The General Secretary, Acting Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Dr. Horace Chang, has come out swinging at the ultimatum issued by the weakened and hapless leader of the Opposition Dr. Peter Phillips, who said at a circus of a press conference today, he is giving the government Thirty […]
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has hit back at comments made by Opposition Leader Dr. Peter Phillips, in a press release and reiterated a press conference today in about his position that he didn’t agree to an extension to the amount of time it will take before Cabinet Minutes are made […]
Jamaica finished third in the medals table at the World Championship held in Doha. The medal haul consist of three Gold, Five Silver and Four Bronze. The United States was first with 29 medals, Kenya second with 11. Jamaica won their appeal after they were disqualified in the ladies 4×4 […]
Member of Parliament for North East St. Catherine, the Jamaica Labour Party’s Leslie Campbell met in an accident this morning LBC NEWS has learnt. The Motor vehicle accident happened in Dover Castle, St. Catherine. He appeared to have escape serious injury but was carried to a Hospital in the Corporate […]
West Indies cricket great Courtney Walsh wedded his Antiguan sweetheart Anique this afternoon at the Tyrells Roman Catholic Church in Antigua. The reception, which is being held at the historic Clarence House in English Harbour, was attended by over 300 guests, including former Captains Sir Vivian Richards and Brian Lara. […]
A contingent of final year students of the Norman Manley Law School stamped Jamaica’s dominance in advocacy in Doha, Qatar’s capital city. The team of Kimberley Brown, Rojae Brown, Jonathan Dwyer, Andria D. Whyte and coach Hanielle Hines were declared champions of the inaugural Qatar International Cybersecurity Contest’s, Cybersecurity Moot, […]
Jamaica’s Women’s 4 x 100m Relay Team has just secured Gold at the IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar with World Leading time of 41.44s. The United Kingdom and United States had to settle for Second and Third respectively.
As a campaign promise in a by-election two years ago, Dunn said he would give the residents a bridge and deliver them from the sometimes perilous Wag Water River, which they had to walk through. That has been delivered. “Right now we nuh have words to give thanks for the […]