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Thousands of Jamaicans in the western end of the island, are expected to pay tribute to late former Governor-General, the Most Hon. Sir Howard Cooke, at several activities being planned to honour the distinguished son of St. James.

THE PASSING OF A GENTLE GIANT

With the recent passing of Sir Howard Felix Hanlan Cooke, the last surviving founding member of the PNP, former Member of the Legislative Council, former...
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ST. JAMES COMES OUT ON TOP

Last Sunday night saw Montego Bay talents shining bright during the National Finals of JCDC Big Stage competition....
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Early win for Sunshine Girls

Jamaica’s senior sunshine girls, bidding to end a 12 year medal drought at the Commonwealth Games now on in Glasgow, Scotland, made a winning start to their campaign on Thursday (July 24) afternoon. ...
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Western Jamaica to pay tribute to Sir Howard

Thousands of Jamaicans in the western end of the island, are expected to pay tribute to late former Governor-General, the Most Hon. Sir Howard Cooke, at several activities being planned to honour the distinguished son of St. James....
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POLICE WOMAN DIES ON DUTY

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) was plunged into mourning, at the untimely death of one of their members, Woman Detective Camille Spencer....
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THE PASSING OF A GENTLE GIANT

With the recent passing of Sir Howard Felix Hanlan Cooke, the last surviving founding member of the PNP, former Member of the Legislative Council, former...
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    Residents welcome Waste Transfer Station

    The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) will be spending $35 million to establish a Waste Transfer Station near Georges Plain, in Westmoreland.
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    $250m to light up Elegant Corridor

    Amidst concern for the number of accidents on that stretch of the North Coast Highway branded as the Elegant Corridor in Montego Bay, a contract was signed on Friday for the area to be lighted at cost some $250 million.
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    Hopewell High gets new name

    The publicly controversial Hopewell High School in Hanover, is expected to be rebranded as the Hopewell Centre of Excellence in Technical and Vocational Studies for the 2014-2015 academic year.
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    JAMROCK SUMMER

    Tourism Minister Dr. Wykeham McNeill, last Wednesday, July 16, officially launched the ‘Jamrock Summer – 90 Days 90 Ways’ programme, which is aimed at promoting Jamaica as a year-round entertainment destination.
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    Johnnie Walker, Diageo Golf Classic

    The Johnnie Walker/Diageo Learning for Life Golf Classic teed off at the prestigious Tryall Golf Club on Saturday July19 2014, with Twenty One teams consisting of four golfers each, including a team from the Canadian High Commission, plus Nine Professional Golfers.
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    Nickle stars in Kingston

    Playing three tournaments in just ten days, young Shaeda Nickle walked away with five trophies and as many first place finishes, at the All-Jamaica Sagicor Tennis event at the Eric Bell Centre in Kingston.
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    TWO IN ONE

    A lack of power supply at the Montego Bay Sports Complex on Sunday (July 13), forced the postponement of the main event in the drift series SPEED.
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    B’Ballers travel to Mexico

    Still basking in their success at the Regional Caribbean Champions Jamaica’s Basketballers are back on the road enroute to the CENTRO Championships, IN Mexico.
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    Top Locals Acts for Jerk Fest

    Coming off the Reggae Sumfest Dancehall stage on July 17, 2014, Popcaan, Kalado and Ryme Minista will continue to dazzle their patrons at the same venue, Catherine Hall Entertainment Center, during the hottest Jerk Festival in Western Jamaica.
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    Saint Search for a Supermodel

    Beauties of Montego Bay who believe that they have what it takes to be the next big super-model, can earn the opportunity to showcase just this when Saint International visits the second City on the weekend.
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    LAURIE-ANN CHIN COPS MISS JAMAICA 2014

    Beauty Laurie-Ann Chin was crowned Miss Jamaica World 2014, at the grand coronation show held on Saturday night at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Rose Hall, St. James, despite displeasure from the crowd.
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    From Tomboy to Beauty Queen

    Only 18 years old and already Kimberly Webb, the reigning Miss Jamaica World Cornwall, is well on her way to being at the top of her game.
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    Talking with water in our mouths

    While we commend the Ministry of National Security and the Minister for the UNITE FOR CHANGE initiative, which can be a pro-active tool in our fight against crime and criminality, there is urgent and immediate need for critical forward thinking on these and other matters of national importance.
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    New Chancellor of Anglican Diocese

    Westmoreland born Justice Zaila McCalla Chief Justice of Jamaica, has been appointed as the new Chancellor of the Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands (Anglican). She succeeds Justice Lensley Wolfe former Chief Justice, who demitted office earlier this year after serving for 18 years.
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    Westwood High to resume 6th Form

    After 38 years of inactivity, the Westwood High School for Girls in Stewart Town Trelawny, will reopen its sixth form to students at the beginning of the new school year in September 2014.
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    SECTOR LEADERS HAIL SIR HOWARD

    Several sector leaders have hailed the late former Governor-General Sir Howard Cooke, for his unyielding commitment to the development of education, and the wider society.
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  • A DISASTER WAITING TO HAPPEN

    A most untenable situation exists at the Cool Oasis gas station opposite the Number 2 Post Office on Barnett Street in Montego Bay; and if
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  • So long Sir Howard, Lloyd Young

    In recent days, the city of Montego Bay lost two of its iconic figures, former Governor General Sir Howard Cooke and bodybuilding giant and philanthropist
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  • TO CHANGE OR NOT CHANGE

    Unite for Change, a social intervention initiative of the Ministry of National Security, has been making inroads in the fight against crime since its inception
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  • A STUNNING UPSET

    Brazil’s dream of winning the World Cup on home soil was shattered yesterday afternoon, when they suffered a humiliating 7-1 loss to ruthless Germany in
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