Manchester political leaders press for more development

MANDEVILLE, Manchester - At least two political leaders in Manchester believe that more housing developments are needed in the parish, especially given the town's growth as a major educational hub. Read More

Fruit trees for life
MANDEVILLE, Manchester - Six schools in Manchester recently received donations of fruit trees in recognition of International Day of Forests celebrated under the 2019 theme: Forests and Education, according to a news release circulated here.... Read More

Free health care in Mile Gully
MANDEVILLE, Manchester - More than 300 people turned up at the Mile Gully Primary School in northern Manchester recently to take advantage of free services offered at a health and information fair.... Read More

For the love of health, people
MANDEVILLE, Manchester - Guests at Three Angels Pharmacy's annual Customer Appreciation Day on Thursday, March 28 were treated to giveaways, product sampling from different companies, presentations on health and wellness, and free medical care — including dental cleaning, checking...... Read More

Fingers crossed for Russell!

Monday, April, 22 2019    

Caribbean cricket fans are keeping their fingers crossed that star all-rounder Andre Russell, who has struggled with a bad knee in recent years, will be fit enough to take his place in the West Indies squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup which begins in late May in... Read More

New home for Clarendon family

Monday, April, 22 2019    

MAY PEN, Clarendon - The lives of a mother and her three children have been transformed following the gift of a new two-bedroom house from aid agency Food For The Poor-Jamaica and its donors. Read More

Central Diary

Monday, April, 22 2019    

(1) Monday, April 22Coconut Tree ProductionsEaster Monday EventMandeville Kite, Bun & Cheese Family FestManchester Golf ClubMandevilleManchester — 10:00 am - 10:00 pm (2) Thursday, April 25 Read More

Semis battle

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, April, 18 2019    

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Hundreds attend Outsource2Jamaica expo

Thursday, April, 18 2019    

Players in the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry in the island gathered in the second city for the two-day Outsource2Jamaica Symposium and Expo at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Rose Hall last Thursday and Friday. Read More

MoBay promoter calls for more sponsorship of entertainment events

Thursday, April, 18 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Dwight Troupe, of Dream Worx Entertainment, promoters of Supernova, is calling on the g overnment and private sector, to sponsor more entertainment events across the resort city of Montego Bay, pointing to... Read More

Hip Strip — April 18 2019

Thursday, April, 18 2019    

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'New dawn'

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, April, 18 2019    

STEWART CASTLE, Trelawny—Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the development of the major township by Amaterra Group in Trelawny is the dawning of a new era for the parish's economy, which was once largely predicated on the cultivation of sugar cane. Read More

Dunn's River upgrade

Monday, April, 15 2019    

POPULAR tourist attraction Dunn's River Falls and Park is to be upgraded this financial year, Minister of Finance and the Public Service Dr Nigel Clarke recently announced. Read More

Centenarian says pleasant wife contributed to long life

Monday, April, 15 2019    

ON April 6 O'Neil McKenzie turned 100, joining the prestigious group of approximately 300,000 centenarians living worldwide.His secret to long life is simple — he values peace of mind and he honours his wife. Read More

Springhead's flowing secret

BY ARTHUR HALL Editor-at-Large | Monday, April, 15 2019    

It is a secret they were reluctant to share with the rest of Jamaica, even though they share it freely with those who discover it. Read More


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