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A woman has gained a large online following after sharing reviews of toilets. Rachel Dixon is known as 'Mrs. Loo Review' to her friends and has shared her thoughts on 119 toilets in restaurants, pubs, entertainment venues and shops across...

A woman that had been denied a liver transplant was found to have a rare condition where the body brewed alcohol. The 61-year-old woman, who has not been named, went to hospital in Pennsylvania in a bid to get on the waiting list for a transplant...

The world's most vile foods are exhibited at a museum in Germany. The Museum of Disgusting Food in Berlin gives visitors the chance to sample cheese encrusted with living maggots and a bitter liqueur sourced from the anal glands of a beaver....

GENEVA (ILO News) – Ten years after the adoption of an historic International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention that confirmed their labour rights, domestic workers are still fighting for recognition as workers and essential service...

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then it is likely the cartoonist’s pen, chock full of underlying meaning and different ways of seeing an issue, maybe worth so many more. Take a look at this week past’s lineup of cartoons as...

The twists and turns in the saga of the George Wright story seems to have an end nobody can predict. After resigning from the Jamaica Labour Party, the party upon which he won the Westmoreland Central seat, and seemingly immune from being removed...

When Beenie Man and Bounty Killer destroyed a VS stage to re-ignite the fire that is dancehall in the global space, many thought ‘we better run with this momentum because it doesn’t get any better’. Well, maybe it can. Maybe...

Stories of cops falling victim to the long tentacles of corruption and even becoming the purveyors of that corruption aren’t new. But a cop becoming the symbol of violence by being found to be the head of a criminal organisation, a gang, is...

When Prime Minister Andrew Holness called on Dancehall artistes to do better, pointing the finger at them as one of the problems exacerbating Jamaica’s crime problem, he drew the ire of many of the industry’s leaders. Now the parliament...

Last week George Wright, despite saying he still believes in the philosophies of the Jamaica Labour Party, resigned from the organisation. That statement in his resignation letter begs the question of while he should now be considered a member of...
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