Monthly Archives: September 2019

Female lawyer killed in ‘Ochi’ identified; mom battling for life 

Grief has struck the resort town of Ocho Rios in St Ann with the news of the heinous murder of a prominent female attorney there and the wounding of her mother while both were inside a vehicle on Milford Road on Friday.

Awaiting fate

NASSAU, The Bahamas — At least one Jamaican in hurricane-ravaged Grand Bahama has battened down ahead of a weather system that is expected to bear down on the islands in north-western Bahamas this weekend.

Jamaican doctor answers call of duty on American Airlines flight 

As the American Airlines flight hurtled Thursday morning past Cuba on its way to Miami, there was a frantic plea from an elderly woman: “is there a doctor on board?’. Her male companion, a white haired septuagenarian had fainted in her arms, and she feared the worst.

Tessanne Chin expecting baby girl 

Social media exploded with glee Tuesday morning as singer Tessanne Chin announced that she is expecting a baby girl in 2020.

Canadian investor to build ice rink for winter sports on north coast 

A Canadian investor has indicated readiness to build an ice rink for Jamaica’s ice hockey team on the country’s north coast, as part of a package that includes the construction of an eight hundred room boutique hotel.

$20 billion plan to help address Corporate Area drainage problems

There could soon be an end to major flooding in sections of the Corporate Area, as Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced a US$150 million (Ja$20 billion) plan to address the recurring problem., pub-0506098242811370, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0