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THE GLEANER MINUTE: Digicel may be forced |Transport Ministry contradicts PS |Woman killed in love triangle

Dec 6th, 2021 | Category: The Gleaner Minute | 1:54
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#JamaicaGleaner DECEMBER 6, 2021: The prosecution in the Clansman-One Don gang trial says the court may have to use its powers to compel telecoms company Digicel to provide call data records…The Transport Ministry has contradicted its acting permanent secretary in trying to reject a Gleaner report that head of the Toll Authority Lerone Laing did not meet the minimum requirements for the job when he was appointed in April…The Department of Correctional Services is reporting that three wards of the state absconded from the Metcalfe Street secure Juvenile Remand Centre on Monday morning…A years-long dispute between two women over a shared partner ended fatally last weekend after 31-year-old nail tech Kayon Boyd, otherwise called ‘Pretty Kay Kay’, was stabbed to

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