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Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner

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  • Ashley-Ann Foster wins poll to replace Lloyd B People's National Party delegates in St James Central voted yesterday for attorney Ashley- Ann Foster to represent the party in the constituency in the next general election. The 26-year-old Foster polled 252 votes, while her opponent Henry... Read More