St. James

Digicel Business Rolls Out Underground Fibre

Digicel Business says the roll out of its underground fibre network in Kingston is now completed. Businesses across the city can access fast connectivity which should boost productivity. In June, Digicel Business implemented its 600 million dollar subterranean fibre network in key areas namely the Freeport in Montego Bay, the financial district in New Kingston and commercial areas in and ...

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Mario Deane Died From Head And Neck Injuries

US pathologist Dr. Michael Baden revealed that preliminary results from today’s autopsy on 31-year-old Mario Deane, who was beaten while in police custody, proved that he died from several blows to his head and brain. The autopsy was conducted by local pathologist Dr. Murari Saranji in the presence of Baden. “The cause of death was multiple impact to his head ...

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CPJ Offers Quick & Easy Ready To Cook Pork

Seasoned to perfection, Caribbean Producers Jamaica (CPJ) has unveiled a new range of Ready to Cook pork, offering unprecedented convenience to housewives, chefs, and even those who are known to stay far from their kitchens. The 100% Jamaica-grown pork, supplied by local pig farmers, hit the frozen section of supermarkets island-wide a month ago, modernizing the preparation of the meat ...

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Montego Bay To Host “Soul in the Sun” 2014

Montego Bay, Jamaica’s tourism capital, long known as a destination for huge music festivals, will host an event from October 10-12, at the Aqueduct in Rose Hall. Dubbed “Soul in the Sun,” the two-day music festival and a beach party on the Sunday will feature a number of US based R&B icons. Keith Sweat, Johnny Gill, and 90s boy groups ...

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Third Suspect in Mario Deane Beating Charged

A third suspect has been charged with the murder of Mario Deane. The accused, Damion Cargill, was charged Friday afternoon. Mr. Cargill, who is said to be hearing impaired, is accused of joining other prisoners to beat Mr. Deane, leading to his death. Two other prisoners, 35 year old Marvin Orr and 25-year-old Adrian Morgan were charged last week. Mr. ...

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Inmate Charged With Mario Deane Killing Beaten

Marvin Orr, one of the two men charged with the murder of construction worker, Mario Deane, was today beaten allegedly by inmates at the Barnett Street Police Station in Montego Bay, St James. Orr was treated at the Cornwall Regional Hospital, and later released to the police. Orr, who according to his medical report is a schizophrenic, should be supervised ...

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6 Police Officers Suspended For The Beating Death of Inmate

Six police officers have been suspended following a probe by the Inspectorate of Constabulary (IOC) into the circumstances surrounding the death of 31-year-old Mario Deane on Wednesday, August 6 at the Barnett Street Police Station in Montego Bay. A statement from the Police High Command today said that among the officers suspended are two Police Corporals and one Police Constable, while ...

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Two Men Charged For The Beating Death of Construction Worker

The police have charged two men with the murder of 31-year-old Mario Deane of Rosemount, St. James who died as a result of injuries he received while in custody at the Barnett Street Police Station on Sunday, August 3. Charged are 35-year-old Marvin Orr, labourer of Bestwell, Port Antonio, Portland, and 25-year-old Adrian Morgan, labourer of Petersville, Westmoreland. The police ...

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St. James Residents Protest Death of Construction Worker

Tension remains high in sections of the western parish of St. James following an angry protest early Thursday by residents of Rosemount and at least six adjoining communities over the controversial death of construction worker Mario Deane, 31. Deane succumbed to injuries from an alleged beating while in police custody. Residents, some with placards, lit debris and used boulders and ...

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Shop Online at Fontanapharmacy.com

Built on a foundation of professional expertise and personal service, Fontana Pharmacy has been meeting Jamaicans’ health care needs for over 45 years. You can now shop on-line at Fontana’s Website from anywhere in the world, Fontana also offers free delivery to anywhere in Jamaica. Check out their website –> http://bit.ly/FontanaPharmacy • Email: contact@fontanapharmacy.com

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