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Reggae Sumfest stays at Catherine Hall, Bogdanovich says9:46 pm

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Sumfest boss, Joe Bogdanovich, says that he is in the process of exploring different options for expanding the capacity of Catherine Hall, home of the... Read More

Holness says measures coming to address indiscipline on roads9:34 pm
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, says measures are being put in place to deal with indiscipline and lack of respect for law and order on the nation's...... Read More

Trump, Bloomberg trade barbs as ex-NY mayor rises in polls9:10 pm
Trump, Bloomberg trade barbs as ex-NY mayor rises in polls... Read More

Passengers finally begin leaving cruise ship in Cambodia 8:46 pm
SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia (AP) — Hundreds of cruise ship passengers long stranded at sea by virus fears cheered as they finally disembarked Friday and were welcomed to...... Read More

JACRA moves to 'blunt' sale of counterfeit coffee 8:22 pm
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Jamaica Agricultural Commodities Regulatory Authority (JACRA) says it is undertaking a major enforcement drive to blunt the pervasive distribution...... Read More

PM seeks HOPE expansion 7:55 pm
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Prime Minister Andrew Holness says that up to 50,000 unattached youth and volunteers for his HOPE (Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment)...... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠

Project to reduce teen pregnancy gets $9m in budget 7:34 pm
KINGSTON, Jamaica —?A project aimed at lowering teen pregnancy rates has received $9 million in the 2020/2021 Estimates of Expenditure, now before the House of...... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠

Education Ministry seeking police help to improve school security6:25 pm
KINGSTON, Jamaica— Education Minister Karl Samuda says the suggestion by the Jamaica Teacher's Association (JTA) for the Government to provide security for teachers and...... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠


Dentists want more teeth in Dental Act

BRACO, Trelawny — President of Jamaica Dental Association (JDA), Dr Oswald Dunn, is calling for a review of the antiquated Dental Act to address the lack of teeth... Read More

Man before court for stepson's murder says inmates beat him
THE man accused of killing his eight-year-old stepson after the child's mother ended her relationship with him last month has complained about being beaten by...... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠

Organisers say all set for Sunday's Sigma Run
ORGANISERS of the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run say all is set for the largest road race in the Caribbean, which will be held on Sunday, February 16, in ??篮球比分??...... Read More

House committee to review Integrity Commission Act
MINISTER of Justice Delroy Chuck is to chair the special oversight committee appointed by Parliament to review the 2017 Integrity Commission...... Read More


Scorpions move into strong position against Hurricanes

SPINNER Patrick Harty claimed four wickets yesterday to pilot Jamaica Scorpions into a strong position in the fifth-round regional four-day match against Leeward... Read More

'It's a great achievement for me!'
Jamaica's Chad Wright attained the Olympic qualifying mark after he threw a personal best 66.54m at the King of the Ring meet at Excelsior High School last...... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠

'Sky' high
Having done her part to assist Jamaica's senior Reggae Girlz team throughout their recent cycle, Chantelle Swaby is intent on keeping the intensity...... Read More

Injured Dacres says rival Wright forced his hand in throwing world-leading mark
Nursing an injured ankle, Jamaica's World Championships discus silver medallist Fedrick Dacres, threw a world-leading 69.67m at the King of the Ring meet at Excelsior...... Read More


CDB targets 4.1 per cent growth for Caribbean

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Lamenting the fact that borrowing member countries (BMCs) were only able to achieve just about an average of one per cent growth in 2019,... Read More

Stay on course, Jamaica — CDB president
Speaking at the annual news conference at the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) headquarters in Bridgetown, Barbados, President Dr Wm Warren Smith praised Jamaica for its...... Read More

Scotiabank profits up 3% for 2019
Scotiabank Jamaica is reporting a marginal three per cent increase in profits for 2019 of $13.2 billion... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠

Cayman Islands to be placed on list of 'uncooperative' tax countries
GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CMC) – Less than a month after the United Kingdom exited the European Union (EU), it's reported that the Cayman Islands will be...... Read More


Kemar Highcon at his sauciest

Dancehall artiste Kemar Highcon gave fans and media a taste of his EP, Sauce is Forever, on Tuesday night at Meca in the Marketplace. Read More

Rushawn tackles domestic violence
With incidents of domestic violence on the rise in Jamaica, deejay Rushawn decided enough was enough. He has released the song Nothing to Smile About, which calls for...... Read More

A Love That Lasts
NEARLY 30 years after it became a hit, My First Real Love remains a favourite with Jamaicans and Dorrett Wisdom is still in awe.... Read More

Tamlins' Derrick Lara is dead
Derrick Lara of The Tamlins died yesterday in Miami from lung cancer. Carlton Smith, co-founder of the group, told the Jamaica Observer that the singer had been...... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠


No love lost this Valentine's Day

The season of lovey-dovey is upon us. As you read this the streets are filled with vendors hoping to “eat a food” from the sale of items in the customary... Read More

Music fuelling crime
I recently watched an interview done by Winford Williams on his television programme On Stage. In this episode he visited Buju Banton's studio and discussed many...... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠

What is the colour of love?
Even as I think through the various activities that are jam-packed inside of this February, the line from Billy Ocean's popular song — What is...... Read More

Uncertain days for America with Trump acquittal
So, the Republican Party in the US Senate, as expected, circled the wagons around President Donald Trump and acquitted him of the charges for impeachment brought by the...... Read More


Making the 'Wright' moves

SAVANNA-LA-MAR, Westmoreland — