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Defending champion St Jago chalked up their third straight in zone F' in the ISSA all Island School Girls Football League with a three nil win over Immaculate High School yesterday.National under 15 player Sydonnie Clarke netted...
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Legendary former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd has dismissed suggestions that the Caribbean side has become overly dependent on ace opener Chris Gayle and also downplayed the argument that the...
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Former West Indies Cricket Board President Sir Wes Hall, has described as “torrentially tasteless” the controversial re-tweet regarding champion batsman Chris Gayle, by current board president Dave...
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Workers at the work-site of the Moon Palace Jamaica Grande Resort in Ocho Rios, St. Ann, walked-off the job, over wage issues today, for the second time in as many months.The workers put down their...
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Grief has overwhelmed the Donald Quarry High School in St. Andrew, following the gruesome murder of a grade eight student, this morning (March 3).Dead is 14-year-old Kayalicia Simpson of Newland,...
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Sean Paul’s 2003 Billboard chart-topper, Get Busy, will be featured in the upcoming animation flick Home, slated for release on March 27.Home, based on the 2007 Adam Rex's children's...
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Curly Lox of the dynamic duo Twin of Twins is set to release his debut novel titled The Road to Zion.The book which chronicles his journey, the death of his son Zion and more will be available...
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Finance Minister Dr Peter Phillips says despite a shortfall in revenues, the country is on the right economic footing.The finance minister was giving his opening remarks at the start of the meeting...
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