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Undaunted!

Monday, September, 25 2017    

Maggotty, St Elizabeth — She is totally blind, but 14-year-old Moneajah Elliott is not allowing that to hold her back. Read More

Photo: Helping hand

Monday, September, 25 2017    

Senior medical officer at the Mandeville Regional Hospital (MRH), Dr Everton McIntosh (second left), accepts a donation of medical supplies and pharmaceuticals valued at $2.6 million from Managing Director of Medical Disposables and Supplies (MDS) Myrtis Boothe. Looking on are Business... Read More

Photo: My ball!

Monday, September, 25 2017    

Leon Stephenson (left) attempts to dribble past Maggotty High School's Lamar Thompson during their ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup game at the STETHS Sports Complex in Santa Cruz on Saturday. Lacovia High won the game 2-1 with goals from Deshawn Powell in the 27th minute and Oshane Staple in the 70th. Read More

UPDATE: 13 people held in connection with seizure of rifles in St James

Monday, September, 25 2017    

ST JAMES, Jamaica — The police are reporting that 12 men and a woman were taken into custody following the seizure of four high-powered M16 rifles, a Glock .45 pistol and 87 assorted rounds of ammunition in Flanker, St James, today.Reports from the St James Police are that a... Read More

Record arrivals mark the start of Tourism Awareness Week — Bartlett

Monday, September, 25 2017    

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica — The local tourism sector began its celebration of Tourism Awareness Week 2017 with news that Jamaica continues to experience record-breaking visitor arrivals. Read More

Blame starts to fly over Mexico quake collapses

Monday, September, 25 2017    

MEXICO CITY, Mexico (AFP) — Allegations of negligent construction and oversight began to fly Monday after deadly building collapses during Mexico's earthquake, as hope faded of finding more survivors of a disaster that killed more than 300 people. Read More

Four M16 rifles seized in St James

Monday, September, 25 2017    

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Corporate Communications Unit (CCU) of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) a short while ago confirmed that the police this morning seized four M16 rifles and multiple rounds of ammunition in Flanker, St James. Read More

Brexit negotiators clash as talks resume

Monday, September, 25 2017    

BRUSSELS, Belgium (AFP) — The EU and Britain resumed Brexit talks on Monday with fresh clashes, dimming hopes that a speech by Prime Minister Theresa May could provide a breakthrough in unlocking stalled negotiations. Read More

Dominica death toll at 27; 18 missing after Maria

Monday, September, 25 2017    

ROSEAU, Dominica (CMC) — Dominica's Police Chief says the death toll following the passage of Hurricane Maria has now risen to 27. Read More

Motorcyclists account for 31% of road fatalities since January

Monday, September, 25 2017    

KINGSTON, Jamaica— Motorcyclists, with 77deaths, account for 31 per cent of road users killed in motor vehicle crashes since the start of the year, the Road Safety Unit (RSU) has revealed. Read More

PNP wants ban on mining in Cockpit Country

Monday, September, 25 2017    

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Opposition People's National Party (PNP) is calling for a speedy resolution to the definition of the Cockpit Country boundaries and a ban on mining in the area. Read More

Waltham Park Road shooting leaves 2 dead

Monday, September, 25 2017    

KINGSTON, Jamaica — A 13-year-old boy was among two people shot dead in Mongoose Town off Waltham Park Road in Kingston on Sunday, the police have reported. Read More

Trump has declared war on N Korea, says foreign minister

Monday, September, 25 2017    

NEW YORK, United States (AFP) — US President Donald Trump has "declared a war" on North Korea, the country's foreign minister said Monday while conveying a threat to shoot down US bombers. Read More

New US travel ban 'psychological terrorism' — Venezuela

Monday, September, 25 2017    

CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) — Venezuela accused the United States on Monday of "psychological terrorism" designed to bring down the government after it was included in a list of eight countries targeted by a travel ban. Read More

Windies launch relief drive for Caribbean hurricane victims

Monday, September, 25 2017    

BRISTOL, England (CMC) — West Indies players wore black armbands during Sunday's third ODI in tribute to those who lost their lives in the recent hurricanes which swept through the Caribbean. Read More



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