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Buju's release date changes to UNKNOWN
Police Federation outraged at government's latest offer
Teacher dismissed for telling students Santa isn't real
Cops seize $7.5 million worth of ganja
Grammy nomination announcement postponed until Friday
Trelawny Parish Court evacuated
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Office of the Police Commissioner comments on cop case
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Public Defender booted from case involving Jamaica's anti-sodomy law
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Pictorial: GC Foster Classics
March 13, 2018
Kevoy Venson (left) of Calabar competes with Tyrice Taylor of Bog Walk in the boys 10-16, 800m at the GC Foster Classics at the National Stadium on Saturday.
Janieve Russell competing in the womens 400 hurdles at the GC Foster Classics at the National Stadium on Saturday.
Chrisann May of Holmwood (centre) winner of the girls 17-19, 800m at the GC Foster Classics at the National Stadium on Saturday.
Javauney James of St Elizabeth Technical (right) on his way to winning the boys 17-19, 800m at the GC Foster Classics at the National Stadium on Saturday.
Antonio Watson of Petersfield, winner of the boys 10-16, 200m at the GC Foster Classics.
Edwin Allen's Kevona Davis, winner of the girls 17-19 200m at the GC Foster Classics.
Ramone Bailey competing in the mens long jump at the GC Foster Classics earlier this year.
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