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Tourism Ministry Promotes Healthy Living 

Tourism Ministry Promotes Healthy Living 

While delivering the keynote address at the Jamaica Health and Wellness Tourism Conference, Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett says the ministries are focused on combining their efforts. He stressed the importance of incorporating healthy habits into the tourism sector to attract more families and promote healthier living. Minister Bartlett says the growth of the country’s economy can be credited to tourism,  Jamaica’s leading industry,...

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O’Brien Chang Urges PM To Call For More SOEs

O’Brien Chang Urges PM To Call For More SOEs

Political Commentator Kevin O’Brien Chang says Prime Minister Andrew Holness should seek to announce more States of Emergency since the Opposition refuses to support the extension of the life-saving measures.  He says it is illogical that the Opposition has not yielded to the requests of several groups representing the people who have demanded the States of...

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Mckenzie: Gov’t Intends To Renovate Several Markets

Mckenzie: Gov’t Intends To Renovate Several Markets

Minister of Local Government Desmond Mckenzie says the government intends to invest in the renovation of several markets across the country to facilitate the huge population of vendors. He says the deplorable market conditions vendors face have pushed them outside of the markets.   During his presentation at the reopening of the Stony Hill Market in St Andrew on...

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Matthew Rodney Joins the PNP

Matthew Rodney Joins the PNP

Matthew Rodney is now putting his activism towards politics. Rodney, who was employed as a bartender at the S hotel in St. James, made claims of racism in a viral video earlier this year. Rodney alleged that he was dismissed unfairly. Speaking at a People’s National Party meeting in Central St. James, he highlighted his willingness to stand...

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Why Do Jamaicans Love Brazil?

Why Do Jamaicans Love Brazil?

Brazil, as football nation has traditionally found massive favour among Jamaicans, who are seemingly fixated on their brand of football. The south American giants bowed into action on Thursday, and activities in Jamaica virtually came to a halt. It is understood that no murder was recorded in Jamaica on Thursday, and while the jury is still out as to...

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GOJ Standing With Police Dragged Before Court

GOJ Standing With Police Dragged Before Court

Committed to doing more for the men and women who risk their lives for the safety of the masses daily, State Minister for National Security Zayvia Mayne says the government of Jamaica is seeking to help more constables with their legal fees when they are dragged before the courts for matters arising while on duty. Mayne protests...

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Quest For ‘Bigga Crime’ Yields Gun and Ammo Find

Quest For ‘Bigga Crime’ Yields Gun and Ammo Find

Nesta Morrison otherwise called ‘Bigga Crime’ has been on the police’s radar for some time but more recently he has been under the microscope by the Joint Anti Gang Task Force, a team targeting the leaders of major gangs.  On Thursday the Joint Anti Gang Task Force team carried out a major operation in Morrison’s...

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Thanksgiving Service Held For Media Veteran Leonie Forbes

Thanksgiving Service Held For Media Veteran Leonie Forbes

A thanksgiving service was held for veteran broadcaster Leonie Forbes on Friday. Leonie Evadne Forbes, OD was a stalwart in local media and theatre, loved and mourned by many. Many to include those who paid their final respects to the Jamaican icon Friday. Forbes was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. She attended Kingston Senior school before going on to Excelsior College...

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JTA Hasn’t Signed Wage Deal, More Concerns Abound

JTA Hasn’t Signed Wage Deal, More Concerns Abound

President of the Jamaica Teachers Association, Lasonja Harrison brought to the forefront issues plaguing schools locally at the Portland Teacher’s Association semi-annual meeting recently. The Jamaica Teacher’s Association President told stakeholders the only union bargaining for teachers is the Jamaica Teacher’s Association adding there are several concerns yet to be addressed about how teachers are treated.  Ms. Harrison also highlighted the...

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Manchester Mob Suspect Discharged

Manchester Mob Suspect Discharged

Manchester taxi operator, Orlando Powell, was discharged Friday morning in relation to the May 6 mob killing of 61-year-old Chieftin Campbell, when he appeared in the Manchester Parish Court for a committal hearing.  Presiding Judge Monique Harrison upheld a no-case submission by Powell’s attorney Yolando Kiffin. The attorney argued that there was no evidence linking the defendant to Campbell’s death.  Powell...