The joys of art!

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Organisers are expressing satisfaction with the 28th Mandeville Art Fair staged recently over three days at the St John Bosco Auditorium in Hatfield, west of here. Read More

Manchester recently honoured two of its valiant sons — Stanley Francis, 98, and Aston Senior, 95, two living survivors of World War II, which ended 74 years ago. It was Remembrance Sunday, November 10 — a day before the November 11 official commemoration of Armistice Day,...... Read More

Food safety training for Chinese employers and their workers
MAY PEN, Clarendon — Local health authorities say a training programme has influenced significant improvements in food safety compliance among Chinese nationals who operate businesses in this south-central parish.... Read More

Northern Caribbean University (NCU) recently presented certificates to students at its annual Honours Convocation where 783 students were given awards. In this photo, President Lincoln Edwards (left) presents a certificate to top student Arton Wedderburn who emerged as the student with the...... Read More

Clarendon Rule!

Monday, November, 18 2019    

Defending daCosta Cup and Olivier Shield champions Clarendon College reached the final of the ISSA Champions Cup final on Saturday cruising past Cornwall College 3-0 in their semi-final game at the National Stadium in Kingston. Rodrick Granville scored for Clarendon... Read More

BB Coke celebrate good times

Monday, November, 18 2019    

JUNCTION, St Elizabeth — BB Coke High were dismissed by many as a “Cinderella team” back in September at the start of the 2019 schoolboy season. Read More

'Teef, Teef !!'

BY GARFIELD MYERS Editor at Large South Central Bureau | Monday, November, 18 2019    

CHUDLEIGH, Manchester - Farmer Albert Forrest grimaced in seeming pain as he pointed The Jamaica Observer team to his patch of sweet peppers. Read More


Monday, November, 18 2019    

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2019Press Conference to launch Technology Day 2019 @ The Bishop William Murray Lecture Theatre, Church Teachers' College, Mandeville 4:30 pm NOVEMBER 17-22, 2019Civil Service Week NOVEMBER 22, 2019 Read More

Williams-Singh wants drone operation under JCAA control

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, November, 14 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — In light of the proliferation of drones, Director General of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA) Nari Williams-Singh, is advocating that the operation of the unmanned aerial systems fall under the umbrella of the civil aviation... Read More

More men join Sandals/Beaches breast cancer fight

Thursday, November, 14 2019    

NEGRIL, Westmoreland— Sandals and Beaches resorts in Negril say this year more men were engaged and eager to learn about breast cancer than the previous years of its annual breast cancer awareness campaign dubbed 'Simply the Breast', held last month. Read More

Rotary Club of Lucea renews call for dialysis machines at Noel Holmes Hospital

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer West writer | Thursday, November, 14 2019    

LUCEA, Hanover — President of the Rotary Club of Lucea, Nerris Hawthorne, is calling on Health and Wellness Minister Dr Christopher Tufton to facilitate the equipping of Noel Holmes Hospital in Hanover with dialysis machines. Read More

Battle Royale

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, November, 14 2019    

Cornwall College will continue the defence of their ISSA Champions Cup KO title on Saturday, when they meet Clarendon College in the semi-finals, set for National Stadium, starting at 4:00pm.Cornwall College qualified for the semi-finals for the third time since 2016, after another... Read More

DCP Blake decries police abuse of citizens

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, November, 14 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — A senior police officer is decrying the prevalence with which members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, during the execution of their duties, are caught on video abusing civilians. Read More

Skylark Resort stages second Film Nights

Thursday, November, 14 2019    

The projection lights came on for the second staging of Skylark Film Nights with six short films and two feature films over two nights at Skylark Resort on Negril's famous seven-mile white sand beach last weekend. Read More

St James FA wants control of UDC field

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, November, 14 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — As part of plans to improve several playing fields in and around the city of Montego Bay, the newly elected executive of the St James Football Association will be seeking to get full control of the UDC field on Howard Cooke Boulevard, the most used venue in the... Read More


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