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Maas Roy and the dead Colonel

Maas Roy and the dead Colonel

This post contains an article written by Paul Williams that first appeared in The Gleaner. He recounts the time when Maas Roy went to England and after being called for National Service was sent to Cyprus where he found himself driving a van, with a Colonel for cargo.

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BBC Vietnam

BBC Vietnam

The article in this post first appeared on the BBC Vietnam website. The author came across Life According To Maas Roy and couldn’t put it down. Unfortunately unless you understand the Vietnamese language this post will be a bit indecipherable to you.

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Where self-reliance is more than a word

Where self-reliance is more than a word

The Jeffrey Town Farmers’ Association, celebrate winning the 2006 Michael Manley Foundation Award for Community Self-Reliance. An award, which comes with a cash grant of $200,000, and given in recognition of the work the group has been doing in the community.

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Where self-reliance is more than a word

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Where self-reliance is more than a word

Jeffrey Town: Where self-reliance is more than a word Published 13 August 2006 by Olivia Leigh Campbell These days, there’s a lot happening in Jeffrey Town, St Mary. The community is getting prepared for its second annual Breadfruit Festival, even as its organisers, the Jeffrey Town Farmers’ Association, celebrate winning the 2006 Michael Manley Foundation Award for Community Self-Reliance. That award, which comes with a cash grant of $200,000, was given in recognition of the work the group has been doing in the community, first...

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