Confirmed: Seiveright replaced as aide to Holness

Delano Seiveright has been replaced by Marlon Morgan as aide to Opposition Leader Andrew Holness.

Meanwhile former National Security Minister Dwight Nelson has replaced Arthur Williams and will take over the duties of providing information for the Opposition Party.

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Phillip Cole 07/02/2013 16:04:56
Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy! DWL!
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Power supply restored to Clarendon; work ongoing in Portmore

Customers in Clarendon who were earlier affected by power outages due to a problem on the delivery system have had their electricity restored, the JPS reported. In Portmore, the JPS stated that its teams are continuing the washing of power lines, in order to reduce the impact of contamination due to the build-up of dust and salt spray on the system. The JPS added that in order to facilitate the washing of the lines, electricity will be temporarily suspended in the following Portmore communities, starting at 12 noon: Seaforth, Johnson Hill, Hellshire Heights, Cave Hill, Half Moon, Sand Hill, Bridgeport, West Port, Edgewater, Garvey Meade, West Meade, and Waterford. A full copy of the press release from the JPS can be viewed below.
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Mandeville to benefit from health fair

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NCSC collaborates with health Ministry to educate about chikungunya

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Bahamas signs trade agreements with Haiti

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Spencer takes Gold, Russell Bronze in 400mH

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Manchester United US owners to pocket $150m after selling more shares

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Former Bajan PM resigns from Opposition Party

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Alia Atkinson gets Silver medal

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