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Flooded again

Clinton Pickering – Freelance Writer Three years in succession, the Riu Reggae hotel at Rose Hall in Montego Bay has been impacted negatively by flooding...

‘Don’t penalize staff’

With a rapid surge in the number of cases of the Coronavirus in Jamaica, Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr. Christopher Tufton, is urging employers in...

MoBay #1 Post Office reopens

Alan Lewin The long wait for the reopening of the Montego Bay Number One Post Office, located along Meagre Bay Road, is now over. The post office...

Deadly Robbery

The Chinese business community in Montego Bay was shaken again on Monday when gunmen struck in a brazen daylight robbery, killing a popular businessman and his security guard at the intersection of King and Church Streets in the Western City. Another man, who was wounded in the attack has been admitted for treatment at hospital.

Craft War

Barrington Flemming - Staff Reporter Battle lines have been drawn between first Vice President of the Harbour Street Craft Traders Association, Baldwin Dulston, and longstanding President,...

Killed in robbery attempt

Attacker in hospital under police guard Barrington Flemming - Staff Reporter A woman who bravely attempted to foil a robbery attempt at her home at St. Lucia...

Library under siege

Clinton Pickering - Freelance Writer Security threats against employees at the St James Parish Library in downtown Montego Bay reached a high level last week,...

Guard kills ‘Pirate’

A popular figure on the streets of Montego Bay was shot and killed by a security guard on Tuesday morning (January 21, 2020) after he allegedly...

Get us out!

Clinton Pickering - Freelance Writer Police personnel posted at the Mt Salem Police Station in Montego Bay are anxious to get out of the building...

Narrow escape

Barrington Flemming - Staff Reporter It was a narrow escape for the driver of a concrete mixer truck who is happy to be alive today after the...

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