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The Pike River fraudster has apparently struck again, this time charming his way into a family home before allegedly stealing a car and $1700. Edwin Henry Taylor appeared in the Christchurch District Court in 2011, facing several dishonesty charges
Olympic athlete Andy Turner burgled during mum's funeral The athlete is the third fast British sprint hurdler of all time behind Colin Jackson and Tony Jarrett Olympic athlete Andy Turner said he was devastated after his family home was burgled
Jamaica, noting that it contributes greatly to sustainable development. Addressing a conference last Friday dubbed 'Transformation through Volunteerism Agenda', at the Jamaica Conference Centre, Jarrett said there have been some strides in the area.
An Army veteran's cross-country journey hit a bump in the road when his bicycle was stolen last month in San Diego, but he's not giving up. Matthew Jarrett, 30, of Pierce, Colo., had put more than 6,500 miles on a Trek road bike during a ride across
A missing finger on the right hand helped family members identify Annie Bell Jarrett, the Shiloh woman found in a shallow grave Wednesday in Warm Springs, Ga., authorities said. Meriwether County Coroner Johnny Worley said the identification of
Valerie Jarrett, one of President Obama's closest aides, pledged to labor on Sunday to complete a worker safety rule long lobbied for by unions. Jarrett said the administration and labor want to do what's right for the country...The White House
A 22-year-old rushed in to save an elderly couple trapped in a house in Marysville. "I thank him with my life, and I already have, he's a brave young man," said Jarrett Willis. Jarrett and the love of his life, Linda, were trapped in a fire.
A 21-year-old Childersburg woman was killed Monday when her Camaro collided with an SUV at a Talladega County intersection, Alabama State Troopers said today...Monday at the intersection of Alabama 21 and Grist Mill Road, which is about four miles
One of President Obama's top aides is confident that the administration will weather all of the allegations surrounding it. "We have every confidence that people within the White House have behaved appropriately," senior adviser Valerie Jarrett told
Photo Save to mystar Canada's navy sailed into hot water after stopping a vessel carrying Jamaica's former prime minister. The incident last spring led to the discovery that Canadian ships had been conducting live-fire exercises in Jamaican waters in