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Jamaica came under no undue pressure from the United States (US) or any other member state of the Organization of American States (OAS) to vote in favour of a resolution not to recognise the legitimacy of Nicolas Maduro's new term as Venezuela's...
WESTERN BUREAU:Custos of St James, Bishop Conrad Pitkin, is calling on the Council of Community Colleges of Jamaica (CCCJ) to do away with how things have been done in the past to better aid students in today's globalised world.Pitkin, who was...
WESTERN BUREAU:Although not listed as a high-risk parish for the Aedes aegypti mosquito-transmitted dengue fever, the Hanover Health Department (HHD) is appealing for assistance from both the private and public sectors to battle the vector and the...
Issues affecting Jamaica, including crime, will take the spotlight tonight during a debate among panellists, including Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Kamina Johnson Smith, on BBC World Service Radio's World Questions.The event will be...
The Jamaica Council of Churches (JCC) says it is mystified by two major decisions made by the Andrew Holness administration against Venezuela.In a press release yesterday, the JCC said it was concerned that the current administration has taken steps...
- Drug bust; Three arrested THREE persons are now in custody after members of the Marine Police Division seized 2,018.6 pounds of marijuana and 35.8 pounds of hashish in Manatee Bay, Old Harbour, St Catherine over the weekend. The drug is said to have an estimated street... Read More
- JPS: Electricity theft uncovered in Negril A joint operation conducted by Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) crews and the security forces in Negril, Westmoreland, has uncovered several instances of electricity theft. During a five-hour operation along the Norman Manley Boulevard, the... Read More
- Ban on smoking in public places takes effect today Several organisations are now marching in three towns across Jamaica in support of the ban on smoking in public places. The marches began around 8 a.m. in Morant Bay, St Thomas; Half-Way Tree, St Andrew; and Montego Bay, St James. The march is... Read More
- Former Broadcaster Wayne White Gets Fourteen Years Former broadcaster Wayne White and his co accused Safari Farr have both been sentenced to fourteen years in prison . Last month, when they appeared in the Gun Court the two pleaded guilty to wounding with intent and illegal possession of a firearm... Read More
- Ex-Lover Sues Sean Paul and Pens Embarrassing Tell All A jilted lover is suing Grammy Award-winning reggae artist Sean Paul in New York for $80 million — and taking intimate revenge in the process - claiming he had her illegally deported from Jamaica and drove her to attempt suicide. Susanne... Read More
- "Popcaan Loves Kartel" Video Goes Viral Belizean radio disc jockey Remix Assassin has created a viral YouTube remix video which recaps the Popcaan and Ryno conflict at the recent staging of Sting. The highlight of the video is Popcaan's bold claim that he loves Vybz Kartel the most... Read More