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Jamaican high schools shine on opening day of 2017 Penns

By Jermaine Brown, reporting from the 123rd Penn Relays in Philadelphia Led by World Junior leader...

ICC reverses decision on 'Big Three'

The International Cricket Council (ICC), has reversed a decision which effectively handed control of...

National Under-15 football coach names training squad

National Under-15 football team head coach, Aaron Lawrence has called 25 players to a training camp...

Samuels gets belated call to join IPL

Jamaica and West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels has been brought in by the Delhi Daredevils for the...

McPherson set for promotion from Moscow World Champs 400m after suspension of Russian athlete

Jamaican quarter-miler Stephanie McPherson looks set to be promoted to the individual 400m bronze...

US discus and hammer thrower switches allegiance to Jamaica

The nation's pool of male throwers has been increased ahead of this summer's World Championships in...

JBBC to hear appeal into controversial Contender Series fight

The Jamaica Boxing Board of Control (JBBC) will meet within the next seven days to review an appeal...

Red Stripe suspends coverage of the RSPL

Title sponsors of Jamaica's top football competition, the Red Stripe Premier League, announced on...

Local badminton players react to president's resignation

Local badminton players are still in shock over the resignation of Courtney Henry from his post as...

Lawyers among those on extradition list for lottery scamming

Attorneys-at-law may be among the next group of persons to be extradited to the United States in...

Four of eight extradited for lottery scamming plead not guilty in US court

Four of the eight members of the Montego Bay based Lavrick Willocks lottery scam network pleaded not...

Jamaican sentenced to 18 months in prison for illegal entry into the US

A Jamaican convicted of illegal reentry to the United States has been sentenced to 18 months in...

Explosives found in East Kingston

The police are raising concern following the discovery of explosives in East Kingston on Thursday...

UDC says no estimate of loss received following craft market fire

The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) says it has not yet received an estimate of the loss...

Ten homeless after fire destroys house in Boscobel, St. Mary

Ten persons, including an elderly woman, are homeless following a fire in Boscobel, St. Mary on...

Concerns expressed about crime plan targeting certain communities

Concern is deepening over the proposed legislation tabled by the prime minister, aimed at targeting...

Kingston Properties sees increased net profit

Net profit for Kingston Properties increased by 23 per cent last year compared with the...

United Airlines reaches settlement with man dragged off plane

The doctor dragged off a United Airlines flight from Chicago earlier this month has received a...

Crude oil prices fall more than one per cent

Crude prices fell more than one per cent on Thursday as the restart of two key oilfields in Libya...

Dominican Republic's minimum wage increase called "excessive"

Dominican Republic Industries Association has described the 20 per cent increase in the minimum wage...

Thousands of suspected lottery scammers on police radar - Montague

National Security Minister Robert Montague has revealed that the police have on their radar close to...

Jamaican kicked off British Airways flight for demanding upgrade

A Jamaican man returning to the island to visit family was kicked off a British Airways flight on...

Venezuela withdrawing from OAS

Venezuela says it will withdraw from the Organization of American States (OAS), accusing the...

Shane Dalling appointed CEO of Firearm Licensing Authority

Attorney at Law Shane Dalling has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Firearm Licensing...

Ministry, RADA officials meet with farmers affect by beet armyworms

Technocrats from the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) and the Ministry of Agriculture...

Three, including student, hospitalised following St. Elizabeth crash

Three persons including a student were rushed to hospital Thursday morning after a two vehicle...

Man charged for injuring friend in dispute offered bail

A man accused of injuring his friend during a dispute three months ago, was offered bail whenon...

Jamaican woman arrested in Bahamian drug bust

A Jamaican woman is one of  two persons arrested on Wednesday, following a drug bust in The...

Jamaica strengthening its protection against terrorism

  Plans have been outlined to better prepare Jamaica for the threat of terrorism and how to...

Fire at Kingston Craft Market does major damage

A fire at the Kingston Craft Market on Thursday morning did extensive damage to a section of the...

William Knibb High seeking Ministry of Education intervention

  The Board of William Knibb Memorial High School in Trelawny will be asking the Ministry...

Concern raised about NIF inflows

Concern has been raised that inflows to the National Insurance Fund (NIF) continue to lag behind the...

8 persons extradited yesterday to face US courts this morning

The eight members of the Montego Bay-based Lavrick Willocks lottery scam network who have been...

Normality returning to KPH, power restored

  Normality is returning to the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) following a major power failure...

Holmes scores TKO victory as Jamaica extends lead in Contender Series

Jamaica is now leading the 2017 Wray and Nephew Contender Series 3-1 after the island’s number...

Injury forces top filly out of Jamaica Oaks

RJR Sports understands that the nation's top 3 year old filly She’s A Maneater is out of...

Jamaican high schools ready for action at 123rd Penn Relays

Several local high school track and field teams will be hunting glory starting on Thursday when the...

Coach Dawson wants mixed relay to be introduced in Jamaica

Coach Patrick Dawson who was in charge of Jamaica's 4x400m mixed team at last weekend's IAAF World...

Dujon calls for changes to Windies team for second test

Former Jamaica and West Indies wicket-keeper batsman Jeffrey Dujon, believes the frail make-up of...

