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A mouth-watering rematch between Germany and Brazil could be on the cards at the finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup much earlier than any football fan could have anticipated.The two, who played out a 7-1 German win at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, could...
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has reportedly told his Cabinet colleagues that he is prepared to take tough actions to sort out the issues at Petrojam as the controversy swirling around the oil refinery could damage its market value and scupper its...
Jamaican women have become far more empowered and independent in recent years, but a new survey has shown that almost eight of every 10 of them still believe it is natural for a man to be the head of the household, and a woman's main role is to take...
Most men with a low sperm count in Jamaica are denied the opportunity of fathering a child. But with the introduction of sperm retrieval surgery in the island, scores of men are being given an opportunity to achieve their desire of fathering...
Jamaica's successful and internationally acclaimed vaccination programme is under threat as more parents join the anti-vaccination movement which is sweeping the United States and sections of Europe.According to vice-president of the Paediatric...
- JUST IN: Vybz Kartel freed of murder charge Supreme Court judge Bryan Sykes has turned down the application to accept two witness statements at the murder trial of dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel. Justice Sykes handed down his ruling a short while ago. He said he was not convinced that the... Read More
- Tifa: latest victim of false advertising Dancehall diva Tifa is once again the victim of false advertising. An event called Secrets which is being advertised for August 5, has the artiste billed to perform along with I Octane and Miss Kitty as emcee. However, Tifa says she has no... Read More
- Director general of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority has rejected resignation call The outgoing director general of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority has rejected a suggestion by a letter written that he should resign because of the protracted period it has taken to complete the final report into the December 2009 American... Read More
- Opposition concerned about voters' list The opposition Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has voiced concern about the names of persons now on the voters list. Audley Shaw, the party’s Deputy leader believes the list needs to be updated. He was addressing a meeting of Area Council 3 on Sunday.... Read More
- Skeletal remains found in shallow grave The skeletal remains of a man were found in a shallow grave located in Savage Pen, Gordon Town, St. Andrew yesterday. The remains are believed to be that of 29-year-old farmer Markey McLarty o/c ‘Bulldog’ from a Gordon Town address. McLarty was... Read More
- Kamla email scandal deepens Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister, Kamla Persad-Bissessar and her Attorney General have filed pre-action protocol letters against Opposition leader Dr Keith Rowley as the fall out continues over an email scandal. The letters are seeking to bar... Read More