• Elaine Thompson headlines the Paris Diamond League meeting on July 1

    Jamaica’s double Olympic sprint champion Elaine Thompson headlines the Paris Diamond League meeting on July 1. Thompson who has a world leading 10.78
  • Entertainer pulls knife on Fantan Mojah

    Fantan Mojah is accusing a fellow entertainer of pulling a knife on him on Sunday. According to video clip making the rounds on the internet, Fantan
  • Busy Signal secures US work permit

    “The game just changed” is how Busy Signal is responding following news that the dancehall deejay has secured his work permit to perform in the United
  • Grand Farewell for Germaine Mason

    The final farewell for 2008 Olympic silver medalist, Jamaican born British high jumper Germaine Mason was held on Sunday at the Hagley Park Road Seventh
  • Tifa Gets Her Body Contoured

    Female dancehall entertainer Tifa is the latest Jamaican celeb to admit to getting body alterations done. In a post on her official Instagram page, Tifa
  • Cabinet to receive preliminary figures for infrastructural damage

    The National Works Agency, NWA, says a preliminary figure on the damage to the country’s road infrastructure, is to be sent to cabinet. Several days
  • BOJ pleased about economic performance

    The Bank of Jamaica is upbeat about the performance of the economy. Governor of the Central Bank, Brian Wynter, has credited the improvements in the
  • Correctional Officer charged with assault at common law

    A correctional officer who is alleged to have shot his wife at their home in New Harbour Village, St. Catherine on Saturday, May 13, has been charged.
  • Henry to meet TA about concessions for taxis on bad roads

    Transport Minister Mike Henry says he will be meeting soon with the Transport Authority to discuss remedial measures for taxi operators due to route
  • Fire damages Knutsford depot in Mobay

    The Knutsford Express is in the process of assessing losses incurred following a fire at its airport pick up base in Montego Bay, St. James yesterday. The
  • Focus on monuments this Labour Day

    The government will be carrying out restoration work on several national monuments, as part of activities for Labour Day, which will be observed on

Road Clearing Efforts in Clarendon Moving Slower Than Anticipated

by May 22nd, 2017
Road Clearing Efforts in Clarendon Moving Slower Than Anticipated
The National Works Agency NWA says road clearing efforts in Northern Clarendon are moving slower than anticipated. Many roads in

Garbage Collection at 80% in All Parishes

by May 22nd, 2017
Garbage Collection at 80% in All Parishes
The National Solid Waste Management Authority, NSWMA, says garbage collection efforts are about 80 percent in all parishes,  following

Former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara to retire from first-class cricket

by May 23rd, 2017
Former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara to retire from first-class cricket
Former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara says he will retire from first-class cricket after this season. He scored more than 1,000

Elaine Thompson headlines the Paris Diamond League meeting on July 1

by May 22nd, 2017
Elaine Thompson headlines the Paris Diamond League meeting on July 1
Jamaica’s double Olympic sprint champion Elaine Thompson headlines the Paris Diamond League meeting on July 1. Thompson who has a world

Entertainer pulls knife on Fantan Mojah

by May 22nd, 2017
Entertainer pulls knife on Fantan Mojah
Fantan Mojah is accusing a fellow entertainer of pulling a knife on him on Sunday. According to video clip making the rounds on the

Busy Signal secures US work permit

by May 22nd, 2017
Busy Signal secures US work permit
“The game just changed” is how Busy Signal is responding following news that the dancehall deejay has secured his work permit to