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Monthly Archives: November 2019

PM lauds history-making Jamaica-born female bishop

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has congratulated Jamaican-born priest, the Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin on becoming the Church of England’s first black female Bishop of Dover.

Well-known playwright Paul O Beale is dead

Playwright Paul O. Beale died late Friday of what is suspected to be a heart attack.

Politician robbed of more than $1 million in Portmore 

The Portmore police in St Catherine are investigating a case in which a politician was robbed of a large sum of money in the sunshine city a few days ago.

Buju Banton signs with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation 

Jay-Z’s Roc Nation company has added reggae star Buju Banton to its jam-packed roster.

8 people shot, 2 fatally, in Harbour View 

Investigators from the Major Investigation Division (MID) are leading an investigation into a shooting incident that left two persons dead and six nursing gunshot wounds in Bayshore Park, Harbour View, St Andrew on Saturday, November 23.

Minister orders probe into brawl at Pembroke Hall High

MINISTER with responsibility for education, youth and information, Karl Samuda, has ordered an investigation into an incident in which a teacher at the Pembroke Hall High School allegedly threatened a student with physical harm.