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THE GLEANER MINUTE: Barred from Calabar…Traffic woes…Woman, son killed…Supreme Ventures gives grants

Aug 30th, 2018 | Category: The Gleaner Minute | 1:43
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AUGUST 30, 2018: Calabar High School is facing intense criticism over its decision to bar students from entering fifth form if their average is below 60 per cent… The police assure that there will be adequate coverage on Monday to regulate traffic… St Ann detectives expect to capture 41-year-old Orville Scarlett of Watt Town, St Ann in connection with the death of his ex-girlfriend and her 10-year-old son… The Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission awards grants totalling 11 million to 220 tertiary students... IN SPORTS: National 800 metres record holder Natoya Goule and Commonwealth Games 400 metres hurdles champion Janieve Russell topped off their 2018 season with third place finishes in their events at the Diamond League final in Zurich,

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