Sun | Apr 19, 2015

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"It is my intention to apply for a spirit licence to sell rum, gin, brandy and other distilled spirit at the next court session" is a sign a seen so often at bars, pubs and taverns across the island that many believe it is a necessary part of the...

One of the island's top secondary schools, Kingston College (KC), begins the celebration of its 90th anniversary today with a church service at the Kingston Parish Church, starting at 10:30 a.m. The internationally acclaimed KC Chapel Choir will be...

After two years of preparing this column I am very grateful for your continued support, and this week I want to tell you about the surveyor's notice and its relevance in the land surveying practice.When a commissioned land surveyor is conducting any...

Dr Georgio Piccolo hails from Bologna, Italy. He is an economist, but foremost, a bioethicist who studies the application of natural and spiritual laws in our daily lives.He had gone to the right place: Ateneo Pontifico Regina Apostolorum, in Rome,...

April 16, 1925 marks the founding of Kingston College (KC), and 90 years to that date students at the all-boys institution lined the length of North Street for a historic march to the site where the school was first established.The sea of khaki...

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller this afternoon visited grieving relatives of the three teenage boys and the 35-year-old man who were shot and killed execution style in the Monymusk Housing Scheme in Clarendon on Wednesday. Simpson Miller told...

The police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a teen mother and her seven-month-old daughter both of whom have been reported missing since yesterday. They have been identified as 16-year-old Natasha Chambers and her daughter...

There were glowing tributes today for noted journalist Lovelette Brooks. Brooks died last Tuesday after a long battle with breast cancer. There were tears and laughter as relatives and friends paid tribute to her during a thanksgiving service held...

Industry and Investment Minister Anthony Hylton is to lead a group of Jamaican private sector leaders on a trade mission to Cuba. The group will include the presidents of the Jamaica Exporters’ Association and the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce...
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