Social media influencer ‘Hat Dogg’ made music his number one target on his new year’s resolution list. The young comedian became popular on social media with his first comedy skit featuring his dogs. The skits blew up as online viewers were amazed at how the dogs were attentive in his videos. We are three months...
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Shalman Scott Racial Jabs Used for Decades In Politics
Tracking The Progress of Jamaica’s Constitutional Reform Agenda
Dr. Anthony Gordon’s New Books on Family Relational Health
6th Annual Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival
Wine Bottle Art Pieces with Laura-Anne Fung
Celebrate Unsung Shero Awards
‘Paradise Plum’ Songbird Naomi Cowan
JYAN’S Health Forum – “Healthy YOUth”
Efforts To Eliminate Gender Based Violence Continue
Smith: ‘Massa Mark’ An Unparliamentary Statement
Ted Prince Guilty in Contempt of Court Re Urination Incident- Klansman Trial
Warmington Recommends Removal of Auditor General from Integrity Commission
Assessing the Caribbean Financial Services Industry Landscape
Road to Republic: Jamaican’s Role to Play
Constitutional Reform Committee Calls for Educational Awareness on Referendum
97% of Police Officers Association Sign Government’s Wage Deal
Break-In At NWC Office In St. Ann
From Comedy Skits With Dogs To the Recording Booth
JCF: Pranksters Can Be Charged!
The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is again warning content creators to desist from pranking members of the public, advising such actions can have adverse effects on all parties involved. In recent weeks, several videos have surfaced of young men recording fake robberies at ATMs and accosting civilians in different scenarios. For many Jamaicans, being robbed in broad daylight is a...
Several ABMS Out of Commission, Bank Apologises
Several ABMs were out of commission on Tuesday following the brutal killing of a security guard on Monday at the Portmore Pines Plaza. Several videos circulating on social media stood as living proof of the impacts the cruel act had on consumers. In personalized emails, National Commercial Bank (NCB) apologized to customers for the inconvenience caused....
Another Shooting in Yallahs, St Thomas – Resident Killed at Bar
Another killing in Yallahs, St Thomas less than a day after gunmen took the life of a man at Yallahs Beach has kept crime fighters busy. Though the two killings have not been linked so far, sources say fear is rising in the east. On Sunday police were summoned to Yallahs Beach where a bullet-riddled body was found...
Suspected Drowning of A Child In St Ann
The relatives of a 12-year-old boy who is suspected to have drowned in a tank at his home in St Ann are appealing for consideration when posting tragic incidents. This after videos emerged on social media of the gruesome event that sent a family into mourning. Twelve-year-old Nicolai Reid was quite helpful, and until the time of his death, Sunday was...
Smart TV Stolen from Maranatha Basic School
Children at the Maranatha Basic School are now disadvantaged following the most recent theft incident at the institution. The school’s Principal, Arlene Bernard, is asking for the community’s corporation in retrieving what was stolen. Principal Bernard says the TV was used as a tool to enhance learning, through videos and songs geared at educational activities. She describes...
Motorists On Edge Amid New Road Traffic Act
The pending implementation of the new Road Traffic Act will see to a myriad of violations becoming ticketable offences, a fate not all motorists are aware of. The use of cell phones and the act of watching videos or any screen usage while driving will officially be ticketed. Subsequently, police will be on the lookout...
Meet The Mitchells Goes Prime Time
Kingston, Jamaica: Newly acquired free-to-air tv station and exclusive television broadcaster of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, CVM-TV, today announced that it has added the YouTube hit series ‘Meet the Mitchells’ to its prime-time programming, starting Thursday, December 1, 2022 at 8:00 PM. The popular series, created by reggae and dancehall artist Wayne Marshall...
INDECOM Probes Central Kingston Fatal Shooting
The Independent Commission of Investigations, (INDECOM) launched an investigation into a Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) fatal shooting of a man on Monday. The incident occurred in the vicinity of a Kingston Central checkpoint on laws street. Residents are demanding justice as they denounce the continued acts of violence from criminals and allegedly by law enforcement. Sometime in the afternoon, residents of...