Monthly Archives: June 2018

Two Clarendon businessmen killed hours apart 

Two business operators were shot dead by criminals over the last 24 hours in the parish of Clarendon.

Janieve Russell, Andre Clarke lead 400 mh qualifiers at National Trials 

Gold Coast Commonwealth Games gold medallist Janieve Russell and Andre Clarke were the top qualifiers in the women and men’s 400-metre hurdles on Day 1 of the four-day JAAA/SVL National Junior and Senior Championships, at the National Stadium on Thursday.

Melania wears ‘I really don’t care’ jacket on border visit 

First Lady Melania Trump wore a jacket that read “I really don’t care, do u?” as she boarded a flight on Thursday to a facility housing migrant children separated from their parents.

Rise and fall of Gully Bop

Controversial deejay Gully Bop will appear at the St Thomas Parish Court on June 27 to answer assault charges. The 54-year-old artiste is currently on $40,000 bail after being arrested in the parish two weeks ago and charged with assault occasioning bodily harm.

Smiles as Meghan and Queen perform first joint visit 

The newest member of Britain’s royal family, the former Meghan Markle, and Queen Elizabeth II shared smiles and appeared at ease in each other’s company as they carried out their first joint engagement, taking a special royal train to events in northwestern England.

Trump retreats from vow to deport all living in US illegally 

Donald Trump is retreating from his vow to deport the nation’s entire population of people living in the country illegally.