Category: Latest_MA

Thousands Descend Upon National Stadium for Buju’s ‘Long Walk to Freedom’

Thousands of patrons gathered at the National Stadium on Saturday night, to witness history in the making as Reggae heavy-weight Buju Banton celebrated his Long Walk...

Kingston’s ‘Who’s Who’ Shower Buju’s #LWTF with Positive Reviews

Several prominent Jamaicans are giving positive reviews of the first performance before a live audience in nearly a decade by Grammy award winning Jamaican and...

Arthur Williams Appointed High Commissioner to Trinidad & Tobago

Former Senator and attorney-at-law, Arthur Williams, has been appointed Jamaica’s next High Commissioner-designate to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The...

Courts on Track to Clear Backlog in 6yrs

Chief Justice Bryan Sykes, says Jamaica’s courts are on track to clear the backlog in the system within six years. He made the comments during an address to the...

Criminals Run Riot in Mobay, Killing 4

Criminals went on a murderous rampage in St. James yesterday morning, killing four people in just under an hour. That’s in addition to the body of a woman, which was...

Conflicting Polls Ahead of East Portland By-Election

Two polls, two different results, as the race for East Portland heats up. A poll commissioned by the People’s National Party (PNP) shows its candidate-elect, Damion...

IMF Laud’s Latest Stimulus Budget

The International Monetary Fund (IMF’s) Mission Chief to Jamaica, Dr. Uma Ramakrishnan, is praising the budget tabled in parliament last week by Finance Minister,...

Thwaites Blasts Reid’s WhatsApp Controversy as ‘Fascist & Anti-Democratic’

Opposition Spokesman on Education, Reverend Ronald Thwaites, is labelling comments by Education Minister, Senator Ruel Reid as fascist, authoritarian and...

Financial Sector Optimistic Following Tabling of Stimulus Budget

President of the Realtors Association Of Jamaica, Andrew James, is issuing a rallying cry to potential investors across to Jamaica to Invest NOW! His exhortation comes...

Jamaicans Account for Majority of Lottery Scamming Cases – USDOJ

The US Department of Justice, DOJ, says most of its lottery scam related cases over the last year relate to Jamaicans. The revelation comes on the same day, the DOJ...