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We Care Foundation gives $8.25-million boost to CRH
The Cornwall Regional Hospital last week received a well-needed cash injection of $8.25 million from the We Care Foundation.
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Sun Apr 20, 2014
Meeting set with Hopewell principal, school board
THE embattled principal of Hopewell High School in East Hanover, Joyce Irving, who has been implicated in a corruption probe at the school, will face the full board of governors of the institution after the Easter holidays to answer certain questions, the ministry of education has confirmed.
Divorce doesn't have to be an option
LIKE most married couples, pastors Paul and Dorrett Blake had their challenges. The problems got so bad that Dorrett eventually filed for divorce some years ago.
Marcus James, truly a Jamaican success story
In 2000 when 28-year-old baby-faced Marcus James went downtown Kingston to make his pitch to higglers and small business operators, he was not only armed with a dream and an idea but a fiercely quiet determination to bring them to reality.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Jamaica anti-doping official arrested after raid
A Jamaican attorney who is a top official with the sprinting powerhouse's anti-doping disciplinary panel has been arrested following a raid at a massage parlor he reportedly owns.
THE dead are no longer buried at the decades-old Cholera Cemetery on Montego Bay's 'Hip Strip', but those interred there must be turning in their graves due to the deplorable state of the St James Parish Council-owned facility.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Winter cruises in Jamaica from East Midlands Airport
THOMSON Cruises' brand new winter 2014/15 line up goes on sale on November 14, 2013, and its Platinum ship Thomson Dream, will be moving to the exciting new home port of Montego Bay in Jamaica.
10 Ideas for Your Jamaica Wedding Itinerary
The Jamaica Tourist Board shares 10 planning ideas to help you create the ultimate Jamaica wedding itinerary for you and your guests.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Manchester home for 40 more HIV-infected children
However, there is hope that the beginning of its transformation into a residential facility for children and women living with HIV/AIDS should be realised by year-end.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
The youth with the dreadlocks gave up a half-hearted attempt to sell some marijuana and fell instead to discussing politics."
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Co-founder of Jamaican dance company dies
Eddy Thomas, co-founder of a prominent Jamaican dance company that sought to promote African heritage in a country emerging from under British rule, has died, the group announced Friday.
Lion D roars in Jamaica
REGGAE singer Lion D was in Jamaica this week working on a video for the song Heartical Love, done with Italian singer Alborosie.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Bail extension for accused fraudster
A St James man accused of taking $245,000 from a woman to buy a car and then failing to deliver on his promise, had his bail extended in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court Tuesday.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
New Poetry, Short Story Book My Journey is Released
Author Robert "Bob" Williams relays observations from a 50-year engineering career in his new collection of short stories and poems, " My Journey " .
Making Jamaica's logistic hub a reality
THE Jamaican Government has declared that a viable logistics hub can become a game-changer for the national economy, facilitating businesses and creating much needed employment.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Red Stripe brings Beer Wednesdays
"I'll drink to that!" These consumers are joined by Red Stripe's Teika Samuda and Omar Dattadeen at the Father Bull Bar in St James recently.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Lucky number 7
Love in its truest sense is not based on feelings. Rather, love determines to show thoughtful actions even when there seems to be no reward.
Sandals managers inspiring Glendevon youth
GRADUATES of the Glendevon Centre of Excellence in Montego Bay, St James had their spirits lifted during a recent inspirational power talk session with representatives from Sandals Resorts.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Welcomed support for Mobay autism awareness march
More than 100 persons participated in last Friday's staging of the annual Autism Awareness Street March hosted by the Montego Bay Autism Centre in collaboration with the Digicel Foundation.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Montego bay woman held in florida with cocaine
A Jamaican national has been convicted on federal drug charges last Tuesday in relation to a St Petersburg, Florida, United States, drug case following the discovery of more than a kilogram of cocaine both around and inside her person.