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JAMAICA added three more medals, including two gold on last night's second and final day of the 2nd IAAF World Relay Championships at the Thomas A Robinson Stadium in the Bahamas and went a far way ...

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Police Constables Keemo Walsh and Andualy Smith were best friends. Those close to the two said they went everywhere together. In fact, persons close to the dead cops said they were out celebrating a ...

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THE National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) has added particulate matter such as sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide to Benzene, among the poisonous pollutants that were spewed in copious am ...

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Mandeville, Manchester -- Banker Loven McCook who was returned as president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce at the organisation's recent Annual General Meeting has lamented the closure of tw ...

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YOUNG Madrid will carry the hopes of Portmore into the National Championships of the LIME National Street Futsal Competition after they defeated Knoxx Lane 3-2 on sudden death penalties in the paris ...

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CHEERLEADER, the hit single from singer Omi, is number one on the British pop chart. The Felix Jaehn remix of the song (released late last year) removed See You Again by American rapper Wiz Kha ...

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LATEST NEWS

Jamaica and US show steel at World Relays 11:29 PM

  NASSAU, Bahamas (AFP) - The United States and Jamaica showed off their amazing strength in track depth by dominating the second and final day of the IAAF World Relays on Su ... Read More

PHOTOS: The golden feeling, Jamaica's 4x200m gold medal winning team  9:16 PM
  KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica's 4x200m men's team easily won the event at the World Relay ...... Read More

GOLD! GOLD! GOLD - Jamaica's 4x100m women's team take gold at World Relays Champs  8:59 PM
    KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica's 4x100m women's team won the gold medal a short whi ...... Read More

GOLD! GOLD! GOLD - Jamaica's 4x200m men's team strike gold at World Relays Champs  8:33 PM
  KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica's 4x200m men's team won the gold medal seconds ago in the ...... Read More

Silver for Jamaica's 4x400m women's team  7:40 PM
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica's 4x400m team reaped silver a short while ago at the World Relay ...... Read More

Othneil Lawrence to represent JLP in North West St Ann  6:59 PM
ST ANN, Jamaica - The Jamaica Labour Party delegates of North West St Ann have spoken. Othneil ...... Read More

West Indies beat England by five wickets in third Test  4:43 PM
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AFP) - West Indies defeated England by five wickets late on the third d ...... Read More

Murder/suicide involving cops highlights 'temperament' of police, says Smith  4:28 PM
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Opposition spokesman on National Security Derrick Smith on Sunday said th ...... Read More

NEWS

Cop kills cop then himself

Police Constables Keemo Walsh and Andualy Smith were best friends. Those close to the two said they went everywhere together. In fact, persons close to the dead cops said they were out celebrating a ... Read More

In case you thought maths was not that important...
MATHEMATICS is about solving problems and that's just what the Jose Marti Technical High School intends to do in launching their second annual inter ...... Read More

Missing children - May 4
NAME: Aneesia Dixon AGE: 16 years old Place Last Seen: On St Christopher Road, Stony Hill, St Andrew Date Last Seen: Saturday, April 25, 2015 Des ...... Read More

Benzene not the only poison spewed by Riverton fire
THE National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) has added particulate matter such as sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide to Benzene, among the p ...... Read More

SPORT

Windies defy odds, wearing pitch to complete series-levelling win

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AFP) -- West Indies defied the odds and a wearing pitch to complete a series-levelling five-wicket victory over England on the third day of the third and final Test yesterd ... Read More

Two gold, one silver as Jamaica finish World Relays in style
JAMAICA added three more medals, including two gold on last night's second and final day of the 2nd IAAF World Relay Championships at the Thomas A R ...... Read More

Young Madrid march on with last-ditch win over Knoxx Lane in futsal thriller
YOUNG Madrid will carry the hopes of Portmore into the National Championships of the LIME National Street Futsal Competition after they defeated Kno ...... Read More

Kingston wrap up emphatic Senior Cup win over KSACA
LAST season's losing finalists Kingston CC wrapped up a straightforward innings and 121-run victory over fellow Zone D team Kingston & St Andre ...... Read More

BUSINESS

Montague leaving as Patterson arriving in New York for Diaspora town hall meetings

FORMER Jamaican Prime Minister P J Patterson today begins a series of town hall meetings in big Jamaican communities in New York and Florida, United States and Toronto, Canada, a day after Jamaica ... Read More

Jamaican real estate market is underpriced — Realtors Association
DESPITE beliefs that Jamaica's real estate market is significantly overpriced, president of the Realtors Association of Jamaica (RAJ) Edwin Wint s ...... Read More

Purchase of used vehicle drives buyer to despair
Dear Claudienne, I live in St James and I am the owner of a 1998 Isuzu FRR truck. I acquired this truck on June 13, 2011 from the original owner and ...... Read More

