Monthly Archives: November 2014
JERUSALEM (AFP) – An umpire and former captain of Israel’s national cricket team died on Saturday after being hit in the jaw by a ball, the country’s cricket association said.
Wata Land’s managing director, Gobind Dansinghani (left), with venue manager, Michelle Barrett, and supervisor Christopher Williams.—
By Orantes Moore—
LODGE, St Mary–:
ALTHOUGH unsuccessful in getting wiretap evidence dismissed at a pre-trial hearing at Camden County Superior County in New Jersey on November 17, American defence attorney-at-law J Michael Farrell remains determined to get justice for flamboyant Jamaican dancehall deejay Flippa Mafia (Flippa Mogella).
People crowd the Winnifred Beach in Portland in this file photo.—-
THE Urban Development Corporation (UDC) has been ordered by the court to grant public access to Winnifred Beach in Portland, ending a five-year legal battle between the residents and the entity.
Security Minister Peter Bunting on Thursday, tests one of the five automated immigration kiosks installed at the Norman Manley International Airport, in Kingston, to process arriving passengers. (Photo:JIS)