KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — The Ministry of Justice has signed a contract valued at $245 million for Phase II of the Justice Square Project downtown Kingston.
The work, to be undertaken by MLO Construction over a six-month period, involves the further refurbishing of the Supreme Court and renovation of the former Nati ...more »
It has now turned out that behind the fallout of directors, with the deposed kingmaker in Cayman, are claims that someone blurted out in the heated meeting that he is a closet gay. Some of them are saying that something has got to give, or someone has got to go. Stay tuned.
Ras Puddler's egg all over police face
The ones who should know are saying that the top one called the divisional commander and gave him a tongue-lashing, which was followed by the arrest of the weed grower. There was embarrassment all over after the Observer report. But the arrest is not popular with John Public because many white visitors were allowed to smoke their spliff without hindrance.
Green-eyed monster rears its ugly head
Bad mind and jealousy are killing the plantation. People are disgusted with the nasty attack on the lady for hiring a private jet to take the delegation, which turned out to have saved taxpayers a lot of money. But they are speculating that the attack was motivated by spite for the owner of the jet.
Not till the fat lady sings
People are still angry over that nasty business of dragging Jamaica's image as an athletic powerhouse through the mud. With friends, or citizens like these, who needs enemies? Well, it's not over till the fat lady sings her swansong.
Flights of fancy
What was 'Scree' Bertram thinking when he said he shared the sentiments of an audience for renaming the Sangster International Airport after Father Coombs? 'Scree' should know better than to board such flights of fancy!
Question of the week
Should ganja be legalised or decriminalised?
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