Young Jamaica Condemns Clarendon Murders

Young Jamaica Condemns Clarendon Murders as “Unprecedented” Assault On Innocence of Jamaica’s Youth Young Jamaica is this afternoon condemning what it describes as the “unprecedented assault on the innocence of Jamaica’s youth.” This after reports…

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Kingston – Young Jamaica, the recently revamped youth arm of the Opposition Jamaica Labour Party, is alarmed at the latest tax burden imposed by Dr. Peter Phillips. The Minister of Finance has again betrayed the…

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Jamaican Ambassador Soon Come to the United Nations

By Sara Brittany Somerset – The United Nations Secretary-General H.E. Mr. Ban Ki Moon received the credentials of the new Permanent Representative of Jamaica to the United Nations: H.E. Mr. Courtenay Rattray. The meeting took…


OCR Hosts School Tours

The Office of the Children’s Registry (OCR) has embarked on a series of school tours aimed at increasing children’s awareness about the OCR and reporting of child abuse and missing children. The school tours, two…


Reggae Release Announces Jamaica 50th Sale

Kingston, Jamaica, August 15, 2012 – Reggae Release, a nationwide provider of digital content distribution services, announced the debut of their Jamaica 50th celebratory sale. With their special offers and discounts clients will get the…

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Beenie Man’s USA Work Permit Reinstated

New York: Two years after his USA work permit was initially cancelled, controversial DJ Beenie Man, aka Moses Davis will return to the USA for a performance at the inaugural ‘Groovin In The Park’ concert…

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GTech Fosters Culture Shift At Holy Trinity

Kingston, Jamaica: May 17, 2012 – Students at Holy Trinity High School in Kingston now have access to a new, fully functioning computer lab thanks to lottery technology company GTECH Corporation’s After School Advantage Programme….