• Government Taking Steps to Deal with Possible Terrorist Attacks

    The government is seeking to assure the nation, that its taking steps, to deal with any possible terrorist attack, and the continuation of government,
  • Jhaniele Fowler-Reid scores 45 to lead Southern Steel to convincing win

    Towering Jamaican goal-shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid had another outstanding game to lead the high-scoring Southern Steel to a big 73-51 win over the
  • PM Holness: Jamaicans not xenophobic

    Prime Minister, Andrew Holness says Jamaica is not a xenophobic country. Xenophobia is the dislike of, or prejudice against people from other countries.
  • NSWMA begins clean up operations in Clarendon

    The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) today ( Apl 25) began clean up operations in sections of Clarendon, following heavy rains and
  • CFU President Gordon Derrick disappointed with resignation of his executives

    Caribbean Football Union CFU President Gordon Derrick has expressed disappointment at the resignation of two of his executive committee members who
  • Windies pacer Shannon Gabriel fined 50% of his match fee in first Test

    West  Indies  pacer  Shannon Gabriel has been fined 50% of his match fee and handed three demerit points after an incident involving Sarfraz Ahmed on
  • Shenseea exposed by Vybz Kartel

    Plagiarism has landed upcoming entertainer Shenseea in hot water. The female deejay has come under heavy criticisms following new information that Vybz
  • Drake to host inaugural NBA Awards show

    Platinum selling recording artist Drake has been announced as host of the first ever NBA Awards show on June 26. The inaugural event, which will be staged
  • St Thomas residents severely affected by heavy rains and flooding

    Some residents in St. Thomas are facing severe after-effects of the heavy rains over the weekend. Member of Parliament for St. Thomas Western, James
  • NWA urges caution along roadways affected by heavy rains

    The National Works Agency (NWA) is urging motorists to take caution while travelling on roadways in the eastern end of the island which were affected by
  • Clarendon MC to submit report on flooding to Govt

    A preliminary report on the effects of the flooding in Clarendon is expected to be forwarded to the Local Government Ministry by tomorrow (Apl 25). Large

Government Taking Steps to Deal with Possible Terrorist Attacks

by April 26th, 2017
Government Taking Steps to Deal with Possible Terrorist Attacks
The government is seeking to assure the nation, that its taking steps, to deal with any possible terrorist attack, and the continuation

Deadly Domestic Dispute in Portland

by April 26th, 2017
Deadly Domestic Dispute in Portland
A domestic dispute turned deadly this morning, when a man used a machete to chop his nephew to death, in Port Antonio, Portland. Dead

Portmore United drawn in Group A at ScotiaBank CONCACAF U13 Champions League

by April 26th, 2017
Portmore United drawn in Group A at ScotiaBank CONCACAF U13 Champions League
Portmore United have been drawn in Group A where they will face Mexican team Liga Municipal Boca at the 2017 Scotiabank CONCACAF Under

Jhaniele Fowler-Reid scores 45 to lead Southern Steel to convincing win

by April 26th, 2017
Jhaniele Fowler-Reid scores 45 to lead Southern Steel to convincing win
Towering Jamaican goal-shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid had another outstanding game to lead the high-scoring Southern Steel to a big 73-51

Preparations underway for Jack Ruby Celebration

by April 25th, 2017
Preparations underway for Jack Ruby Celebration
Preparations are in high gear for the 2017 staging of IRIE FM’s Jack Ruby Celebration. The festivity dubbed “the Black Experience” is

Shenseea exposed by Vybz Kartel

by April 25th, 2017
Shenseea exposed by Vybz Kartel
Plagiarism has landed upcoming entertainer Shenseea in hot water. The female deejay has come under heavy criticisms following new