Holder wants promotion in Windies batting order

West Indies captain Jason Holder is hoping his current form with the bat can land him a place up the...

Gabriel fined for breaching Code of Conduct

West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel, has been fined 50% of his match fee and handed three...

Papine break 20 year Spaulding Cup drought for Corporate Area teams

Papine High became the first urban area school to lift the ISSA Spaulding Cup cricket title in 20...

Young Reggae Boyz keep World Cup hopes alive

Jamaica's Under-17 Reggae Boyz kept themselves in contention for a spot at the World Cup after a 3-1...

TAJ configures reduced property tax rates

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) says the reduced property tax rates for fiscal year 2017-18,...

Dolphin Cove approves interim dividend of 20 cents

Dolphin Cove's board has approved an interim dividend of 20 cents per share.    ...

Barbados exports US$45m in rum products to EU in four years

Barbados has exported US$45 million in rum products to the European Union over a four year...

Sugar Industry to meet production targets despite heavy rains

Despite Jamaica's sugar industry reeling from last weekend's heavy rains, the sector is still set to...

Conflicting signals about bauxite levy, says Opposition

The opposition People's National Party (PNP) has tabled questions in the House of...

Jamaica could have five million visitors earlier than projected - Bartlett

Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett says there are strong indications that Jamaica could reach its goal...

Papine tighten grip on Spaulding Cup final against STETHS

The ISSA All-Island Spaulding Cup looks to be heading to the urban area after decades in rural...

Investigation by INSPORTS board near completion

RJR Sports has been reliably informed that the investigation by the board of INSPORTS into...

Coca-Cola to cut 1,200 jobs as sales drops

The US firm Coca-Cola has said it will cut about 1,200 jobs due to falling demand for its fizzy...

Canada vows to push back against US imposed tariffs on lumber

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to stand up for his country's interests after the...

Oil prices extend losses

Oil prices extended losses on Tuesday following a six-day losing streak, as doubt swirled over...

JetBlue again requesting to fly from Boston to Cuba

JetBlue Airways is again pushing to fly from Boston to Cuba.     For the third...

Reduction seen in "non-performing" loans

The ratio of loans in Jamaica's commercial banks classified as non-performing has declined...

Finance Minister prepares to "clean up" his ministry

Finance Minister Audley Shaw says he's on a mission to clean up corruption in his ministry, its...

Trinidad's investment risk ratings downgraded

Standard & Poor's has downgraded Trinidad and Tobago’s long-term sovereign ratings —...

CDB to release studies on Caribbean economic growth agenda

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) will release two major studies to support the region’s...

1834 Investments declares interim dividend of eight cents

1834 Investments has declared an interim dividend of eight cents per stock unit....

Sugar Association of the Caribbean plans to increase intra-regional trade

The Sugar Association of  the Caribbean (SAC) of  which Jamaica is a member, is planning...

1.85 million voters sign petition to oust Venezuelan president

Venezuela's opposition has presented to the electoral authorities a petition with the signatures of...

Puerto Rico gets condoms to prevent spread of Zika sexually

New York City is sending a million condoms to Puerto Rico, which has recorded one death from the...

Violent crime high in Trinidad and Tobago - US State Department

The US State Department, in its latest travel update, has warned that violent crime remains high in...

First U.S cruise ship after decades sails to Cuba

A US cruise ship completed a historic journey by docking in the Cuban capital, Havana, Monday...

'Erika' and 'Joaquin' no longer used as names of hurricanes

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has announced it will no longer use the names Erika and...

T&T begins work to decriminalise marijuana possession

Trinidad and Tobago's government has begun statistical groundwork for the decriminalising of...

Financial stability of ECCU uncertain

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) on Wednesday expressed concern about the status of the...

Puerto Rico faces financial crisis

Puerto Rico’s Government Development Bank is facing a debt default of $422 million on May 1,...

Brazil President's strategist faces corruption charges

Brazilian prosecutors have filed corruption charges against President Dilma Rousseff's electoral...

Thousands sign petition to remove Venezuelan President

The Venezuelan opposition has claimed that 600,000 people have signed a petition for a recall...

Venezuelans protest two-day work week

Venezuelan cities are being cleaned after looting and fiery protests.   Angry residents in...

Corruption trial of former TCI ministers to go beyond 2016

The corruption trial in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) of former government ministers and others...

OAS to investigate rift between Belize and Guatemala

The Organization of American States (OAS) says it will conduct an independent investigation of the...

Venezuela government imposes two-day work week

Venezuela's government has imposed a two-day work week for public sector employees as a temporary...

US Virgin Islands confirms two more cases of Zika

The US Virgin Islands Department of Health has confirmed two additional cases of the Zika virus. The...

Venezuelan court rejects proposal to cut president's term

Venezuela's Supreme Court has rejected a proposed constitutional amendment to cut President Nicolas...

Cuba and Kuwait sign energy agreement

Cuba and Kuwait signed an agreement for a long-term loan in the energy sector on Friday in Havana....

UNAIDS condemns killings of transgenders in region

The United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS has condemned killings and violations of human...

Social change needed in Babados - Sir Hilary Beckles

The Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies (UWI) has called for social change in...
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