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An unwavering commitment to service and betterment of the less fortunate. That was the defining characteristic of Dr Kenneth Baugh, whether he was at home in the role of husband and father, in the operating theatre as a gifted surgeon, or on the...
If it were up to Asif Ahmad, the British high commissioner to Jamaica, citizens of the former British colony would no longer require a visa to travel to the United Kingdom (UK). But since the legal requirement is out of his hands, the country will...
In an effort to boost its efforts in helping the police crack more cases, Crime Stop has created a website dedicated to collecting tips. The website – 311tips.com – allows persons to anonymously submit tips in the form of text, photos, and videos...
Business operators in both Clarendon and St Catherine are pleased with the announcement by National Security Minister Dr Horace Chang that opening hours under the state of public emergency in the parishes will be extended to 11 pm. The operators...
Melanie Schwapp, the only daughter among three children for Kenneth and Vilma Baugh, yesterday used a tribute to her father to also pay homage to their mother. The two had been together as man and wife for 54 years until the death of the former...
- Latin America & Caribbean Have Lost Economic Momentum A new United Nations report has warned that the economic recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has lost momentum, and is blaming the situation on slowing external demand, ongoing global policy uncertainty and country-specific factors.... Read More
- NCB Commits To Paying Late Fees Incurred, By Customers Due To Its System Glitches National Commercial Bank (NCB) has committed to paying the late fees incurred by its customers on loans, credit cards, and utility payments as a result of the technical issues with the bank's online platform.Thousands of people were unable to... Read More
- Police Seek Witness DETECTIVES assigned to the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA) are seeking the public's assistance in locating a witness who is vital to a case currently before the Home Circuit Court, downtown Kingston. She... Read More
- NWA Urged To Fix Drainage Issues In Clarendon following Weekend Flooding There is another appeal for the National Works Agency (NWA) to fast track plans to fix the drainage problem in May Pen, Clarendon after heavy rain on Sunday left a number of streets inundated.The downpour, which lasted about one hour, again caused... Read More
- Knight Hailed For Sporting Clays Philanthropy Chairman of the Jamaica Society for the Blind, Daemion McLean, has hailed young Danzel Knight as a role model and a shining light following a second successful staging of the You Can Do Anything Sporting Clays Charity Tournament at the Jamaica Skeet... Read More
- Austrian Leader Loses No-Confidence Vote Austria's parliament has voted to remove Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and his government from office in a special parliamentary session. His previous coalition ally, the far-right Freedom Party (FPÖ), backed the motions brought by the opposition... Read More