5 Reasons Jamaican Culture Is the Most Popular in the World

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Every Jamaican who has traveled abroad has experienced the true meaning of the phrase “likkle but tallawah”. For a country of our size, we are enormously popular and the rest of the world can’t seem to get enough of our culture. From a deep fascination with sports stars to our music and food, check out Read More

NOSTALGIA: Memorials to Portsmouth dead gleamed before pollution

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Take a walk through any Portsmouth cemetery and look at some of the memorials carved in the early 20th century and you will find they are blackened with decades of grime. I don’t think this is down to the passage of time but because of traffic pollution which did not exist back then. The Royal Read More

Winnipeg Couple Was Likely Killed By Someone They Knew In Jamaica: Family

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WINNIPEG — The daughter of a Winnipeg couple killed in Jamaica says she will travel there to see her parents one last time and make sure their deaths are thoroughly investigated. “It’s not real, it can’t be real, it’s a bad dream,” said Debbie Olfert, whose parents Melbourne Flake, 81, and Etta Flake, 70, were Read More

Salvation Army achieves target for Christmas Kettle Appeal

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The Salvation Army said it has achieved its target of collecting one hundred and Ten thousand dollars in donations for the 2017 Edition of the Annual Christmas Kettle Appeal. This is according to Major Pierre Antoine, Commanding Officer of the Salvation Army in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Major Antoine told NBC News that they Read More

Doctors Warn Teens Not To Eat Laundry Detergent Pods

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Doctors have issued a warning after a new challenge in which people record themselves eating laundry detergent pods quickly became popular on social media. According to WGHP, a new social media challenge has many teens eating Tide laundry pods after a meme compared the cleaning product to food. “I think it’s kind of foolish because Read More

Fly Jamaica begins to clear backlog of flights as 767 returns to full service

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After a series of delays and cancellations that left passengers stranded, Fly Jamaica’s Boeing 767 aircraft resumed full operation on Thursday. Hundreds of frustrated passengers were moved between Kingston and Georgetown and Georgetown and  New York today. Speaking to News Source by phone, Director of Marketing and Information at Fly Jamaica, Kayla Reece said a total Read More

Education Minister Wants Bus System for Students in All Parishes

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Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, is on a mission to create a national school bus system, which will provide transportation for students in all parishes. Speaking at the signing of an $8 million Japan Grassroots Human Security Grant agreement with the Ambassador of Japan, His Excellency Hiromasa Yamazaki, on Read More

Mary Ann Ganser

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MARY ANN GANSER age 91 of Jefferson passed away Wednesday January 10, 2018 at Sylvan Crossing in Jefferson. She was born on August 2, 1926 in Jefferson daughter of the late Charles and Marion (Lenz) Ganser. Mary Ann worked at the Milwaukee County Court House in the Probate office for over 30 years.Following her retirement Read More