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THE GLEANER MINUTE: Reparations Council…Mikael Phillips sorry…‘Ray Ray’ vendors’ relocation

Aug 14th, 2019 | Category: The Gleaner Minute | 1:51
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AUGUST 14, 2019: Culture Minister, Olivia Grange, announces the appointment of the National Council on Reparations to serve for three years… North West Manchester Member of Parliament, Mikael Phillips, apologises for comments he made against Jamaica Labour Party supporters at his constituency conference... The future of the Ray Ray Ground Market remains uncertain as the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation explores the relocation of vendors... Portland undertaker, Rohan Martin is charged with the July 30 murder of his girlfriend and teacher, Latoya Hill… IN SPORTS: Jamaican Olympian Alia Atkinson has now qualified for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.

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