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THE body of Bahamian singer Johnny Kemp was found on a beach in Montego Bay, St James, on Thursday. Kemp, 55, who lived in New York, is known for the 1987 Billboard dance anthem Just Got Paid. Acc ...

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EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD singer Skip is the latest member of the Marley clan to ply his trade in the music arena. He is preparing the digital release of his debut single Cry to Me next Tuesday. Co-pr ...

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Marley legacy
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FORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding has been identified as the Government official who asked then Commissioner of Police Owen Ellington to speak with two clergymen with the hopes of getting Christ ...

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'It was Golding'
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HUNDREDS of costumed revellers, as well, countless soca enthusiasts, poured into the streets of the Corporate Area for the Digicel Road March on Sunday. Revellers danced their way to and from M ...

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NORTH SOUND, Antigua and Barbuda (AFP) — James Anderson became the leading wicket-taker in English Test cricket history, dismissing West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin after tea on the final day ...

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WINDWARD Road powered their way to retain their title with a whopping 520.5 points at the 37th staging of the Institute of Sports (INSPORTS)/Hi-Lyte Junior High Schools Track and Field Championshi ...

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Windward Rd retain title

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Jamaicans head to Cuba on trade mission  11:37 PM

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NEWS

Neighbourhood Watch Secretariat condemns Clarendon killings

THE National Neighbourhood Watch Secretary has expressed "strong condemnation" for Wednesday night's slaughtering of a man and four schoolboys, execution-style, in the Hayes community of Clarendon ... Read More

Golding proposed clergymen's intervention
FORMER Prime Minister Bruce Golding has been identified as the Government official who asked then Commissioner of Police Owen Ellington to speak w ...... Read More

Smith concerned about level of crime and violence
OPPOSITION spokesman on national security, Derrick Smith, says that the alarming rate of murders and other major crimes currently affecting the coun ...... Read More

R&B singer dies in Jamaica
THE body of Bahamian singer Johnny Kemp was found on a beach in Montego Bay, St James, on Thursday. Kemp, 55, who lived in New York, is known for t ...... Read More

SPORT

Windward Road storm through to retain INSPORTS Junior Champs

WINDWARD Road powered their way to retain their title with a whopping 520.5 points at the 37th staging of the Institute of Sports (INSPORTS)/Hi-Lyte Junior High Schools Track and Field Championshi ... Read More

Holder’s maiden ton, Anderson’s historic feat highlight drawn Test
NORTH SOUND, Antigua and Barbuda (AFP) — James Anderson became the leading wicket-taker in English Test cricket history, dismissing West Indie ...... Read More

St Mary T20 Big Bash to be decided this weekend
THE curtain will come down on the St Mary/Maurice Clarke Big Bash Twenty20 cricket competition with the playing of the semi-finals and finals this w ...... Read More

17th Mayberry Investments Schools' Swimming Championship on
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BUSINESS

Knutsford Express doubles profits

The listed bus company, Knutsford Express Ltd will expand its routes to include sections of Portland amid posting $19.1 million in net profit for its February 2015 third-quarter which more than do ... Read More

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JAMAICA'S growth forecast was slightly lowered for 2015, but surprisingly it still beat the average growth in Latin America and the Caribbean, acc ...... Read More

DevCa winners point the way for Caribbean entrepreneurs
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How we think impacts our development 
ONE of the things I encourage my staff to do is feel free to be critical of me as CEO of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ), which le ...... Read More

ENTERTAINMENT

Phelicia Dell for CFW

HAITIAN designer Phelicia Dell will be presenting her art-inspired Vèvè Collection at Caribbean Fashionweek's (CFW's)15th anniversary staging in June. Conceptualised by Pulse's CE ... Read More

Skip ready to carry Marley legacy
EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD singer Skip is the latest member of the Marley clan to ply his trade in the music arena. He is preparing the digital release ...... Read More

We ready fi road!
HUNDREDS of costumed revellers, as well, countless soca enthusiasts, poured into the streets of the Corporate Area for the Digicel Road March on S ...... Read More

