Monthly Archives: March 2015

Air Canada plane ‘exits’ Halifax runway leaving 23 injured

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MONTREAL, Canada (AFP)- At least 23 people were hurt and petrified passengers described how they feared for their lives when an Air Canada plane careened off a runway in heavy snow at Halifax airport on Sunday.

GAPPY RANKS SALUTES THE “ELDERS” ON HIS LATEST SINGLE “GENERATION!”

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Deejay Gappy Ranks went back to the drawing board for Generation, his latest song. He says it is a salute to music he grew up listening to which made a difference in the lives of he and his peers.

QUEEN IFRICA TO TAKE UP SAMUEL JACKSON’S CHALLENGE!

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 (L) Reggae artist Queen Ifrica at her 40th birthday party held at Opa! Greek Restaurant and Sky Lounge on Old Hope Road in St Andrew, last Wednesday. (PHOTOS: KARL MCLARTY) (R) American actor Samuel Jackson—-

THE JAMAICAN GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES MAJOR ROAD REPAIRS TWO WEEKS AHEAD OF PRESIDENT OBAMA’S ARRIVAL!

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Gladstone Taylor/ Photographer Road work along Marescaux Road in Kingston.—
Almost two weeks before United States President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit the island, the Government has rolled out a major road repaving program across sections of the Corporate Area.

SIZZLA LOCKED UP AFTER “CUSSING OUT” COPS IN A PERFORMANCE AT THE FALMOUTH POLICE STATION!

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 Dancehall artist Miguel Collins, more popularly known as Sizzla Kolanji, has been charged for using expletives onstage during a performance at the Falmouth Police Station early yesterday morning.