Monthly Archives: May 2016

Stephen Marley’s set to bear fruit 

Stephen Marley is set to release his fourth studio album, Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life, on July 22.

The release is scheduled to come at the end of a 44-city, United States coast-to-coast run, which is slated to begin in Redway, California on Thursday, May 26 and ends in New Orleans on July 24.

Pregnant women urged to protect themselves from mosquito bites 

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Although pregnant women are not among Jamaica’s 10 confirmed Zika virus cases, National Epidemiologist Dr Karen Webster-Kerr is reminding them to protect themselves from mosquito bites.

Portia scolds Gov’t 

Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller makes her contribution to the 2016/2017 Budget Debate at Gordon House, downtown Kingston, yesterday. (Photo: Michael Gordon)

AFTER DRUG CONVICTION, FIFTH ELEMENT RECORDS/MANAGEMENT IS BACK AND TEAMS UP WITH RICHIE SPICE! 

Jermaine Barnaby/Freelance Photographer International Reggae singer Richie Spice (center) poses with The Element CEO Eaton Evans (left), and president Claude Sayers.—

DANCEHALL ARTIST MERCILESS BEATEN UNCONSCIOUSLY BY MAN WITH IRON!

Leonard “Merciless” Bartley

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 Dancehall deejay Merciless is currently at home recuperating following a beating that left him allegedly unconscious last evening.

Two siblings perish in St Andrew fire 

A woman, identified as the grandmother of 10-y-o Nhyeema Barrett, who perished in the fire, is consoled by friends.

GRIEF and anguish gripped Heathfield Avenue, off Studio One Boulevard in St Andrew, yesterday after two siblings — ages 10 and five — perished in an early morning fire that destroyed their seven-bedroom house.