Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh crowned Miss World

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Toni-Ann Singh, Miss Jamaica World is Miss World 2019.Singh won from a field of 114 contestants at the 69th edition of the pageant. Read more

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House to vote on SOEs/ZOSOs Tuesday

With Balford Henry | Sunday, December, 8 2019    

Prime Minister's overseas trip Read More

Digicel expands superfast service to eastern parishes

Sunday, December, 8 2019    

Digicel customers in St Mary, St Thomas and Portland now have superfast LTE mobile Internet service to do more streaming, uploading and downloading up to 10 times faster than ever before. Read More

Education Ministry partners to roll out islandwide school management software

Sunday, December, 8 2019    

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information (MOEYI) announced on Friday that it has forged a partnership with MySchool Jamaica Solutions Ltd, one of the leading school management software (SMS) companies in Jamaica. Read More

Belize police probe discovery of burnt aircraft

Sunday, December, 8 2019    

BELMOPAN (CMC) — Police were continuing their investigations into the discovery of a burnt out plane near the village of Chan Chen in Corozal District, which is not far from the Mexican border. Read More

Guyana judge orders mediation in lawsuit filed by Jamaican woman

Sunday, December, 8 2019    

Guyana’s acting chief justice on Thursday issued an order for mediation to take place into a multi-million-dollar lawsuit which was filed against the State by a Jamaican woman who was wrongfully imprisoned. Read More

African internship opportunities for UWI medical students

Sunday, December, 8 2019    

BRIDGETOWN (CMC) — Barbados Health Minister Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bostic says medical students at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, could soon have internship opportunities in Africa. Read More

US holds historic cyber capacity-building workshop for the Caribbean

Sunday, December, 8 2019    

The United States says it has completed a historic three-day cyber capacity- building workshop for the Caribbean and Latin America. Read More

2019: The year gene therapy came of age

Sunday, December, 8 2019    

WASHINGTON DC, United States (AFP) — In the summer, a mother in Nashville with a seemingly incurable genetic disorder finally found an end to her suffering — by editing her genome. Read More

PNP salutes Dominica's Skerrit, DLP

Sunday, December, 8 2019    

The Opposition People's National Party (PNP) has congratulated the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) and Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit on being re-elected during Friday's general election in that Windward Island state. Read More

Forecasters warn of less rainfall for Caribbean

Sunday, December, 8 2019    

BRIDGETOWN (CMC) — The Barbados-based Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH) says as the region enters the new dry season, rainfall is expected to decline, with parts of the Caribbean already suffering drought conditions in recent months feeling effects from... Read More

To moral health

BY WARRICK LATTIBEAUDIERE | Sunday, December, 8 2019    

 SOME go through many pains to remain physically clean. Read More

CLA issues 50th licence for medical marijuana

Saturday, December, 7 2019    

THE Cannabis Licensing Authority (CLA) has issued its 50th licence for operations in the medical cannabis industry. Read More

PHOTO: Grandpa and the boys

Saturday, December, 7 2019    

This grandfather, spotted on West Cumberland Boulevard in Portmore, puts on a smile for the camera while taking his two grandchirdren to school, yesterday. (Photo: Garfield Robinson) Read More

Permanent traffic changes for Mandela Highway/Six Miles

Saturday, December, 7 2019    

MOTORISTS will, as of next Monday, no longer be able to turn directly from the Mandela Highway onto Tom Cringle Drive.The national Works Agency (NWA), which made the announcement yesterday, said the median at the intersection will be closed permanently to improve... Read More

Gov't to provide healthier meals for students

Saturday, December, 7 2019    

STUDENTS will be provided with healthier meals under the National School Feeding Programme come September next year, according to Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw.He said more local ground provisions and fruits will be made... Read More



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