Shadab shines in nervy KR win

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KINGSTON, Jamaica: This game was a repeat of the tournament opener, just in terms of the result. Everything else about the contest was a hard scrap on a treacherous Port-of-Spain surface where spin dominated. Trinbago Knight Riders’ spin trio of Kharry Pierre, Shadab Khan and Sunil Narine picked 3 for 48 between them off 12 Read More

Shadab shines in nervy KR win

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KINGSTON, Jamaica: This game was a repeat of the tournament opener, just in terms of the result. Everything else about the contest was a hard scrap on a treacherous Port-of-Spain surface where spin dominated. Trinbago Knight Riders’ spin trio of Kharry Pierre, Shadab Khan and Sunil Narine picked 3 for 48 between them off 12 Read More

Stenomask – A microphone that’s allows for private voice conversations and transcriptions, anywhere

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Private voice communication anywhere Stenomask – Talk in Public, Privately | NewsWatch Review NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 8, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nowadays it’s next to impossible to conduct private on-the-go voice communications and verbal documentation. And so-called high-end microphones are unable to drown out ambient sounds from our noisy environments. Enter Stenomask. Stenomask is Read More

Jamaica Market Holds Annual Corn Roast – Next Edition!

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What a shvitz! Cobs on coals. The Jamaica Market held its annual free corn roast Musical roast accompaniment was provided by the Prest4Time ensemble. Drummer Ismail Ibrahim shown here with ersatz drumsticks. in downtown Jamaica on August 5. Fun was had by all!   Jamaica Market volunteer offers delicious free lemonade to quench diners’ thirst. Read More

Ag in the cold as winter power price shock sets in

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The scary prospect of some electricity prices leaping 20 per cent this winter is bad enough, but the farm sector fears the real power price pain has only just begun. Having already copped significant 100pc-plus price hikes in less than a decade, many farmers are struggling to see how they will cope with new pricing Read More

St. John the Evangelist’s Church preparing for annual bazaar

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Recommended Committee members for the 18th annual bazaar at St. John the Evangelist’s Church, William St., Pittston, met for final preparations. The event will take place Aug. 10 through 12. Committee members, from left, are: Don Waxmonsky, Theresa Hannon, Janet Palladino, Linda Weathers, Ann Vincent, Virginia Linskey, Jane Roche, Inez Keiger, Msgr. Jack Bendik, Eileen Read More

Rihanna bedazzles in sparkly bikini, turquoise hair at Barbados Crop Over Festival

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Broadway singer, actress Barbara Cook dies at 89 by Rare.us Barbara Cook, one of Broadway’s leading ingenues and cabaret performers, has passed away in her Manhattan home, her representative said Tuesday. She was 89. Amanda Kaus told WNBC that Cook died of respiratory failure. Cook was the star of several Broadway musicals, including “The Music Man,” Read More

Parkview listed among best hospitals in Indiana

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(Photo supplied/Parkview Health) FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): A Fort Wayne hospital is among the top 10 hospitals in the state. U.S. News & World Report has released its annual “best hospitals” list, which includes state-by-state rankings as well as a comparison of specialties and hospitals on a national basis. While no hospitals from Indiana made Read More

South Florida residents included in Jamaica’s 2017 National Honors.

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Two members of the Jamaican Diaspora in South Florida were included in the list of several Jamaicans who received national honors and awards coinciding with the 55th anniversary of Jamaica’s independence. Vance Carter Senior Superintendent of Police Vance Carter was honored with the Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander (CD) for “dedicated service Read More

Jamaicans holding foreign passports can stay in Jamaica for six months

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Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Jamaica’s National Security Minister, Robert Montague, has signed an order which will allow Jamaicans holding foreign passports to enter Jamaica and remain for six months without having to make arrangements for additional time to stay in the island. The order became effective on August 1, 2017. Dual nationality Previously Read More