Monthly Archives: September 2015
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER ARRIVES IN JAMAICA TODAY (SEPT 29) WHILE THE JAPANESE PM ARRIVES THE NEXT DAY!
BRITISH Prime Minister David Cameron is scheduled to arrive in the island this afternoon for a one-day official visit during which he will engage in a flurry of State-planned activities in the nation’s capital, Kingston.
Jamaican reggae artist Jah Cure is the latest international performer to face legal woes whilst on tour in Trinidad.
Suspended West Indies coach Phil Simmons (File photo)
As was first reported by RJR Sports, West Indies coach Phil Simmons has been suspended by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) with immediate effect.
MF Headquarters in Washington DC – file photo
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said that tangible improvements in growth and job creation will be important to sustain the social consensus the Government of Jamaica needs to continue the economic reform programme it has been pursuing.
SAN FRANCISCO, United States (AFP)— Facebook on Monday stumbled for the second time in a week, going out of service for slightly less than an hour.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Ministry of Education says it has received reports of an outbreak of Hand, Foot and Mouth Rash among school-aged children in several schools.