Montego Bay, Jamaica Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Dream Weekend hosts massive one-day early bird saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | The Gleaner

    J. Wray and Nephew Limited host Reception for the launch of Appleton Special Dream Weekend Rum Rules Paradise, held at Dominica Drive, New Kingston on Monday night February 16, 2015. Dreams sometimes do come true, and that's the message from the Appleton Special Dream Weekend team as they offer an amazing one-day early bird sale in Jamaica this Saturday.

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  2. Witness says Jamaican lottery fraud scammers threatened herRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Cybercast News Service

    A retired school teacher from Florida said Tuesday that she lost most of a $100,000 inheritance in a Jamaican lottery fraud and was threatened by scammers who never produced her prize of $1 million and a Mercedes. Lois Bronson, 84, of Hallandale, Florida, testified in the trial of Sanjay Williams, 25, of Montego Bay, Jamaica, who's accused of buying and selling lists of potential victims in a scheme that allegedly bilked dozens of mostly elderly people out of retirement money.

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  3. Police on Dexta Daps arrest: Appropriate force was usedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | The Gleaner

    The St James Police say appropriate force was used yesterday to arrest artiste Dexta Daps at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay. The dancehall artiste, whose given name is Louis Grandison, has been charged with assault occasioning bodily harm, obstructing the police, resisting arrest and using indecent language.

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  4. Growth Forum: Lucea falling for want of good leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | The Gleaner

    Despite producing many influential national leaders over the years, stakeholders in Lucea, Hanover, think the town is currently suffering from a deficiency of quality leadership, which is stifling its prospects in terms of attracting investments and luring tourists. "We live in a town that is really neglected.

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  5. Diaspora conference set for JuneRead the original story

    Monday Apr 27 | The Gleaner

    Members of the diaspora and Jamaicans at home will gather at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in St James from June 13 to 18 to participate in the sixth staging of the Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference. Among the activities slated to take place are a business and cultural exposition, a range of meetings to address investment opportunities, and social activities, culminating with a Diaspora Day of Service.

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  6. Fantastic 'Praise on the Beach' rocks MoBayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | The Gleaner

    The voice of hundreds of worshippers took on a skyward trajectory last Saturday night as the Dump Up Beach in Montego Bay came alive with the inaugural staging of the Praise on the Beach gospel concert. One could not differentiate denominations, as all the patrons were in one accord, putting denominational issues aside and giving praise and in one voice, proclaiming the power of Jesus Christ.

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  7. Empathy for WaterhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | The Gleaner

    Waterhouse's Damarley Samuels heads the ball as he is challenged from behind by Boys' Town's Daemion Benjamin, during a Red Stripe Premier League football match at Waterhouse Mini Stadium in September 2013. Waterhouse recently pulled out of the Caribbean Football Union Club Championship.

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  8. Stop treating us like the forgotten middle childRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | The Gleaner

    Many residents of Lucea, Hanover, are lamenting the fact that over the decades, stakeholders in the seaside town have not managed to develop facilities to encourage tourists to stop there while traversing the town on their way to neighbouring Negril. "Lucea is positioned between two of Jamaica's biggest tourism areas - Montego Bay and Negril.

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  9. Special-needs institutions to get boost through Digicel Foundation 5KRead the original story

    Monday Apr 27 | The Gleaner

    Twelve special-needs institutions and schools are expected to offer more to students and parents with proceeds received from the 2014 Digicel Foundation 5K Run/Walk. Proceeds of J$6.9 million were recently distributed to partners in the special-needs sector following the annual fundraiser.

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  10. Lucea falling for want of good leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | The Gleaner

    Despite producing many influential national leaders over the years, stakeholders in Lucea, Hanover, think the town is currently suffering from a deficiency of quality leadership, which is stifling its prospects in terms of attracting investments and luring tourists. "We live in a town that is really neglected.

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  11. Hanover thinking high gradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | The Gleaner

    The projection of a local multibillion-dollar ganja and hemp industry, which could provide a financial panacea for Jamaica's economic woes, has been described as a pipe dream by Dr David Stair, the custos of Hanover. Phillip Paulwell, minister of science, technology, energy and mining, has set his sights on at least US$1 billion per annum flowing into government coffers from the ganja industry when it comes on stream.

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  12. Call for Action Investigation: Extradition of Overseas CrooksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | KKTV

    These two men from Montego Bay, Jamaica are now behind bars in Florida. They both confessed to ripping off seniors, getting them to pay thousands of dollars in bogus fees, for sweepstakes prizes that were nothing but lies.

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  13. Taxi operator allegedly hits policeman with carRead the original story

    Monday Apr 27 | The Gleaner

    A St James taxi operator accused of hitting a policeman with his vehicle while evading the lawman's attempts to give him a traffic ticket was again remanded on Wednesday following the revelation that he had previously been issued over 150 traffic tickets. Kelvin Stewart is charged before the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court with dangerous driving, assaulting a police officer, unlawful wounding, resisting arrest, and failing to report an accident.

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  14. Harbour View stay in the huntRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | Jamaica Observer

    Ranique Muir's second-half strike kept alive Harbour View FC's hopes of making the semi-finals after their 1-0 win over Tivoli Gardens FC at the Harbour View Mini-Stadium yesterday. With the win fifth-placed Harbour View moved to 49 points from 32 games, just a point behind fourth-placed Humble Lion FC, who drew 2-2 with title holders Montego Bay United at the WesPow Park in St James.

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  15. Live a 'Grace'-ful lifeRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 26 | The Gleaner

    The first winner of a Nissan car in the 'Grace on the Move' campaign, Louise Bryan of St Catherine has found it difficult to conceal her joy since being presented with the keys to her new 2015 Nissan Versa. It was her first time entering the competition and the mother of two, is still elated that with only one entry she was selected.

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  16. Public Defender to establish office in Western JamaicaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | The Gleaner

    Arlene Harrison Henry, Jamaica's first female Public Defender, in her first public speaking engagement since taking up office in January, made the announcement at a Jamaica Association of Administrative Professionals luncheon at the Seawind Beach Club last Thursday. The new offices will be opened by September 2015, at the current Independent Commission of Investigation location in Montego Bay.

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  17. Flow doing it big at MoBay City RunRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 26 | The Gleaner

    The 5K circuit has ballooned over the years, encouraging Jamaicans to run for a cause and get fit while doing it. Corporate giant Flow joined the fitness revolution and for the second year running is a major sponsor of the MoBay City Run.

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  18. Second-string Arnett go on goal spreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | The Gleaner

    Arnett Gardens' Michaelos Martin tries to get around Cavalier SC goalkeeper Devon Haughton during their Red Stripe Premier League football encounter at Stadium East yesterday. Arnett won 5-2.

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  19. Fisher - targets 9.8Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | The Gleaner

    Andrew Fisher of the University of Technology powering home in the men's 100 metres final at the NCB Inter-collegiate Championships at the National Stadium last month. Fisher clocked 10.18 seconds.

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  20. St Elizabeth roadwork a good start, says AzanRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Jamaica Observer

    All agreed that the $10 million allocated for patching work on the badly scoured Jointwood Road, which links Maggotty to Elderslie in North West St Elizabeth, "is just a drop in the bucket". But junior minister for Works, Richard Azan, and local political representatives also agreed that it is "a start and better than nothing".

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