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A Poor Man's Corner

BY RACQUEL PORTER Observer staff reporter porterr@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, October, 5 2017    

RESIDENTS of Poor Man's Corner in St Thomas are now wondering if it is because the community is poor why the main road continues to be neglected despite numerous complaints over many years. Read More

Verstappen hails 'unbelievable'

Monday, October, 2 2017    

Sepang, Malaysia (AFP) — Max Verstappen capped a perfect birthday weekend with victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix and then hailed his Red Bull team for giving him an “unbelievable” car. Read More

Subaru XV: Xtra & Versatile

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, September, 29 2017    

SUBARU has always been that quirky Japanese automaker following their own path. However, when they do dip their toes into the mainstream they tend to bring their brand of magic to the table. So it should be no surprise that the Subaru XV is that vehicle for the rest of us, and for 2018... Read More

Stewart wins first rally victory

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, September, 29 2017    

TIMOTHY Stewart, with co-driver veteran Stephen Gunter, capped his first rally victory at the Drivers Rallysport Club's (DRC) third meet at New Hall in St Catherine last Sunday. Read More

Auto dealers sign on Scotiabank's Shop 876

Friday, September, 29 2017    

FOR its inaugural showing, Scotiabank's Shop 876 has aligned with some of the islands car dealerships to bring out their latest models. ATL Automotive, Stewart's Automotive, and Toyota Jamaica have all signed on to showcase their offerings; and what a show it will be on the lawns of... Read More

Fresh Talent For Kia

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, September, 29 2017    

HIGHLY trained technicians and service personnel are among some of the skill sets needed by ATL Automotive for its Kia dealership, which opens March 1 next year. Read More

Merging motorsport

Friday, September, 29 2017    

There's no doubt that each version of motorsport has its dieheard fans — from circuit racing to straight-line drag.Despite the differences, they'll all find a home on our pages.    Read More

JPS and USAID host electric vehicle seminar

Wednesday, September, 27 2017    

Electric vehicles have significant potential to lower transport costs for consumers and businesses, while lowering greenhouse gas emissions, improving local air quality and stimulating economic growth and sustainability. As such, the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) and the... Read More

Motorists can now pay vehicle fitness fees online

Saturday, September, 23 2017    

MOTORISTS can now pay their motor vehicle fitness fees online. Read More

KIG unveils Subaru XV

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, September, 22 2017    

J AMAICA's oldest dealership, Kingston Industrial Garage (KIG), launched their latest offering the 2018 Subaru XV in fine style at their Spanish Town Road showroom in Kingston on Tuesday night. Read More

'TOTAL' coastal clean-up

Friday, September, 22 2017    

DAVID Summerbell Jr was along the Palisadoes strip on Saturday, but not at the go-kart track. He instead ditched his driving gloves for much bigger ones as part of TOTAL Jamaica's team at the 2017 International Coastal Cleanup Day. Read More

PHOTO FINISH: Sizzling with the Subaru XV

Friday, September, 22 2017    

JAMAICA'S oldest dealership, Kingston Industrial Garage, was this week's automotive hot spot as it launched the 2018 Subaru XV at its newly renovated Spanish Town Road showroom in Kingston, on Tuesday. The occasion also saw a handover of one the vehicles to newly crowned Miss Universe... Read More

Senna Summerbell leads karting field

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, September, 22 2017    

THE race for the Jamaica Karting Association's highest honour — the Abe Ziadie Trophy — may go the way of current points leader Senna Summerbell, as defending champion Ryan Lue may not take the field for the final event come Sunday, November... Read More

CR-V: AHEAD OF THE CLASS

Friday, September, 22 2017    

FROM start to finish, the 2018 Honda CR-V shows why it's the class leader. Re-imagined from the ground up, the CR-V boasts a myriad of new features and punches way above its class as a mid-sized SUV. Read More

Hamilton wins crucial, chaotic Singapore GP

Monday, September, 18 2017    

Singapore , Singapore (AFP) — Lewis Hamilton won a chaotic and rain-hit Singapore Grand Prix yesterday to seize control of the Formula One world championship as his title rival Sebastian Vettel crashed out on the first lap. Read More



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