.

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MINISTER of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Karl Samuda has welcomed the increased price per box of coffee to be paid to farmers. Mavis Bank Coffee Factory Limited announced that, effective Tuesday, October 18, farmers will be paid $9,000 per box of cherry coffee, up from $8,000. Samuda said he […]

Soldiers Off To Haiti

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JAMAICA has joined scores of countries in sending relief supplies to Haiti to help the hundreds of thousands of people who have been displaced by Hurricane Matthew, which hit the Caribbean nation on October 4 killing more than 500 people. Yesterday afternoon, eight Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) soldiers were dispatched […]