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  • SUNJOCK AUTO
    Suncity Before Dawn
    2am - 6am
  • Krazy Dean
    SUNCITY MORNING SHOW (SMS)
    6am - 9am
  • Mama B
    SunCity Family Business
    9am - 10am
  • Gary Freestyle
    SunRay
    10am - 2pm
  • FireWayne
    SunStreak
    2pm - 6pm
  • Peanut
    SunSet
    6pm - 10pm
  • Star Boy
    SunStar
    10pm - 2am

News

Officers from the Counter-Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch (CTOC) are now conducting a raid at the Coastal City Clothing and Shoes Wholesale store on Barry Street in downtown Kingston. Already, the officers have seized a large number of items said to be counterfeit. The police say... Read More

Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner

  • Member of Parliament Peter Phillips has advised the top Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) students from the Maxfield Park division of his St Andrew East Central constituency to be wary of peer pressure.Phillips, who is also the leader of Opposition...
  • Lenworth Fulton, president-elect of the Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS), has promised to restructure the national umbrella farmers' organisation in order to achieve its original objective of being a driving force for economic growth and...
  • The University of the West Indies (UWI) is pushing to replace Queen Elizabeth II as its Visitor, which would make justice more accessible for students and staff who have conflicts with the institution by the appointment of a regional jurist to the...
  • Trouble is brewing ahead of Saturday's official start to the 2018 game bird hunting season, which runs until Sunday, September 23, as businessman Authnel Reid of Portland Bight, Clarendon, served notice last Friday that registered hunters like...
  • Speaker of the House, Pearnel Charles Sr, has made it clear that despite the suspension of the no-sleeveless policy for government buildings there will be no changes to the operations at Gordon House until he is guided by the Standing Orders.The...
  • Russell pleased at Sumfest RUSSELL praised most of the top acts on the July 21-27 show for quality performances, pointing out that the arrest of three persons for smoking on Dancehall Night was "one little damper on the spirits". He added: "It kinda killed the vibe a little."... Read More
  • News in Kingston An unidentified man was shot and killed during a police operation along Spanish Town Road, Kingston this morning. The police have not released details on the incident. Investigations are continuing. In the meantime, the Police seized several rounds... Read More
  • Gyptian to release: Stock and Pile Reggae artiste Gyptian is about to release the track Stock and Pile, which arguably is one of his better offerings since his 2010 smash hit Hold Yuh. Stock and Pile is due for release digitally on August 13. It was produced by New York based... Read More
  • Zimbabweans joined long lines to cast their vote Zimbabweans joined long lines to cast their vote in an election being described as the biggest threat to 33-year power grip on the African nation. Robert Mugabe goes up against his longtime rival Morgan Tsvangirai after both joined in a coalition... Read More
  • Autopsy report: stab wounds found on body An autopsy done on a body which was found in the Plantation Heights area in St. Andrew on Monday had several stab wounds to the chest. This revealed by Superintendent of Police Delroy Hewitt, News media reported. The police strongly believe that the... Read More
  • Reggae artiste Jesse Royal is testing the waters REGGAE artiste Jesse Royal is testing the waters with his recently released sophomore mixtape In Comes the Small Axe.The 11-track tape was released on May 4. The various production houses featured on the track include Overstanding, XTM Nation and... Read More