Unconfirmed: Body of man found with throat slashed in Lucea





The body of an unidentified man was found earlier today with his throat slashed at his home in a section of Lucea, Hanover.

Information surrounding the incident is still unknown.

Police have launched a probe into the killing of the man.



  
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Car Dealer charged with breaches of Consumer Protection Act

44-year-old Aaron Smith an operator of a car dealership and a resident of a Kingston 2 address, was charged with Breaches of the Consumer Protection Act. Reports are that, Smith was paid by a Woman for a motorvehicle valued at J$1.2 million. The funds were allegedly paid to Smith, but the Woman did not receive the vehicle, and was not refunded. A report was filed to the Police, and Smith was later arrested, then charged. Smith is to appear in Court on September 18, to charges of failure to deliver on contracted date.
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More housing being provided in South West St. Andrew – PM Simpson-Miller

More housing being provided in South West St. Andrew – PM Simpson-Miller
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has pointed to a raft of development programmes for her South West St. Andrew constituency including additional housing and training for employment in logistics operations and port services, as well as to start micro businesses as barbers, hairdressers and chefs. The Prime Minister who was addressing a meeting at the Caribbean Palms community centre on Spanish Town Road yesterday, told residents that additional housing was being provided at Majesty Gardens and White Wing in the constituency. She noted that this was in addition to the first phase of the Majesty Gardens housing development which was recently completed, the Caribbean Palms development and other housing developments at Palm Court and Delacree Park Phase Two.
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Hurricane Odile pummels western Mexico

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Dozens drown near Libyan coast after migrant boat capsizes

A boat transporting around 250 African migrants heading to Europe, capsized before leaving the coast near the capital Tripoli. Dozens are feared dead according to a Libyan coast guard official who stated that dozens of bodies were being retrieved, and some are still floating 18 km near the coast of Tajoura district. A total of 36 migrants including a pregnant woman were rescued today.
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JA dollar finishes at J$112.71 to US$1

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50 students from Brown’s Town Comm College to receive Govt scholarships

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Key INDECOM witness identified as prison escapee in St. James

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WHO reports Ebola death toll at 2,296

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JLP caretaker laments response to Chikungunya concerns

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Apple unveils its own smart watch

Apple unveils its own smart watch
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JA dollar closes at J$112.73 to US$1

The Jamaican dollar remained stable against the US currency at the end of today’s close of the foreign exchange market. The Jamaican dollar finished at an average selling rate of J$112.73 to US$1. In further trading, the Canadian dollar slipped by $0.64 to finish at an average of J$102.25 to $CAN1, and the British pound weakened by $0.81 to close at J$181.46 to £1.
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Flash Flood Warning in effect for St. Mary and Portland

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Former reputed leader of the Stone Crusher Gang shot dead

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47 students receive Scholarships from J. Wray and Nephew

47 students receive Scholarships from J. Wray and Nephew
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Image courtesy of  www.ridoutphoto.com
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"24 Things I wished I knew before getting pregnant"

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