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Rumours have surfaced that dancehall group voicemail is splitting after one member decided to do a name change and both are currently working on separate projects.Kevin Blair didn’t confirm nor deny the split to Music News but...
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Controversial dancehall deejay Alkaline is set to perform at the Jamzone Summer Break in Guyana but an outreach organization has made it clear that they don’t want the deejay performing...
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All is now set for tomorrow's kickoff of Group 1 of the Caribbean Football Union qualifying round of the FIFA Under 17 World Cup qualifying tournament at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in...
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Grief and agony have gripped the community of Lewis near Priory in St Ann, after a baby boy was killed by a man said to be of unsound mind.Dead is two-year-old Jahiem Cooper, also called Jay of Lewis...
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Immediate past president of the Jamaica Teachers Association (JTA) Dr Mark Nicely has promised that every effort will be made to resolve internally the issue surrounding the post of president elect...
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A red hot Shakira Duncan hit the back of the net four times while strike partner Donnakay Henry scored a hat-trick, as Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz hammered Bermuda 9-1 last night at the Ato Boldon Stadium...
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World Championship Bronze medallist Nester Carter left the track smoking and Commonwealth Games silver medallist Novlene Williams -Mills produced a brilliant display to stave off a late American rush...
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Veteran trade unionist, Danny Robert has accused the Jamaican government of joining a global campaign to destabilize and demoralize teachers' unions across the world to achieve economic growth.Mr...
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