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The lawmen in St Elizabeth say that no one speaks about the crimes that take place on the shores. There is a "what happens at sea, stays at sea" code. They say it is hard to prevent illegal guns and drugs from entering the island, and...

Fixing the education crisis The findings of Patterson's commission are no doubt alarming and should be of great concern to especially parents. This report, along with the reform of Jamaica’s education sector, needs to be scrutinised by...

Help needed for JUTC The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) has reported more than 300 attacks in the last three years. Drivers seeking to complete their jobs are often attacked or extorted. There seems to be little intervention in hotspot areas...

The Rotary Clubs of Montego Bay, at an historic meeting, recently welcomed its special guest, Delma Maduro, District Governor (7020 District) and her husband Audley Maduro. This reception also witnessed the induction of the first Corporate Member...

It was an evening of celebration for Professor Keith Barrington Jones, who was feted at his 90th birthday party at Mae’s Place in Pembroke Hall, Kingston last weekend. Jones, Jamaica’s first virologist who formulated the typhoid vaccine in the...

Salada Foods Jamaica, who embodies its mantra, 'Rise Up and Support Jamaica', marked International Coffee Day and the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with a donation of $100,000 to the Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS). Salada Foods,...

International Coffee Day, officially established on October 1, 2015, is a day set aside to celebrate coffee and the people who produce it including farmers, baristas, cafes and everyone in-between. Across the world, coffee houses and their ilk,...

JMMB Group Limited, recently hosted its annual general meeting at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in the interest of transparency and fostering continued investor confidence. The company shared its financial performance, key achievements, and its...

“Proud to represent the brand of Jamaica, we aim to continue to serve exotic flavoured wines made from locally grown fruits right here in Jamaica,” is a statement made on a brochure being distributed by Journeys End Wine Company Limited, located...

Dior is facing widespread criticism for an advertising campaign that Native Americans say perpetuates stereotypes. The new ad for the Dior men's fragrance called Sauvage, has sparked outrage for its use of Native American culture and symbols. The...
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