Tag: Western Jamaica

Honoured for dirty work

In an unprecedented move, Corporation Chairman and Mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Homer Davis, placed five public cleansing workers on a pedestal and presented them with plaques of appreciation and gift baskets for the contributions they have been making to the cleanliness, health and safety of Montego Bay.

Jamaica’s Brian Brown takes his talents to Albania Champions League

Jamaican Brian ‘Rambo’ Brown is now gearing up to make an impact in Tirana with his recent transfer to Albanian champions FK...

Jamaica The Paradise

Michael Nattoo It’s been a while since we’ve settled in and simply had a conversation, and it seems you have the time...

Trelawny solid waste transfer station gets approval

Executive Director of the NSWMA, Audley Gordon, says that the station will serve as an area where trucks can deposit solid waste prior to being loaded onto larger vehicles and transported to designated disposal sites.

Young bartender dies in crash

Another motorist fell prey along the black spot area of the Rose Hall main road in Montego Bay on Sunday, when the life of a young man was snuffed out in a motor vehicle collision, while four other persons were admitted to hospital in serious condition.

Shynetyme and LA Lewis set to collaborate

LA Lewis, the man known for his many iconic moments on, and even before the prominence of social media, has taken an interest in Montego Bay-born female DJ, Nordia Noble, more popularly known as Shynetyme

PSOJ demands crime plan

The imposition of States of Emergency is not seen by the powerful Private Sector Organization of Jamaica (PSOJ) as good enough to battle the scourge of crime. PSOJ President Howard Mitchell, is demanding a crime plan.

Jovexx’s meteoric rise

His talent is undeniable, and though most will not forget him after his debut performance on that big stage come July 20, the Western Mirror takes pleasure in introducing the West to what may very well be the next big thing to come out of Montego Bay.

Bleachers exiled

Recently, in a letter supposedly issued by administrators of the Irwin High School in St. James and addressed to parents/guardians, students who were found guilty of skin bleaching were being asked to stay at home – away from the classroom – until their “original complexion” returned. The PNPYO caught wind of the now highly publicized issue and, in a statement to the Western Mirror, are shunning the actions of the school administrators, claiming, among other things, that the letter infringes on the UN Convention’s Rights of the Child to education.


Western Jamaica continues to bleed, amidst cries from some quarters that the State of Emergency imposed on the region over a month ago, is ineffective.