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THE GLEANER MINUTE: Carter loses appeal...Morgue workers suspended...10-digit dialing

May 31st, 2018 | Category: The Gleaner Minute | 1:45
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MAY 31, 2018: The Court of Arbitration for Sport dismisses appeal by Jamaican sprinter Nesta Carter against a 2008 doping violation... The morgue supervisor and two other employees at the Kingston Public Hospital have been suspended as part of a probe into the improper disposal of the remains of neonates... It’s now a requirement for people making local calls to dial all 10 digits... The government will no longer restrict people who wish to apply for a license to operate a route taxi... Auditor General Pamela Monroe Ellis is now conducting an audit at the government-run oil refinery Petrojam...$127.78 for US$1.

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