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Hamilton wins in Russia to extend lead in title race

Monday, October, 1 2018    

Sochi, Russia (AFP) — A sheepish Lewis Hamilton increased his lead in this year's drivers' world championship to 50 points when he claimed an accomplished victory, aided by Mercedes team tactics, in yesterday's Russian Grand Prix. Read More

Nissan NV350 goes automatic

Friday, September, 28 2018    

The 2018 Nissan NV350 posts one big upgrade: the availability of an automatic transmission. The feature ensures it continues to be a player in the commercial vehicle market. Read More

Gov't approves petrol contracts

Friday, September, 28 2018    

Three contracts valued more than $269 million have been approved by Cabinet for the supply and delivery of petrol and medical gases, and for the rehabilitation of the Gayle Multi-purpose Centre in St Mary. Read More

Audi says thanks

By Rory Daley Observer writer daleyr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 28 2018    

AUDI Jamaica, ATL Automotive division responsible for the brand, held its second Audi Advantage at its state-of-the-art showroom on Oxford Road in New Kingston last Thursday. Read More

Audi has the Advantage

Friday, September, 28 2018    

Cocktails , laughter, and plenty of champagne to go around was the order of the evening at second staging of Audi Advantage held at ATL Automotive's state-of-the-art showroom on Oxford Road in New Kingston, last Thursday. Read More

Dirt Splurt on Sunday

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, September, 28 2018    

DEXERITY series Asphalt Assault heads to the Tru-Juice Orchards in Bog Walk, St Catherine, on Sunday. The event, dubbed Dirt Splurt, will be hosted by TeamStreetz Jamaica. Read More

Jeep Cherokee Laredo: a Grand affair

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer daleyr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 21 2018    

Luxury may vary depending on people and cultures. For Americans, space and freedom are the ultimate luxuries; the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo embraces both to separate itself from other rivals in the segment, something it does admirably. Read More

More traffic changes coming

Friday, September, 21 2018    

As the National Works Agency (NWA) continues to tweak its traffic management plan in Kingston and St Andrew, more change is to come starting this weekend. Read More

Platform Promises

BY HORACE HINES Observer reporter hinesh@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 21 2018    

HEAD of Ride Jamaica Dr Shaun Jones has extended an arm of assistance to the Ministry of Transport for the establishment of a national database to accelerate the process of granting licences under the public transport liberalisation pilot project. Read More

Magna refreshes SUVs

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer daleyr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 21 2018    

Magna Motors Dealers Limited, the exclusive distributor of Hyundai motor vehicles in Jamaica, launched the 2019 models of two of the three sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in its line-up: the Tucson and Santa Fe. The occasion took place on the grounds of the currently under-construction... Read More

Au revoir, Total Bordeaux scholars

Friday, September, 21 2018    

LISA Vasciannie, lecturer, international relations, and coordinator of the French-Caribbean programme at the Mona campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), said the basic requirement to be considered for the much-sought-after Total Jamaica scholarship is for prospective awardees... Read More

Hamilton wins Singapore Grand Prix to increase title lead

Monday, September, 17 2018    

SINGAPORE (AFP) — Lewis Hamilton won the Singapore Grand Prix yesterday in dominant fashion to increase his Formula One championship lead over Sebastian Vettel to 40 points with just six races remaining. Read More

Transport group complains of losing money

Friday, September, 14 2018    

The Transport Operators Development Sustainable Service (TODSS) yesterday complained that its members are losing revenue to other forms of transportation due to poor traffic management in the Corporate Area. Read More

Customers-first approach continues for Honda Jamaica

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, September, 14 2018    

Following hugely successful Airbag Repair-a-thon events in Montego Bay and Mandeville, the ATL Automotive Group has scheduled repair events for November 8-10 and November 14-18 for all Honda drivers in Ocho Rios and Portmore, respectively. Read More

Volkswagen to end iconic 'Beetle' cars next year

Friday, September, 14 2018    

NEW YORK, United States (AFP) — Volkswagen announced yesterday it would end production of its iconic 'Beetle' cars in 2019 after adding a pair of final editions of the insect-inspired vehicles. Read More



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