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Teen Pleads Guilty in the Killing of Luciano's Son Published March 30, 2017

One of the three teens charged with the stabbing murder of Luciano’s son in 2016 has pleaded guilty. Nashlyn Anderson, 19, pleaded guilty to a charge of manslaughter in the Home Circuit Court and is to be sentenced April 21.…

Cop ordered to be extradited Published March 30, 2017

A police constable is among eight persons who are to be extradited to the United States to answer lottery scamming charges. Justice Minister Delroy Chuck yesterday signed extradition orders paving the way for Jason Jahalal and seven other Jamaicans linked…

Sean Paul's voice auctioned for charity Published March 30, 2017

Alpha Boys School Radio saw great success after hosting The Reggae Auction which offered to bidders across the world a custom voicemail from multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning artiste Sean Paul. The Internet radio site saw a 75 per cent increase in…

NICKI MINAJ SIGNS WITH MODELING AGENCY Published March 29, 2017

Nicki Minaj can add another title to her extensive résumé: model. The rapper has signed with Wilhelmina Models, the agency announced Wednesday. Minaj will join Wilhelmina's celebrity division, a star-studded roster that includes Shawn Mendes, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas and…

Mixed views toward suggestion of tax on sweetened beverages Published March 29, 2017

One of the island's major producers of sweetened beverages has come out in strong resistance to a proposal to impose a tax on such products. Wisynco, through its Chairman William Mahfood, is declaring that such a measure is not necessary…

Nigerian Superstar Davido hospitalized Published March 29, 2017

Nigerianis recording artist currently in the hospital and has been placed on Intravenous fluid. The ‘IF’ hit maker shared the news with his fans on Monday via Snapchat. Davido made a post with several sick emojis which was then followed…

Professor says more Jamaicans overweight; life-threatening condition fueling NCDs Published March 29, 2017

More Jamaicans are obese today than 15 years ago. In fact, according to University of Technology, Jamaica Professor of Public Health and Nutrition Fitzroy Henry, obesity rates among adults have increased by one per cent, each year, since 2002. The…

TripAdvisor Ranks Jamaica Among World's Best Destinations Published March 28, 2017

TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice, among the world’s largest travel site, has ranked Jamaica number 12 on the World’s Best Destinations list. It has been ranked number one in the Caribbean. It ranked Jamaica among destinations such as Bali, London, Paris and…

Agustina Castro, Fidel and Raul's sister, dies in Cuba at 78 Published March 27, 2017

HAVANA, Cuba (AP) — A family member says Fidel and Raul Castro's youngest sister Agustina has died in Cuba at age 78. Juanita Castro told The Associated Press that Agustina del Carmen Castro Ruz died Sunday at a clinic in…

Alkaline New Rules a Success Published March 27, 2017

CONCERT Magnum New Rules brought out heavyweight performers last Saturday for its show at National Stadium’s car park. The evening belonged to headliner Alkaline. The shoulder-to-shoulder crowd was colorful. Some patrons wore Guy Fawkes masks and Vendetta apparel. When Alkaline…

Cabbie briefly steals John Legend’s travel bag at Kennedy Airport Published March 24, 2017

John Legend had a rough landing in NYC when someone at JFK airport stole his luggage with some very expensive items.John arrived at JFK Thursday when a Delta greeter made a mistake and left his bag on the luggage cart.…

Where are they? Outrage over perceived increase in missing black, Latina girls in D.C. Published March 24, 2017

Black lawmakers are calling on the FBI to investigate whether there is an increase in cases of missing black children and teens in the nation's capital. In a letter obtained by the Associated Press, Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., Del. Eleanor…

US mother beat, choke girl over incorrect Bible verses Published March 23, 2017

Police say a Pennsylvania woman severely beat her daughter, tried to strangle her and kicked her out of the house for incorrectly reciting Bible verses. Pennlive.com reported that 41-year-old Rhonda Kemp Shoffner, of Middletown, faces charges including aggravated assault over…

Dominica, St Lucia implement ban on corned beef from Brazil Published March 23, 2017

Dominica and St Lucia are two of the latest ‎Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states to announce a ban on the imports of corned beef from Brazil. Dominica’s Director of Trade, Matthan J Walter, in a release on Thursday said a…

D’Angel shares story of abuse Published March 23, 2017

Dancehall deejay D’Angel is using her experience as a survivor of abuse, to empower and uplift women around the world. Under the banner, “We Can Survive, Stop Violence against Women,” D’Angel visited several states in the US using music to…

Sean Paul joins rap team Migos for Don Corleonie track Published March 23, 2017

Producer Don Corleonie has indicated via Instagram that Sean Paul and Migos have teamed up for an upcoming single. The producer on his official Instagram page posted the artwork for the single titled “Body” with the caption “coming soon.” Reports…

Jamaican dancer charged for alleged violent acts in Barbados Published March 23, 2017

It could be the season for it, or just the realities of a point in time, but in the long past, alleged acts of extreme violence by women were rarities. Recently in Jamaica, it was a case of a group…

Chris Brown Talks Collaboration With Konshens Published March 23, 2017

American R&B Singer Chris Brown says he just had to team up with International Dancehall artiste Konshens after hearing his smash hit single ‘Bruk off yuh back.’ Breezy who is a big fan of the genre and Jamaica’s culture confirmed…

Wyclef Jean Detained and Handcuffed in Los Angeles Published March 22, 2017

Wyclef Jean, the hip-hop artist, said he was handcuffed and briefly detained by deputies in Los Angeles on Tuesday after they mistook him for a suspect in a robbery near the studio where he had been working. In a short…

Bolt statue to be completed for independence celebrations Published March 20, 2017

The eight-foot sculpture of track and field legend, Usain Bolt, is on schedule for completion for Jamaica’s 55th Independence celebrations in August. This was disclosed by Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange, at the media launch of…
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