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Former Windies Coach Tips England as Favourites in Home Test Series

Former head coach of the West Indies, Stuart Law, believes that England will be “red-hot favourites” going into next week’s first Test in Barbados....

A third of J’can Children 14yrs and Younger are Sexually Active – UNICEF

Thirty-three percent of children in Jamaica 14 years and younger say they’ve been sexually active. And half of those respondents admit they’ve also...

Buju Fans Disappointed Following Concert Launch No-Show

Reggae Artiste Buju Banton was not at last night’s launch of his highly anticipated Long Walk to Freedom concert. Just as quite a number of people weren’t...

Greene NOT Satisfied with Security at Public Health Facilities

Acting Regional Director of the Western Regional Health Authority (WRHA) Errol Greene is admitting he’s not satisfied with the level of security being provided at...

Paulwell Denies Being Compromised in Venezuela Controversy

Opposition Spokesman on Energy, Phillip Paulwell, is denying that the People’s National Party is compromised in the controversy about Venezuela and Jamaica...

Opposition Demands Foreign Minister Withdraw Comments about ‘Tripartite Discussions’

The Opposition People’s National Party is calling on the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Senator Kamina Johnson Smith, to immediately withdraw remarks she made while...

Traffic Ticketing System in Need of Overhaul

Both the Ministries of National Security and Justice agree that the country’s traffic ticketing system is dysfunctional and in need of an overhaul. The matter was...

Govt Stepping Up Security at Ft Augusta

The National Security Ministry is ramping up security at the South Camp Road Correctional Facility being used to house inmates previously held at the Fort Augusta Female...

Reggae Girlz Reap Big Rewards at CONCACAF Awards

Jamaica’s Hue Menzie walked away with the CONCACAF Coach of The Year award, today. He beat out USA’s Jill Ellis and Mexico’s under-17s coach Monica...

UNICEF Poll Reveals Worrying Level of Dengue Ignorance Among Youths

In a recent poll conducted by UNICEF Jamaica, 49-per cent of youth respondents say they did not know the symptoms associated with Dengue fever. Jamaica is currently in...