Monthly Archives: November 2017

Judge grants murder-accused wish for “longest possible sentence”

An imprisoned murder-accused who asked for the “longest possible sentence” was granted his wish.

Five Jamaicans nabbed in immigration breach roundup in New York 

Five Jamaicans are among seven Caribbean nationals detained in New York during a six-day operation conducted by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE),

Three J’can acts in Grammy runnings

The five albums competing in the 60th renewal of the Grammys are: Avrakedabra by Morgan Heritage; Chronixx’s ChronologyStony Hill by Damian Marley; Lost in Paradise by Common Kings; and J Boog’s Wash House Ting.

Consumer watchdog head names a successor, and Trump does too 

The director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) resigned Friday and named his own successor, leading to an open conflict with President Donald Trump — who announced a different person as acting head of the agency later in the day.

‘What the hell $4,000 can do?’ 

The Government and public sector unions are presently locked in wage talks, with no sign of any agreement in sight, despite the negotiations having been on from earlier this year.

Our list of top Jamaican Christmas songs 

It’s just over a month before Christmas, can you believe it? Will it “ketch yu inna good mood” this year? We sure hope so.