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Digicel Jamaica Seeking Customer Care Reps

Digicel Jamaica is currently seeking a significant amount of persons for the role of Customer Care Representatives. Other Jobs Listed,.. – Customer Care Team Leader – Data Specialist – Financial Controller – FP&A Manager – Group Customer Care Director – Group Head of Roaming – Group Senior Tax Manager – Online Marketing Executive – Real Time Adherence Specialist – Technical ...

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Widespread Water Lock-offs For The Corporate Area

There will be widespread water lock-offs in the Corporate Area this week due to work being done at three of the National Water Commission’s largest supply systems – Mona, Constant Spring and the Hope Water Plants. Customers served by the Mona Water Treatment Plant will experience disruptions today, November 13 between 8:00am and 6:00pm. The affected areas include: Mona, Liguanea, ...

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Gospel Banned on JUTC Buses

The JAMAICA Urban Transit Company Limited has applied the brake on the practice of lay preachers using the public transportation system as their platform to spread the Gospel. Robert Lawson, a blind lay preacher complained to The Gleaner yesterday that he was stopped in his tracks by a JUTC driver on the weekend. He said the JUTC driver told him ...

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UTech Guards Beat Alleged Gay Student

The University of Technology’s administration is currently locked in discussions following an incident last night where a male student was beaten by security guards. The incident happened after the student was allegedly found in a compromising position with a male peer, upon which he was set upon by a mob, a UTech senior staff member confirmed. Security officers brought the ...

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Khajeel Mais Timeline

July 1, 2011: Seventeen-year-old Kingston College student Khajeel Mais shot dead when the driver of a BMW X6 reportedly opens fire on the taxi in which he is travelling after it collided with the sport utility vehicle. The driver of the X6 flees the scene. July 11: Suspect in the killing held. July 16: Mais laid to rest after a ...

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Video: ‘Grizzly Big Boar’ Found in Tivoli

The Jamaica Constabulary Force found three high powered weapons during an operation in the West Kingston community of Tivoli Gardens on Saturday June 9 2012. Amongst the find were 600 rounds of ammunition and the powerful .50 calibre Grizzly Big Boar rifle.

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Confirmed: Usain Bolt Crashes BMW M3

Jamaican Olympic champion Usain Bolt was involved in a minor accident in Half Way Tree, St. Andrew this morning at about 5:15 am. He was, however, left unhurt. Information reaching The Gleaner is that the global sprinting star was on his way home from a popular party when he met in the accident. The Gleaner also understands that former record ...

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Unconfirmed: Usain Bolt Crashes BMW M3

Multiple Reports that Usain Bolt crashed his BMW M3 sometime this morning in Halfway Tree on his way from YUSH,. Some onlookers revealed that Asafa Powell who was driving his AMG Mercedes-Benz was in front of Bolt when it happened. Confirmed: Usain Bolt Crashes BMW M3

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PM’s National Housing Trust Account Defrauded

The Prime Minister’s National Housing Trust (NHT) account is among several contributors’ accounts that have been defrauded in a scam discovered by the police. Information reaching THE STAR is that millions of dollars were taken from NHT contributors’ accounts over a period of time. THE STAR understands that five persons, including a senior employee at the Trust, were arrested yesterday. ...

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Jamaica Seals Deal to Drill for Oil next Year

KINGSTON, Jamaica  – After a few years of uncertainty, it has been confirmed that the Canadian oil and gas exploration company, Sagres will begin the process of drilling for oil in Jamaica come next year. Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell revealed recently that a deal had been signed between his government and the company and that drilling will be concentrated on ...

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