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'Too much!'

November 18, 2019

A day after Alisia Beckford buried her brother and was preparing to attend church, gunmen entered her yard in Bayshore Heights, St Andrew, and sprayed her son, Justin Foster, with bullets. According to Beckford, the 16-year-old Career Advancement Pr more

Ministry reiterates it will cover funeral costs for Clan Carthy student

November 18, 2019

The education ministry yesterday reiterated that it will cover funeral costs of Clan Carthy Primary student Benjamin Bair who died in a freak accident at the school late last month. “The ministry has asked the family for invoices from the fune more

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Clippers post 49-point win over struggling Hawks

November 18, 2019

LOS A NGELES, United States (AFP) — Paul George delivered 37 points in his home debut as the Los Angeles Clippers scored the second most points in franchise history with a 150-101 rout of the short-handed Atlanta Hawks on Saturday. This was ex more

Boyz soak up beauty, magic of Antiguan resort life

November 18, 2019

LONG BAY, Antigua — Fate can be a master of time and events. And it was in one of kismet's deal of the hand that catapulted Jamaica's Reggae Boyz on a fairy tale experience in picturesque Antigua and Barbuda recently. The Jamaica senior men's more

Hold the phone there, Minister

November 18, 2019

I note, with a measure of concern the statement to Parliament on Tuesday, November 12, 2019, by the Minister of Science, Energy and Technology Fayval Williams. That statement was followed by her interview on radio the next day. It raises the followi more

100% renewable power in Jamaica possible

November 18, 2019

I have read Anthony Chen's Earth Today article on Friday, November 8, 2019 in which he says we should be aiming for 100 per cent renewables for our electricity supply. He recommends the use of batteries to bridge over the times when there is more dem more

SRC stages successful CSEC and PEP workshop

November 18, 2019

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Students from 20 primary and secondary schools benefited from a free Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and Primary Exit Profile (PEP) workshop and expo staged by the Scientific Research Council (SRC) at C more

St Bess benefits from Xmas show

November 18, 2019

Music personality GT Taylor believes that his annual event, dubbed 'GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza Euphoria 2019', will provide a significant multimillion-dollar economic jolt to the sleepy, coastal town, and is a major boon for south coast tourism more

Royal catastrophe

November 18, 2019

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Britain's Prince Andrew provoked a backlash yesterday following an extraordinary TV interview in which he denied having sex with an alleged victim of the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, as public relations more

Do not delay the Styrofoam ban!

November 18, 2019

The Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) is adding its voice to those calling on the Cabinet to dismiss appeals for the delay of the January 1, 2020 ban on Styrofoam. JET believes that the scheduled implementation of the ban on Styrofoam is a progressive more

Buju's Trust

November 18, 2019

Grammy-winning dancehall artiste Buju Banton has dropped his third single, since returning home from incarceration just under a year ago. The single Trust, which was released last Friday, saw the deejay team up with long-time collaborator, producer more

Volunteer Day at St Elizabeth Infirmary

November 18, 2019

Lajean Powell-Richards (right), parish coordinator for disaster preparedness in the Manchester Municipal Corporation, and inspector of poor for Manchester, Densil Mundy (centre) are assisted by Sandals South Coast landscaper Keneil Campbell in planti more

3 charged with shooting and arson

November 18, 2019

The St Catherine North Police say they have arrested and charged three men with several offences stemming from a case of shooting and arson in Brown's Hall, St Catherine, on Wednesday, October 16.Charged with arson, wounding with intent, and illegal more

Sandals/HEART Trust create entertainment management course

November 18, 2019

Sandals Resorts International, through its Sandals Corporate University, has partnered with the HEART College of Hospitality Services to launch an events planning and management training programme geared specifically towards enhancing the capabilitie more

US businesswoman says 'heartbroken' by Boris Johnson

November 18, 2019

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — A US businesswoman at the centre of controversy over whether Boris Johnson showed her inappropriate favouritism amid an alleged affair said yesterday she had been left “heartbroken” and “humiliat more

'Teef, Teef !!'

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. “This is a young piece of pepper and the people dem [thieves] start pick it before me even pick one.. more

Food safety training for Chinese employers and their workers

November 18, 2019

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. A news release from the South more

BB Coke celebrate good times

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. But come Thursday (November 19), the school based in Junction, south-east St Elizabeth more

NORTHERN CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY HONOURS TOP STUDENTS

November 18, 2019

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 Wedder more

Clarendon Rule!

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 sco more

Meeting needs of the police a good move

November 18, 2019

All too often in everyday life, those of whom we ask much get very little in return. That's the case for people in many categories of public service, including our teachers, nurses, et al. We dare say members of the security forces are right up ther more

It's not China we should be wary of

November 18, 2019

Dear Editor, What's wrong with a country, any country, in which its leader sees it fit to share the wealth from the resources of that country with its citizens, especially the poorer ones? Is that a crime? It sure seem so, because this is why Nicol more

Do something, Holness!

November 18, 2019

Dear Editor, The Jamaica Observer front-page story on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 had tears rushing down my face. How can we treat our people like this? How can we make our people suffer like this? After 30 years, is this the thanks a country giv more



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