• Government announces multi-billion dollar patching programme

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced that road work be conducted in all sixty-three constituencies across Jamaica, with immediate effect. Speaking
  • PNP attempt to block NIDS bill passage

    Opposition Leader Dr. Peter Phillips is seeking to pass a motion to have the National Identification System (NIDS) bill withdrawn, and placed before a
  • Over 140 families affected by crime

    Some 143 families in Jamaica have had a family member murdered by someone, who is on bail for another serious crime. That’s according to National
  • Govt declares boundaries for Cockpit Country

    Prime Minister, Andrew Holness has declared the boundaries of the Cockpit Country, that will be protected under the law. Mr. Holness says, the area to be
  • Reggae Girls ready to roll in CFU Under 20 Championship

    Jamaica’s under 20 Reggae Girls will open their account at the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) under 20 women’s championship in st Kitts on Wednesday.
  • Entertainment industry emotional over Ninja Man’s guilty verdict

    Ninja Man’s guilty verdict has spiral a string of emotions among industry players. Some members of the entertainment fraternity believe that the veteran
  • Sizzla sparks social chatter with car stunts

    Sizzla’s recent antics have triggered more concerns, while others laud the entertainer calling his actions “dope.” In a video making the rounds on social
  • Three FIFA officials banned

    Richard Lai of Guam, Julio Rocha of Nicaragua and Venezuela’s Rafael Esquivel have been banned for life by football’s world governing body FIFA after they
  • Chris Gayle scores second half century in Bangladesh T/20 Premier League

    Chris  Gayle  hit  his  second  half  century  in  two  days……a quick-fire  51……as  his  team  Rangpur  Riders  registered  a 
  • Young people facing issues need help-CDA

    Children’s Advocate Diahann Gordon-Harrison says there needs to be a greater thrust to get adequate help for young people facing chronic issues. The
  • Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe Resigns

    The streets of Zimbabwe have been turned into makeshift dance halls, as hundreds of thousands have turned out to celebrate the resignation of President

OCG calls for probe of contracts awarded in MP Lisa Hanna’s SE St Ann seat

by November 22nd, 2017
OCG calls for probe of contracts awarded in MP Lisa Hanna’s SE St Ann seat
The Office of the Contractor General, OCG has referred the matter regarding the award of contracts by Member of Parliament for South

Government announces multi-billion dollar patching programme

by November 22nd, 2017
Government announces multi-billion dollar patching programme
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced that road work be conducted in all sixty-three constituencies across Jamaica, with

Reggae Girls ready to roll in CFU Under 20 Championship

by November 21st, 2017
Reggae Girls ready to roll in CFU Under 20 Championship
Jamaica’s under 20 Reggae Girls will open their account at the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) under 20 women’s championship in st

Three FIFA officials banned

by November 21st, 2017
Three FIFA officials banned
Richard Lai of Guam, Julio Rocha of Nicaragua and Venezuela’s Rafael Esquivel have been banned for life by football’s world governing

Entertainment industry emotional over Ninja Man’s guilty verdict

by November 21st, 2017
Entertainment industry emotional over Ninja Man’s guilty verdict
Ninja Man’s guilty verdict has spiral a string of emotions among industry players. Some members of the entertainment fraternity believe

Sizzla sparks social chatter with car stunts

by November 21st, 2017
Sizzla sparks social chatter with car stunts
Sizzla’s recent antics have triggered more concerns, while others laud the entertainer calling his actions “dope.” In a video making