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FOR 27-year-old Chickie and her female calf, Secret, 2, the journey by air which took 23 hours from Zurich, Switzerland-with brief stops in Iceland and Canada- to their new home on the island's north coast, might have been very exhaustive.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
How a 'tiny' flight attendant wrestled a gun from a...
Nicole Foran loved to travel. The idea of getting on a plane and going somewhere new always seemed like a good idea to her.
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Riu Palace Jamaica Opens
The hotel will open on 6th December to become RIU's fifth in the country and the first reserved for over 18s Riu Palace Jamaica will welcome its first customers from 6th December onwards.
Gov't mulls ways to raise Brazilian airlift to Jamaica
On one hand, it might pump money into Copa Airlines to increase the number of connecting flights through Panama.
Payless to open store in Portmore
While the head of Payless operations in Jamaica was unavailable for comment on Friday, a company representative confirmed that the store will open to shoppers before yearend.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The #teamblue team was out in full force to support Tessanne Chin on Monday night.
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Regional actuaries, regulators meet in Jamaica
Risk, Recovery and Real Growth is the theme of Caribbean Actuarial Association's 23rd Annual Conference which takes place in Montego Bay, Jamaica, from Wednesday to Friday.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Man accused of damaging shop granted bail
A St James man accused of chopping the window and door of his relative's shop and then trying to set fire to the building was offered bail in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Friday.
The classics by Coleen Panton
T rends come and go, but there are some articles of clothing that will remain in your closet year after year.
Workout whenever, wherever with Express Fitness
Getting fit and living healthier are definitely in as persons start to place more emphasis on caring for their bodies.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Serving for a price - JPs collecting money to sign documents
While it is one of the foremost prohibited acts associated with their office, it would appear that several justices of the peace are accepting payment for signing documents for members of the public.
1400 graduate from HEART training in western Jamaica
More than 1,400 youngsters Thursday graduated from training courses being offered by the HEART Trust/ NTA in western Jamaica.
Venturing out into Jamaica
Unless you're old enough to remember when Harry Belafonte was selling millions of calypso records, visiting Jamaica, for most leisure travelers, has come to mean three things: 2. Being advised by timid staff in your chosen all-inclusive resort to remain in the all-inclusive resort at all times.
CB Pan Chicken Grand Championship closes season eight
Caribbean Broilers recently closed the curtains on its 2013 season of the CB Pan Chicken Championship with the largest Grand Final event in the competition's eight-year history.
Public Affairs - Harmony, discord or economic dysfunction?
This February 2006 Gleaner photo features then chairman of Harmonisation Limited, Richard Byles, managing partner of Tavistock Group, Christopher Anand, then Prime Minister P.J. Patterson and Dr Paul Robertson at The Jamaica Pegasus after an agreement was reached to negotiate the Harmony Cove development with Tavistock.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
STETHS win daCosta Cup, complete rural football double
ST JAMES, Jamaica -- Jovan James scored twice in the first seven minutes of the game as St Elizabeth Technical High drubbed Garvey Maceo High 4-1 to lift the ISSA/Lime daCosta Cup title at the Montego Bay Sports Complex earlier today and complete their first ever rural football double.
ICT Conference to empower persons with disabilities
Minister of state in the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining, Julian Robinson, outlines details of the ICT Conference, which will be held in Montego Bay, December 2 to 5. Technologies, that assist persons with disabilities, are among key topics for discussion at a special seminar during the Caribbean Telecommuni-cations ... (more)
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Local ICT players encouraged to attend regional conference
Minister of State in the Ministry of Science, Tech-nology, Energy and Mining, Julian Robinson, is encouraging players in the local Information Comm-unication Technology sector to attend the upcoming regional conference, noting that they will benefit from expertise and advice to push their operations forward.
Lawyer says St James cops acted in self-defence
A defence lawyer for two St James policemen charged with April's shooting death of Barrington McAnuff in Lilliput says his clients acted in self-defence.