Tag: Western Jamaica

At Last

Noelita Lawrence-Ricketts - Staff Reporter After more than a decade of hunting, Corinaldi Avenue Primary finally broke their dreaded drought, winning a football...

Strange death

It is still a mystery to the police and relatives of 50-year-old farmer and construction worker, Raymond Deans of Roehampton district in South St. James, as to what could have led to his death, after his body was fished from waters in the North Gully below the bridge at the intersection of Harbour Street and Embassy Place in Montego Bay on Sunday morning.

Twice the champs

Corinaldi lift Insports title Noelita Lawrence-Ricketts Corinaldi hoisted two football trophies on Friday just 45 minutes apart,...

LGBT battles Gov’t at IACHR today

Jamaica’s anti-same-sex laws will today again be thrown into the international spotlight when the powerful Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, IAHCR, which is an arm of the Organization of American States, hears the petition brought by Aids Free World on behalf of two Jamaican LGBTQ petitioners alleging that Jamaica is in breach of the American Convention on Human Rights.

Qahal’s Paradise Unmasked

The shocking discovery made in a police/military raid just three days ago (Tuesday, November 5) that Paradise, St. James, was home to...

Another bloody weekend

Michael Nattoo - Staff Reporter While still in effect, the States of Public Emergency across Western parishes, particularly in...

Quick Response Unit for St. James

Another crime-fighting initiative has been launched in St. James as the security forces grapple with the increasing murders and other crimes taking place in...

Municipal Corporation v.s. MoBay Pride legal battle rages

Clinton Pickering - Freelance Writer The controversial issue between the St. James Municipal Corporation and the gay group, MoBay Pride, over its...

Muschett host Knibb

St. James High hold off Green Pond Noelita Lawrence-Ricketts Play in the Inter Secondary Schools Association...

‘Ben Dung’ still active but fewer sales

Several decades ago, ‘Ben Dung’, located in the Charles Gordon Market in Montego Bay, was the place many people would go to get some...