Monthly Archives: July 2018

A view from the outside: Folly and prejudice at school in Jamaica? 

Take the kinks out of your mind not your hair – Right Honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey.

It is almost unbelievable to hear that in 2018,

Football Federation Australia stays open to talks on Bolt deal

SYDNEY, Australia (AP) — Football Federation Australia has responded cautiously to reports Usain Bolt hopes to play for the Central Coast Mariners in the A-League.

‘Tired of war’

OVERWHELMING expressions of frustration were yesterday voiced by residents of Jarrett Lane — the tough community in the Mountain View area of East Kingston which has been rocked by deadly intermittent violence for decades.

Former Trelawny hotel GM arrested at airport on big fraud rap 

The police are reporting that a Greek national and former general manager of an all-inclusive hotel in Trelawny was arrested at the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) in Kingston on Monday for alleged financial crimes.

Jamaican dollar devalues by $2.15 against Canadian counterpart 

The Jamaican dollar lost $2.15 against the Canadian dollar even as it revalued by five cents against the US counterpart on Monday,

Man dead, many others injured in Portland crash 

A male pedal cyclist lost his life and a significant number of other persons were injured in a vehicular crash in Port Antonio, Portland on Saturday.