Monthly Archives: May 2018

‘Tommy Lee improperly detained’: Judge orders release of entertainer 

A judge ordered that dancehall artiste Tommy Lee Sparta be released immediately when the matter was brought up in the St James Parish Court on Tuesday morning.

Ziggy rebels with a cause

Ziggy Marley says he is revolting for the love of humanity on his latest album, Rebellion Rises.

Buju Banton cocaine video release angers fans 

Fans and lawyers of reggae legend, Buju Banton have frequently shouted ‘entrapment’ and ‘set up by government informant’ to describe the state of affairs

Chinese fined $15m for counterfeit goods

ST JAMES, Jamaica — A Chinese national was fined $15 million or eight months in prison at hard labour for the unlicensed use of trademark when he appeared in the St James Parish Court this morning.

Morgan Freeman apologises in wake of sexual harassment accusations 

Morgan Freeman is apologising to anyone who may have felt “uncomfortable or disrespected” by his behavior.

Fear grips Annotto Bay following two killings there within 24 hours 

The police are monitoring sections of the north eastern seaside town of Annotto Bay in St Maryfollowing two brazen daylight gun attacks there that left two men dead and another injured within less than 24 hours.