Empress creates musical legacy
LONDON was the most musically diverse city in the world during the 1970s. Punk rock, heavy metal and roots-reggae made the British capital a hotbed ...... Read More

ALL WOMAN

Stacia Davidson’s Yaad Trendz

Yaad Trendz stylist Stacia Davidson is creating waves on the local fashion scene. And with her one-of-a kind Neckstaz line, she has also been attracting a lot of attention in another area. “I ... Read More

Study links diabetes in pregnancy to higher autism risk
  When pregnant women develop gestational diabetes early in pregnancy, their children may face a higher risk of developing autism, researchers s ...... Read More

The woman he’s calling behind your back
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Do women watch porn too?
If you believe that only men engage in watching pornography, you’re wrong. In fact, more and more women are getting in on the action, and bel ...... Read More

COLUMNS

He came, saw, conquered...or did he?

PRESIDENT Obama has come and gone and the echoes remain. He made history, and not just because he is the first man of colour to lead a nation billed as the most powerful on Earth. Whether that is ... Read More

The visit
On April 8, 2015, around 6:00 pm, word was "The eagle has landed" and nail biting turned to jubilation -- the visit was on! For a night and a day ...... Read More

Use PetroCaribe, green energy bonds to pay for renewables
HOW do we raise the US$2,800 million to finance the all-renewables initiative? First up, let's jump-start the transformation by raising the critical ...... Read More

The Tivoli time bomb had to be defused
As I continue to listen to evidence coming out of the Tivoli Enquiry, and especially that from former Commissioner of Police Owen Ellington, I am ...... Read More

REGIONAL

Ban stays!

THE Trelawny Police Division are to continue the ban imposed more than three years ago which prohibits residents of Bunker’s Hill and its environs from playing music at social events staged in ... Read More

Luz Longsworth leaves UWI, Western Jamaica Campus for Barbados
MONTEGO BAY, St James - THERE were glowing tributes for well-loved, outgoing director of the Western Jamaica Campus of the University of the West In ...... Read More

Hyde, O’Hara fall to ‘Penns’ hurdle
FROM Saturday’s high of Elaine Thompson’s incredible 10.92 seconds world-leading women’s 100m run at the UTech Classic to Monday&rs ...... Read More

Garcia fires back!
TUCKER, St James — Carlos Garcia, the former coach of Montego Bay United has fired back at accusations that the team was unfit, and hinted that ...... Read More

EDITORIALS

Well done, Windies, let's get even better from here

THE West Indies team didn't win in Antigua yesterday, but all West Indian cricket fans are feeling like winners just at the moment. The drawn first Test match against England felt like victory ... Read More

Chilling revelations from the Tivoli Enquiry
THE testimony being given by former Police Commissioner Owen Ellington at the Tivoli Gardens Commission of Enquiry is quite revealing. In fact, we ...... Read More

It's not easy being in Opposition. Ask the JLP!
The late People's National Party (PNP) Prime Minister Michael Manley was reported as saying that being in Opposition was boring. It's probably worse ...... Read More

Summit of the Americas: Success or failure?
MANY Jamaicans are awaiting indications as to whether our attendance at the Summit of the Americas was a waste of time and money. This is because th ...... Read More

AUTO

New CR-V for JA

STARTING next month, the Honda CR-V will be available in Jamaica for the first time with two-wheel-drive from local Honda dealers ATL Automotive. The two-wheel-drive CRV will replace the entry-leve ... Read More

Long live the King!
THE funeral service for motor racer Daryl King will be held at the St James Parish Church in Montego Bay, St James, tomorrow at 10:00 am. King, ...... Read More

SkunkLIFE lives up to billing
Buoyed by the success of the inaugural Club SkunkLIFE party series at Suzie's Bakery and Coffee Bar in St Andrew last month, organisers are in high ...... Read More

Obama leaves mark on JCCC
IT was an extra-special trip to Mandeville for the Jamaica Classic Car Club (JCCC) last Sunday, as they joined with club members from the southern e ...... Read More

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