Kalilah Reynolds

Food Prices Up by Nearly 3% in November

Food prices rose by nearly 3% in November. That’s according to the latest All Jamaica Consumer Price Index, released yesterday by the Statistical Institute of...

‘Welcome to Montego Bay’ Sign Officially Open

The ‘Welcome to Montego Bay’ sign officially opened over the weekend. Senior Strategist in the Tourism Ministry, Delano Seiveright says the sign was...

J’cans Should Be Concerned That Gov’t Has Borrowed Millions From China – US Ambassador

US Ambassador to Jamaica, Donald Tapia, says Jamaicans should be concerned that the country has borrowed hundreds of millions of dollars from China to build a road that...

7 Westmoreland Fishermen Missing Since Last Friday

Seven fishermen have been missing since last Friday. They are; Captain – Wilton Swaby, Everett Blair, Aldean Blair, Owen Wright, Ricardo Samuels, Clive Tomlinson...

Jamaica Urged to Consider Renegotiating Some Chinese Loans

A Zimbabwean professor with expertise on China’s relationship with Africa, is urging the Jamaican government to consider renegotiating some of its contracts with...

One Man in Custody Following Gun and Ammo Seizure in Baillieston, Clarendon

Members of a Police/military team arrested one man in relation to the seizure of a firearm and several rounds of ammunition in Boothe Town, Baillieston, Clarendon on...

Miss Universe Jamaica Franchise Defends Controversial ‘Annie Palmer-Inspired’ National Costume

The Miss Universe Jamaica Organization has come out in defense of Miss Jamaica’s controversial national costume. The costume depicted Annie Palmer, a white slave...

South Africa’s Zozibini Tunzi is Miss Universe 2019

Several Jamaicans on social media are hailing the victory of South Africa in last night’s Miss Universe pageant, as a win for black people around the world. South...

PSOJ Calls for Bipartisan Support of New NIDS Bill

Chairman of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica’s Digital Transformation and Innovation Committee, Chris Reckord, says he wants to see both sides of the...

PNP Says it Can’t Verify that RADA Spent $1.6-Billion in St. Thomas

Opposition Spokesman on Agriculture, Victor Wright, is admitting that he doesn’t know for sure that some $1.6-billion allegedly issued in debushing contracts in...