'An angel called Heather' - Little-White remembered

She did not enter the world in a white flowing gown with wings as angels are usually depicted; however, Lenny Little-White is convinced that the little sister his mother gave him when he was five years old, was the angel she promised him weeks before Heather was born.

Power in the water - Government looks to hydroelectricity as search intensifies for cheaper light bills

The Government seems set to spend just over US$1 million to conduct yet another study on the possibility of using the country's rivers to generate more electricity despite the many studies already done.

Billions blocked ... as US firm jumps hoops to set up waste to energy plant in Jamaica

An American firm hoping to spend US$700 million (J$65 billion) to set up waste-to-energy plants in Jamaica could walk away from the project. Green Waste Energy says while it has not yet given up on Jamaica, it is becoming frustrated.

Lensley Wolfe hospitalised

Former Chief Justice Lensley Wolfe was admitted to hospital last Friday after he collapsed.

Suspect in teenager's murder held

The main suspect in the murder of 16-year-old Martha Byrowe of Albion, Manchester, is now in police custody.

Pandohie to leave Carreras

Carreras Limited has confirmed that Marcus Steele is to replace Richard Pandohie as its managing director effective March 1. Pandohie has been promoted to another role within the British American Tobacco (BAT) Group, paving the way for Steele to assume the position.

Serious money for intensive care - Hospitals want user fee return

Already under the strain of too-meagre finances, the Intensive Care Units (ICU) of the island's hospitals must continue to bear the mounting costs to keep critically ill persons requiring specialised treatment alive.

Good neighbours Telecoms firms show love on Valentine's Day

The LIME Foundation, LIME Employee Volunteers and members of Chambers of God International teamed up to show a little love to more than 200 homeless persons in downtown Kingston.

Clean up begins after meteor explosion

A small army of workers set to work yesterday to replace the estimated 200,000 square metres of windows shattered by the shock wave from a meteor that exploded over Russia's Chelyabinsk region last Friday.

Jesse Jackson Jr facing prison time

The prospect of prison looms over former United States (US) congressman Jesse Jackson Jr and his wife after they agreed to plead guilty to charges in an alleged scheme to spend $750,000 in campaign funds on personal items.

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