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The Jamaican Government has come under scathing criticism from student and staff lobbyists of the University of Technology (UTech) who have condemned being treated as poorer cousins to the neighbouring University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona....
The Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) yesterday received the RG Platinum Award for its sterling service to nation building through the Jamaica National Service Corps, a state-led initiative aimed at transforming at-risk youth into model citizens and...
The Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) last night received the RG Platinum Award for its sterling service to nation building through the Jamaica National Service Corps, a state-led initiative aimed at transforming at-risk youth into model citizens and...
Painting a picture of cruel victimisation, former Petrojam human resource manager Roselee Scott-Heron felt wronged by her sudden dismissal two days before Christmas in 2016, one of her attorneys has revealed. Symone Mayhew, the lead attorney for...
Horatio Ezekiel Malcolm accomplished much quietly. Very early in his life, he devoted his life as a missionary. His first missionary journey was to British Guiana (Guyana). In those days, Guyana had many jungles and some missionaries went...
- Lady Gaga goes "gaga" Lady Gaga has rushed out her new single, Applause, after a number of snippets leaked online. "A pop music emergency is underway,"tweeted the star as the single was distributed to iTunes and YouTube. Applause, the singer's first new material since... Read More
- The heat is on: Basket ball Athletes in Action (A.I.A), along with the Jamaica Basketball Federation (JaBA), is currently on the island with their men’s basketball team in Kingston to compete against local College All-Stars. This American team consists of men’s basketball... Read More
- Over 100 killed in Cairo As police continued to move into break up two pro-Morsi protest camps in Cairo reports have emerged that at least 124 persons have been killed. One correspondent told the French news agency AFP that many of the bodies counted in three morgues at... Read More
- Caribbean Premier League 20/20 tournament resumes this Tuesday evening The Antigua Hawksbills will host leaders Barbados Tridents at the Sir Viv Richards Stadium as action in the Caribbean Premier League 20/20 tournament resumes this Tuesday evening following Monday’s one day break. The Barbados Tridents continue to... Read More
- 12-year-old Zachary Reyna is now in intensive care 12-year-old Zachary Reyna is now in intensive care at a Miami Hospital, after contracting the brain eating parasite. The 12-year-old contracted the deadly parasite on August 3 while playing in ditch close to his house. The next day the child slept... Read More
- Save the children More than 100,000 children in the Central African Republic are facing sexual abuse and recruitment into armed groups, Save the Children has warned. The children have been forced to flee their homes following the overthrow of the government by a... Read More