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UK-based rapper shoots video in MoBay
COMING British female rap artiste Amplify Dot created a stir in sections of the resort city of Montego Bay last week, during a video shoot to promote her latest single, I'm Good, a collab with Busta Rhymes, which features Buju Banton's Walk Like a Champion.
Wed May 22, 2013
Mystery surrounds policeman's death
Nickeisha McDonald, common-law wife of Constable Richardo 'Shawn' McKay and mother of two of his four children, is not ready to accept the theory that he had accidentally shot himself.
Mon May 20, 2013
What violence-torn St James, nay all Jamaica, can learn from Flanker
It's easily and readily recognised that good, proactive leadership is essential to the organisation of any society.
Sun May 19, 2013
Nigerian-born dentist was on criminal charge
BACKGROUND checks on controversial dentist, Nigerian-born Dr Christopher Ogunsalu have revealed that he was charged in 2007 with assaulting a female assistant during a dispute at his Montego Bay office in St James.
Rastas victimised ... again? Coral Gardens celebrations become a nightmare as 'cops' demand payment
Writing in Caribbean Today , journalist I Jabulani Tafari in an article titled, 'Adding Insult to Injury - Highway Robbery', claimed the event was a benefit stage show in aid of the victims and their families of the almost forgotten tragedy.
Sat May 18, 2013
Ja-born broadcaster honoured in Georgia
Jamaica-born Pat Baccas-Bowen, founder, CEO and host of Atlanta-based Future Movement Radio , has been appointed lieutenant colonel aide de camp by the governor of Georgia, the Honourable Nathan Neal.
Fri May 17, 2013
Wheelchair druggist gets jail time... fined $1.3 million alongside two years mandatory
The wheelchair-bound man who was arrested and charged for attempting to smuggle cocaine and ganja out of Jamaica via the Sangster International Airport, in Montego Bay, was handed a mandatory two years and four months sentence and fined $1.3 million in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
Your guess is as good as ours as to what has SportsMax Caribbean Marketing Manager Tanya Lee in stitches while in conversation with Puma's Juliet Campbell.
Its a Boy
Luvs, the fashionable season is upon us, with Caribbean Fashion Week just days away.
Thu May 16, 2013
Roshelle McKinley is Miss Global Ja 2013
E ighteen-year-old Roshelle McKinley had one objective in mind when she signed up for the 2013 Miss Global Jamaica beauty pageant: to win.
Cops target assets - Investigators eye $300m in high-end properties...
Armed with legislation under the Proceeds of Crime Act, plus intelligence provided by their overseas counterparts, the Financial Investigations Division has targeted more than $300-million worth of high-end properties in western Jamaica, which investigations suggest were acquired through an international drug and money-laundering network.
Wed May 15, 2013
Excitement high as ATL Automotive opens historic 36-hour sale
A DAY before its historic 36-hour sale, ATL Automotive was bracing for a 'massive traffic' of takers for deals at its Kingston and Montego Bay branches.
MoBay detainees to be questioned
Jerome Reynolds, Staff Reporter Police investigators are to begin questioning the five persons detained during yesterday's operation in Montego Bay by the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Taskforce and the Financial Investigation Division.
Jamaicans in the US urged to attend diaspora conference
Members of the Jamaican Diaspora, residing in the Mid-west of the United States, have been urged to make every effort to attend the upcoming Diaspora Conference in Montego Bay from June 16 to 19.
Ministry of Education creates ICT jobs
THE MINISTRY of Education is partnering with the Business Process Industry Association of Jamaica to train more workers for the information and communications technology sector.
Tue May 14, 2013
The heart of the matter
Tony Hart is one of Jamaica's most successful and illustrious business tycoons. Hailing from a family tree that has contributed greatly to the socio-economic fabric of this country, he has also been a visionary and renowned philanthropist totally committed to his homeland.
Mon May 13, 2013
Man fined $60,000 for assaulting teen
A St James man, who boxed a 14-year-old boy and broke a button on his school uniform, was ordered to pay $60,000 in fines when he appeared before the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court.
Mr G-British - focused on making a difference
Focused on making a difference through music, entertainer Mr G-British is undaunted in his efforts to use his experiences to inspire youths and contribute positively to society.
Dental Delay in Coudray-Greaves Murder Case
JAMAICA'S Director of Public Prosecutions has asked that police probe the alleged refusal of an orthodontist to release the dental record analysis done on the remains of murdered school teacher Michelle Coudray-Greaves. The orthodontist is allegedly withholding the report until he is paid JAM $1.8 million, according to newspaper reports out of ... (more)
Sun May 12, 2013
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Jamaica to spend US$20 million to expand ICT space
By Garfield Angus MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica -- Jamaica's minister of science, technology, energy and mining , Phillip Paulwell, says the information commutation technology sector is poised for continued growth with the government providing some US$20 million for the expansion of office space.