Businessman charged with son’s murder wants plea deal

Published:Jamaica Gleaner – Friday | December 31, 2021 | 12:11 AMTanesha Mundle/Staff Reporter A St Andrew businessman who was reportedly


Andrew Azar transforms Southdale Plaza despite pandemic

Wednesday Dec 15, 2021 BY VERNON DAVIDSON Executive editor — publications Andrew Azar admits he’s always had a preference


Why Jamaican students in Cuba are yet to get promised COVID care packages

The promised COVID care packages for Jamaican medical students in Cuba are yet to be delivered, Foreign Affairs Minister Kamina

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US moving to toughen COVID testing requirement for travellers

Published: Jamaica Gleaner | Wednesday | December 1, 2021 | 10:01 AM Washington (AP) — The Biden administration is moving


Queen sends message to Barbados as Caribbean nation becomes a republic – ‘Good wishes!’

QUEEN ELIZABETH II has sent her “good wishes” to Barbados as the Caribbean country severs ties with the Crown to


Barbados Declares Rihanna ‘National Hero’ in One of Its First Acts as a Republic

Barbados has officially removed Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state and become the world’s newest republic. In an


Trinidad Judge Cites Dancehall Lyrics In Ruling On Discrimination Case

It’s not every day you hear Dancehall lyrics being used in the courtroom, not even when an artist is on


Usain Bolt Statue Worth $250,000 Stirs Controversy In Florida

A proposed statue dedicated to retired sprint kingpin, now Dancehall music producer Usain Bolt, which is set to be erected in


Jamaican workers affected by technicality in Cayman’s COVID protocol

Caymanian businessperson who hires staff from different parts of the world said that she encountered an issue with how Cayman’s


‘The Great Resignation’ trend has spread to Jamaica

The Labour and Social Security Ministry has put stakeholders on notice that the global phenomenon dubbed ‘The Great Resignation’ appears