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As the Great Shape! SuperKids Literacy programme hits its third year in Westmoreland and Hanover, several schools are reporting an increase of as much as 30% in their Grade 4 Literacy Test ratings, thanks in part to the intervention.
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More Chinese visitors expected

The recent elimination of the need for Chinese tourists to obtain a visitor’s visa to vacation in Jamaica, is expected to play a major role in attracting nationals from that country says Tourism and Entertainment Minister, Dr. Wykeham McNeill....
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THE WAY FORWARD

With the completion of the CFU’s Caribbean Cup competition at the Montego Bay Sports Complex and the success of the Reggae Boyz in claiming their...
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Raging Fyah addresses bullying in new video

Following the fulfilment of their Destiny album, reggae group Raging Fyah is set to keep the musical flames ablaze, with the upcoming release of their latest video, Brave....
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More Chinese visitors expected

The recent elimination of the need for Chinese tourists to obtain a visitor’s visa to vacation in Jamaica, is expected to play a major role in attracting nationals from that country says Tourism and Entertainment Minister, Dr. Wykeham McNeill....
Full story

THE WAY FORWARD

With the completion of the CFU’s Caribbean Cup competition at the Montego Bay Sports Complex and the success of the Reggae Boyz in claiming their...
Full story
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Literacy programme boosts scores in western schools

As the Great Shape! SuperKids Literacy programme hits its third year in Westmoreland and Hanover, several schools are reporting an increase of as much as 30% in their Grade 4 Literacy Test ratings, thanks in part to the intervention....
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    MBU FROM THE SPOT

    Second half goals by Dino Williams and Leslie St. Fleur lifted Montego Bay United (MBU), to a come from behind 2-1 win over Sporting Central Academy in their re-scheduled Red Stripe Premier League game, at the Wespow Park in Tucker on Wednesday, (November 19).
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    CONFED time again!

    The Western Mirror has been reliably informed that the start of the Charley’s JB Rum / JFF Western Confederations Football Competition, has been pushed back to facilitate the playing of the Flow All-Island Champions Cup Knockout finale between western sides Montego Bay United and Reno.
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    Another defeat for MBU

    The struggles of Montego Bay United (MBU) in the defence of their Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) crown, continued on Monday night, (November 10) when they were beaten away from home by the ‘Stars-of-the-East’ Harbour View.
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    Green Pond in push for qualification

    Former All-Island champions Cornwall College, will look to seal qualification to the next round of the ISSA/BUSTA Under-16 Football Competition when they engage Green Pond High in a re-scheduled match at Green Pond tomorrow, (Tuesday, November 11).
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    Ananse Soundsplash in Montego Bay

    The second staging of the Ananse Soundsplash at the Montego Bay community College Lecture Theatre on November 22, is going to be a refreshing experience. Storytellers from all over the world will transformMontego Bay into a mecca of culture and art, as we pass on our history to the generations.
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    Junior Tucker for Family and Marriage Conference

    The much anticipated ‘Family and Marriage Conference 2014: Restoring the Foundation Part 2’, is set to kick-off this week.
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    German producers searching for talents in Montego Bay

    German record producers, Florian Guldan and Johnny Rocswell, are currently in Montego Bay scouting for talents to break in the European music market.
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    Etana releases ‘I Rise’ album

    Reggae vocalist Etana has officially released her latest Album, ‘I Rise’, on Tuesday, October 28 on the VP Records Label. ‘I Rise’ is the empowering artiste’s 4th studio album, which features 14 original tracks including the singles Trigger and Richest Girl, both of which have been getting great airplay locally and across the region.
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    Dept. of Correctional Services stages information fair

    Region Three of the Department of Correctional Services, conducted an information fair recently on the grounds of Mega Mart Shopping Complex in Catherine Hall, Montego Bay.
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    SANDALS MONTEGO BAY ASSISTS CHIK-V CLEAN-UP

    Sandals Resorts in the Montego Bay Region has answered the call for cleaner communities, and joined other key stakeholders in the anti-chik-V cleanup campaign.
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    Carreras awards scholarships totaling $3.7 million

    Thirty (30) tertiary level students, from a pool of over 300 applicants were the beneficiaries of scholarships and bursaries, valued at over $3.7 million at the Carreras Limited’s 47th Annual Scholarship Awards held recently.
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    ‘A godly person is a blessed person’ - Says Jointwood centenarian

    In the year 2012, it was estimated by the United Nations, that there were 316, 600 living centenarians worldwide. Certainly, one Jamaican who was a part of this number was centenarian Euphemia Caroline Parling from Jointwood, St. Elizabeth. Whether one calls it a gift of nature, a blessing or just luck, Mrs. Parling is nonetheless celebrating her remarkably long life; one which she believes is spared as a result of her relationship with God and the consumption of good food in her earlier years.
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  • SAVE OUTAMENI EXPERIENCE

    Trelawny’s capital Falmouth, in recent years has been the location for country’s newest cruise ship pier, which is slowly transforming the once sleepy town into
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  • MORE CLARITY NEEDED

    Last Friday, as controversy raged over the National Housing Trust (NHT)’s purchase of the Outameni Experience property in Falmouth, Trelawny, we called for the stakeholders
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  • STOP THE EXPLOITATION

    Are the Ministries of Tourism, Labour and Social Security and the Jamaica Tourist Board, as well as the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association aware of
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  • CRIME REDUCTION

    St. James continues to grapple with a recent uptick in incidents of crime. The most recent incident was early Monday (November 3) morning where a
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