Freedom Fighters back for fourth edition
Royal Gazette

Labour Day being just around the proverbial corner, we feel it is most timely to reveal that wheels are in motion for yet another edition of my book FREEDOM FIGHTERS, subtitled From Monk to Mazumbo. This will be the...

Bridge a squeeze to get your attention
Royal Gazette

As we get closer to September the bridge addicts will be feeling slightly more comfortable as it is a signal that the fall season is not far away. The summer is always a tough time for those who like to play often and in...

Wescome revels in teaching Gods word
Royal Gazette

Growing up in the foster care system, Dwayne Wescome sometimes felt like he was unloved, unwanted and abandoned. Then he developed a close relationship with God, which proved to him otherwise. The 30-year-old recently...

Clothes, shoes at free Somerset school drive
Royal Gazette

Today New Testament Church of God in Somerset will host a free school drive today from 9am until 3pm by offering childrens clothes and shoes to local families. Stop by to the churchs healing centre located at 84 Somerset...

PTX looks Omi's way
Jamaica Observer

JAMAICAN singer Omi recently received another boost of confidence from Grammy-winning a capella group Pentatonix (also known as PTX). The group recently posted a video on their YouTube channel covering his Billboard hit...

Spice under fire
Jamaica Observer

FEMALE dancehall artiste Spice has come under sharp criticism via social media due to her conduct at one of her recent performances in Westmoreland. The deejay was captured on video urging a boy to dance suggestively with...

LIME 'Skool Aid' all set for tomorrow
Jamaica Gleaner

With only a day to go before the sixth staging of LIME Skool Aid, the telecoms firm says it's all systems go. Through this annual back-to-school programme, the company has been assisting thousands of young Jamaicans by...

Heineken Cities heads to London - Two lucky winners to get the chance of a lifetime
Jamaica Gleaner

If you were given the opportunity to travel to London and visit some of the many historical sites and tourist attractions, would you go? Would you take full advantage of the opportunity? Well, Heineken is making this...

Dancehall makes return to Billboard Hot 100
Jamaica Gleaner

St Thomas, USVI-based hip-hop/dancehall duo R.CITY has charted on the Billboard Hot 100 with their latest dancehall single called Locked Away, which features Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine.The song sees the duo opting...

PHOTO: A Virgo moment
Jamaica Observer

Entertainer Romain Virgo singles out Rochelle Cameron, vice president of Legal and regulatory and company secretary at Cable and Wireless Communications for special treatment during a performance at the Cable and Wireless...

Teflon is the Young King
Jamaica Observer

RASTAFARIAN reggae artiste Teflon returned to the island on Wednesday from a two-week gig in Europe. The gig was a part of a promotional tour for his upcoming album called Young King. His European visit saw him making...

Shav-A can't get enough
Jamaica Observer

BONNER Cornerstone recording artiste Shav-A is seeking to make a mark on the music scene with her latest project Can't Get Enough. The ballad was inspired by personal experiences and was penned in less than a day by the...

Sandals' talent on parade tonight
Jamaica Observer

THE Jamaica finals of the Sandals and ATL Group ENCORE Talent and Model Search Competition is set to take place tonight at Sandals Ochi Beach Resort in St Ann. Starting time is 8:30 pm. The cream of the group's...

Scammers target Jahmiel
Jamaica Observer

DANCEHALL artiste Jahmiel is the latest entertainer being plagued by unscrupulous individuals taking bookings on his behalf. "We have received quite a few calls from promoters who have paid money for Jahmiel for a booking...

Sizzla, Bounty for Back To
Jamaica Observer

THE inaugural Back To Fest, a live show culminating a popular weekly series in Majesty Gardens, is scheduled for the basketball court in that community tomorrow. Sizzla Kalonji, Bounty Killer, Hezron and Isha Bel are some...

