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    Samuda pays for Mombasa grass

    Agriculture minister Karl Samuda has shelled out more than half a million dollars to pay for the 14 acres of Mombasa grass that have been planted at his farm in Knollis, St. Catherine. “I have here a receipt for $546,000 paid by certified cheque in favour of the account of the Jamaica Dairy Development Board,” Samuda […]

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    Bolt helps to dig Mason’s grave in Portland

    Usain Bolt last Friday journeyed to Long Road, Portland, to assist digging the grave of his close friend Germaine Mason. Mason, an Olympic silver medallist, died on April 20 after the motorcycle he was driving crashed along the Palisadoes strip in Kingston. In a video posted on Facebook, Bolt was seen slinging a pickaxe at […]

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    Create your own buzz, says Rayvon

    Platinum-selling recording artiste Rayvon, along with his frequent collaborator, Shaggy, achieved global success for the song ‘Angel’, which was done in 2000 and climbed the Billboard charts. The record was released under major label Geffen Records, owned by Universal Music Group. The record went on to sell over a million units and was ranked the […]

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    Black Mattic targets Masicka with ‘Teach Dem

    Dancehall entertainer Masicka has come under attack from fans of overseas-based dancehall artiste Black Mattic, following the release of his single ‘Top Striker’. Black Mattic claims he is the first to have used the ‘top striker’ moniker and contends that he wants the public to know that he is the originator. The DJ Sunshine-produced song, […]

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    Sumfest to rake in big bucks for economy

    Organizers of Reggae Sumfest are expecting the 2017 installation of the annual music festival to be the best yet. As the show celebrates its 25th anniversary, patrons have been promised more than just a weekend of entertainment as the event has been extended to one week. Though the latter was information already revealed at the […]

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    Manchester woman gets three months for extortion -in Jamaica

    Careba Salmon has been sentenced to three months in prison at hard labour for her role in an extortion ring that targeted business operators in central Jamaica. Salmon, 24, was sentenced when she appeared before the Manchester Parish Court today. She pleaded guilty to six counts of conspiracy to extort on April 5. Her Attorney, Joel […]

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    MoBay shipping wharf under gun watch

    he Montego Bay Wharf, located in Freeport in the western city, is now is under increased surveillance from the police. Just over a week ago, the police hit the jackpot at the wharf when eight illegal guns one high-powered rifle, a shotgun and six handguns, alongside 1,046 rounds of assorted rounds of ammunition, were found […]

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    Wanted man killed in Jamaica

    One of St James’ most wanted men is now the subject of a murder investigation in the neighbouring parish of Westmoreland. Dead is 28-year-old Kavian Irving of Dalling Street, Savanna-la-Mar in Westmoreland and Cambridge,  St James. Irving was wanted by the St James police in connection with a case of murder and was shot dead […]

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    Criminals in Jamaica Allegedly Making and Selling Potentially Deadly Fake Rum using cleaning alcohol

    DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT CARL BERRY SHOWS SOME OF THE SEIZED COUNTERFEIT GOODS, INCLUDING THE FAKE RUM, AT THE COUNTER-TERRORISM AND ORGANIZED CRIME BRANCH (C-TOC) Fake rum produced using cleaning chemicals is the latest hot commodity among counterfeit goods unearthed by law enforcers in Jamaica. At a press conference hosted by the Counter- Terrorism and Organized Crime […]

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    Living in Shambles: Blind man hoping to see better days

    To have normal sight and to be living in extreme deplorable conditions is undesirable in most, if not all cases. Let alone to be fully blind and having to endure such severe struggles all alone. This is the reality for 78-year-old Leroy Porter, a resident of Rose Town in Kingston. Porter, who is also a […]

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    Homes swimming in filth in downtown Kingston JA

    Sections of Price Lane off North Street in downtown Kingston, were left swimming in filth yesterday, leaving residents fearful of the potential outbreak of diseases. “I have 11 grand pickney living with me and dem couldn’t come out to go school this morning because to how the water did a flow up, dem couldn’t come […]

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    Nashlyn Anderson pleads guilty to killing Luciano’s son

    One of the three teenagers charged with killing the son of reggae icon Luciano has pleaded guilty. Nashlyn Anderson, 19, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the Home Circuit Court in downtown Kingston on March 3. Anderson is scheduled to be sentenced on April 27. His conviction comes just over a year after 19-year-old Menelik McClymont […]

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    Deadly Explosion at Farrand Quarry in St Lucia

    THE AFTERMATH OF THE EXPLOSION AT FARRAND QUARRY. (COMPOSITE IMAGE USING ST LUCIA NEWS ONLINE PHOTOS) Four people are dead and more than a dozen are being treated for serious injuries following an explosion in St Lucia’s north yesterday evening. It occurred at a quarry as workers welded a container carrying dynamite. Neighboring Martinique is […]

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    Corned Beef Ban in Caribbean Island Amid Rotten Meat Scandal

    Several Caribbean countries have ordered the immediate ban on the sale and importation of corned beef from Brazil, following reports that several major meat processors in the South American nation have been selling rotten beef and poultry. Several countries have gone as far as banning all meat and meat products from Brazil, where it is […]

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    Do more to fight violence against women’ — female entertainers

    As the world celebrates International Women’s Day today, female entertainers are calling on Jamaican women to speak out against gender-based violence.They are also calling on their fellow entertainers to use their voices to advocate against the growing number of murders involving women.Macka Diamond told THE STAR that she will be releasing a song on domestic […]

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    Jamaica Police Using WhatsApp to Tackle Sexual Exploitation of Children

    The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is using messaging service WhatsApp to tackle the sexual exploitation of children via social media. Head of the Corporate Communications Unit of the JCF, Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay said a WhatsApp group was created to encourage citizens to send all sexual videos and images of children directly to the police, in […]

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    Man Killed by Girlfriend in Hamstead St Ann

    One woman is in police custody after its alleged that she fatally stabbed her common law husband in St Ann yesterday. Dead is Garfield Brooks of Hamstead, Runaway Bay St Ann. Reports are that the woman and her commonly husband had an argument when a knife was used to stab Mr Brooks. He later succumbed […]

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    Popcaan Performs on Drake’s Boy Meets World Tour

    Dancehall deejay Popcaan made a surprise appearance at Canadian rapper Drake’s Boy Meets World Tour in Amsterdam on Sunday Night. Making his first appearance on the tour, the unruly boss performed a number of hits including ‘Only Man She Want’ ‘Party Shot’ and ‘Raving,’ in front of some sixteen thousand fans inside the Ziggo Dome […]

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