• New coffee regulations now in place

    Agriculture Minister Karl Samuda has announced that regulations are now in place to ensure that all coffee imported, packaged and sold locally, will be
  • Heavy rains in sections of Portland force some schools to close

    Chairman of the Portland Municipal Corporation Paul Thompson says, normality is returning to the parish following heavy rains which have been, lashing the
  • Ninja Man found GUILTY

    Ninja Man has been found GUILTY of the 2009 murder of Ricardo Johnson. Music News understands that Ninja Man and his son have been found guilty of murder
  • Dancehall For A Cause A Success Despite Police Lockoff

    Popular dancehall selector Niko Chromatic of Chromatic sound and his team are thankful, despite police pulling the plug on their charity event at 3am on
  • Florida State wins inaugural Jamaica Classic

    Freshman M.J. Walker scored 22 points and junior Terance Mann added 20 to lead Florida State to a 90-73 victory over Colorado State in the championship
  • JCF Admits Error Publishing Wrong Photo

    The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) has admitted that it made an error with a publication linked to a wanted man on Friday. This after the family of the
  • Alia Atkinson wins double gold in Singapore as 2017 World Cup Series ends

    Jamaican world record holder Alia Atkinson was a double medal winner at the final stop of the 2017 FINA/Airweave Swimming World Cup Series which concluded
  • 15 Killed in Stampede for Food in Morocco

    At least 15 people have been killed and several others wounded in a stampede in Morocco while food aid was distributed. The incident occurred in the town
  • Police taking zero tolerance approach to breaches of traffic laws during Christmas- DCP Blake

    Deputy Commissioner of Police Clifford Blake says traffic police will be taking a zero tolerance approach to breaches of the road traffic laws during the
  • Ninja Man awaits verdict

    Dancehall deejay Ninja Man will know his fate on Monday following almost a month long trial in the Home Circuit Court. The seven-member jury will
  • Curfew in Denham Town

    A curfew has been imposed in sections of Denham Town Zone of Special Operations. The curfew was enforced yesterday evening and will remain in effect until

DPP gives details of ninja man case

by November 20th, 2017
DPP gives details of ninja man case
Director of Public Prosecutions, Paula Llewellyn has revealed details of the crown’s arguments in the murder trial involving

New coffee regulations now in place

by November 20th, 2017
New coffee regulations now in place
Agriculture Minister Karl Samuda has announced that regulations are now in place to ensure that all coffee imported, packaged and sold

Florida State wins inaugural Jamaica Classic

by November 19th, 2017
Florida State wins inaugural Jamaica Classic
Freshman M.J. Walker scored 22 points and junior Terance Mann added 20 to lead Florida State to a 90-73 victory over Colorado State in

Alia Atkinson wins double gold in Singapore as 2017 World Cup Series ends

by November 19th, 2017
Alia Atkinson wins double gold in Singapore as 2017 World Cup Series ends
Jamaican world record holder Alia Atkinson was a double medal winner at the final stop of the 2017 FINA/Airweave Swimming World Cup

Ninja Man found GUILTY

by November 20th, 2017
Ninja Man found GUILTY
Ninja Man has been found GUILTY of the 2009 murder of Ricardo Johnson. Music News understands that Ninja Man and his son have been

Shaggy Launches Rae Town Clothing Line

by November 20th, 2017
Shaggy Launches Rae Town Clothing Line
International dancehall entertainer Shaggy is the latest Jamaican entertainer to venture into the apparel industry. Shaggy made the