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  • Cat Coore thankful after successful surgery

    Stephen Cat Coore of the legendary Reggae Band Third World is moving to reassure fans that he had a successful surgery. Speaking with Music News today
  • “Bring back the Reggae category” says Beenie Man in social media message to MOBO organizers

    King of the Dancehall Beenie Man is calling for the organizers of the MOBO Awards to bring back the Reggae category, and give Dancehall its own category. 
  • Maxi Priest, Richie Stephens, I-Octane, and more wish Freddie McGregor a speedy recovery

    Maxi Priest, Richie Stephens, and I-Octane are some of the entertainers wishing legendary Reggae singer Freddie McGregor a speedy recovery after he
  • Elderly woman perishes in fire in St. James

    An elderly woman perished in a fire at her home in Go Piece Lane, Salt Spring, St. James, this morning (December 2).   She has been identified as
  • Man killed in crash in Clarendon crash, last evening

    A man was killed in a motor vehicle crash along the Hayes main road in Clarendon, last evening (December 1).   He has been identified as Neville Peart
  • First of 5 electric buses for the JUTC arrive in the island

    The first of 5 electric buses, acquired by the government for the Jamaica Urban Transit Company, JUTC, arrived in the island last week and is being
  • Belgium’s coach Roberto Martinez steps down following his side’s World Cup first-round exit

    Belgium coach Roberto Martinez stepped down following his side’s World Cup first-round exit earlier today, saying he had made the decision to end his
  • German-Jamaican Tennis player Dustin Brown, listed to compete in South Africa this weekend

    German-Jamaican Tennis Player Dustin Brown, famous for ousting Rafael Nadal during The second round of Wimbledon In 2015 is listed Among Several Tennis
  • Some schools revert to online classes due to planned protests by transport operators

    At least two schools reverted to online classes today (December 1), after some transport operators announced plans for a protest.   Reports are that
  • Education Transformation Oversight Committee reports progress in implementation of recommendations under 2021 Orlando Patterson ‘Reform of Education in Jamaica’ report

    Chairman of the Education Transformation Oversight Committee, Dr. Adrian Stokes is reporting that progress has been made with the implementation of the
  • Private Sector Organization says injurious crashes cost Jamaica’s public health system an estimated 4 to 5 billion dollars annually

    Injurious crashes cost the country’s public health system an estimated 4 to 5 billion dollars annually.   Vice President of the Private Sector

JLP mourns death of former MP for Westmoreland Central, Russell Hammond

by December 3rd, 2022
JLP mourns death of former MP for Westmoreland Central, Russell Hammond
The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has expressed sadness at the passing of former Member of Parliament for Westmoreland Central, Russell

MP for Manchester NW, Mikael Phillips says focus should be placed on getting more toddlers enrolled in early childhood institutions

by December 3rd, 2022
MP for Manchester NW, Mikael Phillips says focus should be placed on getting more toddlers enrolled in early childhood institutions
Member of Parliament for Manchester North Western, Mikael Phillips said focus should be placed on getting more toddlers enrolled in

Belgium’s coach Roberto Martinez steps down following his side’s World Cup first-round exit

by December 1st, 2022
Belgium’s coach Roberto Martinez steps down following his side’s World Cup first-round exit
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez stepped down following his side’s World Cup first-round exit earlier today, saying he had made the

German-Jamaican Tennis player Dustin Brown, listed to compete in South Africa this weekend

by December 1st, 2022
German-Jamaican Tennis player Dustin Brown, listed to compete in South Africa this weekend
German-Jamaican Tennis Player Dustin Brown, famous for ousting Rafael Nadal during The second round of Wimbledon In 2015 is listed

Cat Coore thankful after successful surgery

by December 2nd, 2022
Cat Coore thankful after successful surgery
Stephen Cat Coore of the legendary Reggae Band Third World is moving to reassure fans that he had a successful surgery. Speaking with

“Bring back the Reggae category” says Beenie Man in social media message to MOBO organizers

by December 2nd, 2022
“Bring back the Reggae category” says Beenie Man in social media message to MOBO organizers
King of the Dancehall Beenie Man is calling for the organizers of the MOBO Awards to bring back the Reggae category, and give Dancehall
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