Bigger fest next
Nation News

A BIGGER, BETTER BARBADOS HOCKEY FESTIVAL is on the cards for next year. President David Rouse said the Barbados Hockey Federation was eagerly awaiting the installation of the new AstroTurf at the...

Absinthe plans roadblock
Jamaica Observer

THE promoters of the annual party Absinthe are preparing the celebrate the event's 10th anniversary on September 5. The event will be celebrated with a 'Road Block Party' on Barbados Avenue, New Kingston. For the upcoming...

Marcia & friends set for 02 show
Jamaica Observer

REGGAE legend Marcia Griffiths continues the celebrations of her 50th anniversary in the music industry with a concert at the 02 Arena in England, on Monday. The singer -- known for tracks including Truly, Step Outta...

Step it 'inna' Clarks
Jamaica Observer

THE Jamaican dancehall's decades-long link with Clarks footwear steps up front on Clarks in Jamaica, a 21-song compilation scheduled for release in October by VP/Greensleeves Records. It contains songs by artistes either...

Jamaica High School Alumni Tournament to host Reggae Girlz - Sport - Jamaica Star - August 28, 2015
Jamaica Star

The Jamaica High School Alumni Soccer and Netball Tournament (JHSASN) will feature the Reggae Girlz in its next event on Sunday, September 6 and Monday, September 7 in Lauderhill, Florida.

Amber Rose lands own reality series
Jamaica Star

Thirty-year-old model Amber Rose - who has two-year-old son Sebastian with estranged husband Wiz Khalifa - will, reportedly, appear on the show alongside fellow...

Fans hate Chris Brown's new tattoo
Jamaica Star

Chris Brown has had an inking of the Ancient Greek sculpture, Venus de Milo, on the back of his scalp, much to the horror of his fans.

iLyphe releases first episode of 'The Vineyard'
Jamaica Star

Recording artiste iLyphe has released the first episode of his Internet series called 'The Vineyard', which shows his daily activities as an upcoming artiste.

Hazard to shoot video for 'Climax'
Jamaica Star

As Hazard gears up for his video shoot for his latest song, 'Climax', the artiste has proven once again how multitalented he is.

Da Professor says 'Anything is Possible'
Jamaica Star

United States-based dancehall-reggae artiste Da Professor is getting major props for his latest single, 'Anything Is Possible'

Guinness Sounds of Greatness hits 'St Bess'
Jamaica Star

Since the launch of the Guinness Sounds of Greatness competition, much excitement and anticipation has been generated.

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Methodist Training Centre Opened In Orange Hill, St. Ann Montego Bay
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RECENT COMMENTS
DAAS co-founder passes on
Greta Clarke Smith: Great man, wonderful friend

Lieutenant Governor Warns Public About Unlicensed Online Banking Company
bernard george (guest): their address has changed ; is status any different; ie do they have a licence and are they operating

Policeman in Black River robbery assigned to Clarendon
Davis (guest): Is the the Jamaica Constubilary Force Infiltrated by Criminals??? Wives, Children, Girlfriends, Mother, do you know how your Police relatives come by the nice cars and house and money that you are...

Clarificaton, 4 April 2013
Barbara dougla-pond (guest): Further. Under no circumstances was Judy responsible for Loren calling her mother. She had nothing what so ever to do with that. Jurina would have never asked you to put that lying shit on the...

Methodist Training Centre Opened In Orange Hill, St. Ann Montego Bay
m.E Smith (guest): I am so happy about the opening of the Academic school of learning and developing of marketable skills. Orange Hill you have all waited more than donkey for this !! I would love to help out at the...

Guyanese man dies in vehicular accident in Fish Bay, Tortola
Jackie Ramperaud (guest): I think he was coming back from work

HEALING HERBS: More curious about jamoons
Shanell Watkinon-Peterso (guest): I enjoyed reading this article. We in the Caribbean have much fruits an vegetables which we should be thankful for.

Anil Roberts for Sports Ministry
anil dewan (guest): 7074092286