'We're sorry' Commissioner regrets St Ann police shooting
Commissioner of Police Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin has apologised for Wednesday night's unfortunate police shooting in Lodge, St Ann, that left a cop and four civilians, including a 10-month-old baby...
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St Mary mourns businesswoman's passing
Hundreds of persons turned out at the Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Port Maria, St Mary, on Monday to bid farewell to the late Cecelia Chung, a businesswoman and philanthropist who made significant strides in...
The buzz about farming
Bee farmer enjoys success from expansion
"You can make it if you try," those are the words of 35-year-old Donald Walker as he reflected on the remarkable success he has had as a result of agriculture.
Brown snares three ... but defiant Banks pushes Leewards towards decent total
BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC): Omari Banks stroked an unbeaten half century for the Leeward Islands against Jamaica on the opening day of their first-round WICB four-day regional match yesterday.Choosing to bat, the Leewards reached 235 for six at stumps...
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Music for a purpose
There is no denying the crowd-pulling power of Jamaican music, at home and overseas. However, within Jamaica, far too often music events which pull in the larger crowds have generated as much negative publicity because of lyrical or literal violence as they have provided excitement for those who attend.
Pulse's Jeneil Williams in global fashion mode
After being tipped by Italian Vogue in their 'black girls' issue as one of the hottest new faces in fashion, Pulse supermodel Jeneil Williams is demonstrating her bona fide star qualities with a series of exclusive jobs for German, French and North American fashion and technology clients.
LET'S talk ... life: Sleep aid
Dear Counsellor: I have developed a sleep problem and it is getting worse. I have difficulty falling asleep and I wake up frequently in the nights.
Heel! Down, boy! Stilettos still have tails wagging
They're pointed, perhaps five inches tall and imbue some women with unflappable confidence - even cockiness to boot. From glammed-up working girls to office femmes fatale, stilettos have transformed introverts into go-getters and prudes into hot tamales.
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