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MOSCOW (AP):By starting their World Cup with a win, Senegal also saved Africa from embarrassment in the tournament.The continent was facing the prospect of a worst-ever World Cup start before Senegal beat Poland yesterday. The 2-1 victory was the...

Hello, mi neighbour! By listening to people's conversations you understand why there is so much strife among people. Many persons do not apply wisdom to their exchanges. They don't know when to speak, when to be silent; when to say what, and what to...

Excerpts from the presentation by Dr Horace Chang, minister of national security.SITUATIONAL ANALYSISWe ended the year 2015 with 1,208 cases of murder, which rose to 1,354 in 2016, and 1,616 in 2017. This worrying trend continued into 2018, with 61...

The United Kingdom (UK) government has affirmed its commitment to helping Jamaican and other migrants affected by the Windrush Generation crisis. UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid, in a meeting yesterday with Jamaica's Minister of State in the...

The Government is to install 1,000 closed-circuit televisions (CCTVs) in strategic locations islandwide by year-end. The CCTVs will be integrated in the monitoring system of the ‘JamaicaEye’ initiative by the Ministry of National...

The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) is reminding registered voters that the deadline to apply for a transfer of voter registration is next week Thursday, June 29.  Applications submitted by June 29 will be completed for the...

Consultant, Emergency Health and Director at the Heart Foundation of Jamaica (HFJ) Dr Hugh Wong is reminding school administrators to ensure that active students, such as athletes, are screened to ascertain risk for sudden cardiac arrest. Wong was...

Mayor of Kingston Senator Delroy Williams says the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation is reviewing options for securing markets and making them more fire resistant. Williams says the perennial problem has become a burden on the public...

A Trelawny woman remains in police custody on suspicion of breaches of the Firearms Act following her arrest in Falmouth in the parish on Sunday, June 17. Arrangements are being made for the woman to be interviewed in the presence of her attorney....

Shadow Minister of Energy Phillip Paulwell says the resignation of the Jamaican directors of the state-run oil refinery Petrojam is a step in the right direction but does not go far enough in addressing the corruption and deepening crisis at the...
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