Unlocking value in a rising interest rate market
IT is now one year and counting since the US Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) began the conclusion ("tapering") of its quantitative easing (QE) programme. ...... Read More

ENTERTAINMENT

High hopes after ganja march

THREE-TIME Grammy winner Bunny Wailer, singer Denroy Morgan and members of the Mystic Revealers band were among the artistes who participated in Saturday's Global Ganja Motorcade/March. The 74- ... Read More

Much to cheer about!
CHEERLEADER, the hit single from singer Omi, is number one on the British pop chart. The Felix Jaehn remix of the song (released late last year ...... Read More

Luciano spreading message in Africa
THERE was a lot of controversy last October after singer Luciano cancelled shows in Africa due to the outbreak of the Ebola virus on the continent. ...... Read More

Long live the King!
AMERICAN R&B soul singer Ben E King was a regular on Jamaica's concert circuit since the 1960s. Bass guitarist/vocalist Frankie Campbell of ...... Read More

ALL WOMAN

Nicole Brown's photography

SHE'S jovial, opinionated, adventurous, persistent, and she has an undying love for things of an artistic nature. Nicole Brown, 32, tells All Woman that it was while she was an introverted stude ... Read More

Signs you're with a good man
GOOD men, they say, are hard to find, but the truth of the matter is, some women in relationships with very good men fail to recognise it, especiall ...... Read More

Does your child need an ALLOWANCE?
GIVING children an allowance is something experts say parents should do if they find themselves in a position to do so, as this teaches them respons ...... Read More

Women in Maritime
WOMEN in Maritime Association, Caribbean (WiMa) has officially been launched. The association was established during a Maritime Authority of Jamaic ...... Read More

COLUMNS

Hay Webster's efforts underhanded and futile

I feel I have a duty and responsibility to respond to an article in the Daily Observer by Robert Dalley, titled 'Mair vs Hay Webster, what's wrong with that?' I have always been one to steer clea ... Read More

Reflections on a hopeful week
IT was a glorious morning when top household workers headed to King's House last Thursday for a courtesy call on the governor general. Elaine Dunc ...... Read More

It's all coming up roses... no posies...not!
We did not focus our minds on our navels... we pursued that rainbow and that was how we came to build today's Singapore. -- Lee Kuan Yew "NAT ...... Read More

Prison: The birthplace of hopelessness
  WHY should we preoccupy ourselves thinking about criminals after they have been convicted and sent to prison? Don't we all feel safer when the ...... Read More

REGIONAL

Business closures a worry in Manchester

Mandeville, Manchester -- Banker Loven McCook who was returned as president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce at the organisation's recent Annual General Meeting has lamented the closure of tw ... Read More

International volunteers show off their culture
Mandeville, Manchester -- It was an eye-opening cultural experience for those who came out for Projects Abroad Jamaica's International Day Celebrati ...... Read More

Fledgling businessman loses car to thieves
Mandeville, Manchester -- The Manchester police say there has been a significant decline in motor vehicle theft in the parish since the start of th ...... Read More

AgroGrace reopens in Mandeville
Mandeville, Manchester -- AgroGrace, a member of the GraceKennedy Group of Companies recently reopened its Mandeville store following relocation t ...... Read More

EDITORIALS

This is such a national disgrace!

THIS newspaper feels deep empathy for Mr Derrick Wright, who we are told wept openly on Thursday in Savanna La Mar when he learnt for the first time of the plight of a mentally ill man locked up amo ... Read More

Those with money will continue to make the rules
THE tectonic shifts in the distribution of global economic activity and the consequential reallocation of geo-political power require either technic ...... Read More

Boxing's long-awaited tonic
To understand the extent to which boxing has declined as a glamour sport, ask the boxing fan closest to you to name the leading heavyweights in th ...... Read More

Now that the DNA Bill has finally been tabled...
Finally, the long-awaited DNA Bill has been tabled in Parliament. It is instructive to note that it took almost a decade for this important piece ...... Read More

AUTO

Young guns draw first blood

SIXTEEN was the magic number at the first round of the Tru-Juice/Drivers Rallysport Club (DRC) Sprint Championship at Bog Walk, on Sunday. The pair of 16-year-old up-and-coming driving stars, Nicho ... Read More

Road safety week launched
WITH its theme 'Save Kids' Lives!, the third UN Global Road Safety Week 2015 was officially launched at ATL Automotive's state-of-the-art Volkswagen ...... Read More

SkunkLIFE moves into second gear
CLUB SkunkLIFE seems to be the place to be for car enthusiasts and party fans alike as the party series, held at Susie's Bakery & Coffee Bar, So ...... Read More

PHOTO: Road safety launch
Mona Primary's Najeebe Bailey (left) presents a signed copy of the Child Declaration for Road Safety to Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller at the ...... Read More

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