Monthly Archives: January 2019

VIDEO: Onlookers rush to the rescue of crashed biker in St Andrew

A motorcyclist who was seriously injured in a crash along Dunrobin Avenue in St Andrew on Thursday, was fortunate to have benefited from the kind hearts of onlookers who rushed to his assistance.

Rebel Salute 2019 set to showcase the best of reggae

When the first note is struck inside the Grizzly’s Plantation Cove in St Ann, Jamaica on Friday night, the opening clarion call will be sounded for what is expected to be yet another culturally uplifting and clean music festival for which the Rebel Salute brand is known.

Buju’s ticket website crashes

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Minutes after ticket sales opened for Buju Banton’s Long Walk to Freedom concert tour on March 16, scores of supporters took to social media to express their distress that the websites have crashed.

Like A Champion!

THE management for Grammy-winning deejay Buju Banton is confident that the National Stadium in St Andrew will be filled to capacity for the March 16 concert to start his Long Walk to Freedom Tour.

104-year-old man waiting over 30 years for land title from Jamalco

The National Water Commission (NWC) loudly touts the slogan, “Water is Life’. And if the Ministry of Agriculture was canvassed, it would likely readily promote the ownership of land as being similarly key to economic empowerment.

FLA distances itself from sex tape

The Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) has sought to distance itself from a sex video being circulated online.