Teams coming to Jamaica next Monday, for Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf ‘Champs’
Teams coming to Jamaica next Monday, for Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf ‘Champs’

Teams will start arriving in Jamaica as of next Monday, July 1 for the 36th staging of  the Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championship.

Cabinet to know results of investigations in deaths of newborn and elderly woman at public health facilities
Cabinet to know results of investigations in deaths of newborn and elderly woman at public health facilities

Representatives from the Health Ministry are to present the results of investigations they conducted into two recent incidents, which occurred at public health facilities in Clarendon and Trelawny, in cabinet today.

The incidents resulted in the deaths of a newborn and an elderly woman at the May Pen

PNP calls on agriculture minister to address soft yam disease crisis
PNP calls on agriculture minister to address soft yam disease crisis

The opposition People's National Party is calling on Agriculture Minister Floyd Green to address urgently, what it says is the escalating soft yam disease crisis that is impacting Jamaica’s agricultural sector, severely.

Last month, the ministry said it was carrying out investigations into certain unusual

West Indies crash out of ICC Men’s T/20 World Cup after losing to South Africa
West Indies crash out of ICC Men’s T/20 World Cup after losing to South Africa

South Africa are through to the T/20 World Cup semi-finals after a tense three-wicket win on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) method over Co-hosts West Indies in a winner-takes-all Super 8s match on Sunday night at the Sir vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.

Holness says action will be taken against those who use social media for defamation
Holness says action will be taken against those who use social media for defamation

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says his administration has been tracking down those who use social media for defamation purposes, and action will be taken against them in short order.

Mr. Holness made the statement at a Jamaica Labour Party(JLP) youth conference in North East St Ann at the weekend.

Over 500 students granted special accommodations during PEP Exams
Over 500 students granted special accommodations during PEP Exams

Over 500 students were granted special accommodations to sit the Primary Exit Profile, PEP, Examinations, this year.

Education Minister Fayval Williams made the disclosure during a PEP results release press conference on Friday.

74 Y/O man suspected to have committed suicide in St. Mary
74 Y/O man suspected to have committed suicide in St. Mary

A 74-year-old man is suspected to have committed suicide at his home in Content, Retreat, St. Mary, this morning.
Reports are that at about 8:30 AM, Mr. Riggs was at home with family members when he complained of being sad.

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says design phase of damaged Ocho Rios Pier to be finalized soon
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says design phase of damaged Ocho Rios Pier to be finalized soon

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says in the coming days, engineers and consultants will finalize the design phase and start the reconstruction of the Ocho Rios Pier in St. Ann.

The Pier was damaged in February due to flooding caused by rough seas and strong winds.

Education Ministry to hire consultant to help obtain appropriate CCTV cameras for nation’s schools
Education Ministry to hire consultant to help obtain appropriate CCTV cameras for nation’s schools

The Education Ministry has made steps to hire a consultant to help in obtaining the appropriate closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras to enhance security at schools.

Mrs. Williams gave the update during a smartboard handing over ceremony at Bethabara Primary School in Newport, Manchester on Friday.

18YO carpenter to face court Friday to answer to charges stemming from triple murder along Windward Road, Kingston
18YO carpenter to face court Friday to answer to charges stemming from triple murder along Windward Road, Kingston

Richard Jonas, otherwise called 'Monkey Man' and 'Jellani' of Queensborough in Kingston is charged with three counts of murder, wounding with intent, possession of prohibited weapon, unauthorized possession of ammunition and three counts of conspiracy to commit murder.

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Teams coming to Jamaica next Monday, for Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf ‘Champs’
Cabinet to know results of investigations in deaths of newborn and elderly woman at public health facilities
PNP calls on agriculture minister to address soft yam disease crisis
West Indies crash out of ICC Men’s T/20 World Cup after losing to South Africa
Holness says action will be taken against those who use social media for defamation
Over 500 students granted special accommodations during PEP Exams
74 Y/O man suspected to have committed suicide in St. Mary
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says design phase of damaged Ocho Rios Pier to be finalized soon
Education Ministry to hire consultant to help obtain appropriate CCTV cameras for nation’s schools
18YO carpenter to face court Friday to answer to charges stemming from triple murder along Windward Road, Kingston
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Monday, June 24, 2024 Myesha Broadie News No comments
Representatives from the Health Ministry are to present the results of investigations they conducted into two recent incidents, which occurred at public health facilities in Clarendon and Trelawny, in cabinet today. The incidents resulted in the deaths of a newborn and an elderly woman at the May Pen and Falmouth hospitals respectively.
Monday, June 24, 2024 Myesha Broadie News No comments
The opposition People's National Party is calling on Agriculture Minister Floyd Green to address urgently, what it says is the escalating soft yam disease crisis that is impacting Jamaica’s agricultural sector, severely. Last month, the ministry said it was carrying out investigations into certain unusual conditions affecting yam crops across various regions.
Monday, June 24, 2024 Dwight Fraser Sports No comments
Teams will start arriving in Jamaica as of next Monday, July 1 for the 36th staging of  the Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championship.
Monday, June 24, 2024 Dwight Fraser Sports No comments
South Africa are through to the T/20 World Cup semi-finals after a tense three-wicket win on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) method over Co-hosts West Indies in a winner-takes-all Super 8s match on Sunday night at the Sir vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
Friday, June 21, 2024 K'Shema Francis-Pitt Entertainment No comments
International DJ Mix Master David is urging upcoming Dancehall entertainers to create music with topics that resonate with a global audience.
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“Let the music speak,” says reggae singer Kumar after being listed among the 10 entertainers shaping the sound of contemporary reggae, according to the Recording Academy, also known as the Grammys.