• Jamaica records 18 new Covid-19 cases

    Jamaica recorded 18 new cases of Covid-19 yesterday, (August 12). The new cases bring the island’s tally to 1065. They consist of nine females and nine
  • Jamaica records 14th Covid-19 death, 20 new cases recorded yesterday

    Jamaica has recorded another Covid-19 related death, pushing the tally to fourteen. The deceased is a 37-year-old male from St. Catherine. The case is a
  • Local Government calls meeting to discuss events breaching protocols

    The recent relaxation in the entertainment industry could soon be recalled, following the Ministry of Local Government’s report that over 700 events have
  • Toots and The Maytals for Grammy Museum Digital Public Program

    Veteran reggae group Toots and the Maytals, will this month be highlighted in the next round of the Recording Academy’s Grammy Museum, digital initiatives,
  • Tommy Lee Sparta tribunal postponed, Sparta deejay remains behind bars

    In two days, it will be one month since dancehall entertainer Tommy Lee Sparta has been in lock-up, and the entertainer will have to spend at least another
  • Shaggy, Marcia Griffiths, Ken Boothe to receive Reggae Icon Awards

    Grammy-winning dancehall entertainer Shaggy, and veteran reggae singers Marcia Griffiths, and Ken Boothe, will on Thursday be presented with the Jamaica
  • “Emancipate yourself from Mental Slavery” – Spice weighs in on controversial Supreme court ruling

    Dancehall deejay Spice is the latest entertainer to weigh in following the controversial Supreme court ruling last Friday in support of a child with
  • Bunny Wailer remains hospitalized in stable condition

    Two weeks after being hospitalized, the legendary Bunny ‘Jah B’ Wailer is in stable condition in the hospital. The 73-year-old was admitted to the hospital
  • Jamaica records 2 more Covid-19 related deaths

    Two more persons have died from the Coronavirus, Covid-19 in the island. The new deaths which were recorded yesterday (August 2) are a 64-year-old male
  • Five new Covid-19 cases recorded within the last 24 hours

    The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases recorded in Jamaica has moved up to 842. This, as five new cases were recorded in the last 24 hours (July 26). All
  • Jamaica Festival Song 2020 Album makes iTunes Reggae Albums Chart

    The 2020 Jamaica Festival Song Album dubbed ‘Jamaica Festival 2020 Song Competition,’ has made its way to the Top 15 on the iTunes Reggae Albums Chart. An

Annotto Bay Hospital investigating sudden death of medical intern

by August 13th, 2020
Annotto Bay Hospital investigating sudden death of medical intern
The Annotto Bay Hospital in St. Mary is investigating the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of a Junior Doctor who collapsed

Toddler among three family members killed in accident in St. James

by August 13th, 2020
Toddler among three family members killed in accident in St. James
A toddler is among three family members killed in a fatal accident in St. James on Tuesday (August 11). They have been identified as

US Open organizers says staging the Grand Slam event event without spectators is “highly unlikely”.

by April 17th, 2020
US Open organizers says staging the Grand Slam event  event without spectators is “highly unlikely”.
US Open organizers said on Thursday they are planning for the Grand Slam event to go ahead as scheduled and that an event without

Top Swimmers participate in the latest staging of the Carifta virtual workout session

by April 16th, 2020
Top Swimmers participate in the latest staging of the Carifta virtual workout session
A number of the region’s top youth swimmers were on hand, via zoom video conference, to participate in the latest staging of the

Local Government calls meeting to discuss events breaching protocols

by August 5th, 2020
Local Government calls meeting to discuss events breaching protocols
The recent relaxation in the entertainment industry could soon be recalled, following the Ministry of Local Government’s report that

Toots and The Maytals for Grammy Museum Digital Public Program

by August 5th, 2020
Toots and The Maytals for Grammy Museum Digital Public Program
Veteran reggae group Toots and the Maytals, will this month be highlighted in the next round of the Recording Academy’s Grammy Museum,