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A man was shot and killed on East Street near Gospel Chapel Church yesterday morning, police said. Authorities responded to gunshots before 2 a.m. and found the victim lying on the ground with several gunshot wounds. No one was in custody as of yesterday afternoon. This is the

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Minister of Public Service and National Insurance Brensil Rolle yesterday denied a purge occurring in the public service, and suggested that the government has only disengaged workers whose contracts have expired. Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell has raised concerns over the recent terminations in the

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The plea for mercy is one of the most ancient prayers in the Judaeo-Christian tradition by penitents seeking and celebrating divine mercy in private prayer and at public worship.    Throughout the Christian Gospels are those hungry and thirsty for mercy: the woman caught in adultery,

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The extortion and bribery trial of a former manager at the National Insurance Board (NIB) was adjourned yesterday because there was no stenographer. Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt will set a new date for the trial of Selina Sweeting today. Prosecutors allege that while working as a manager

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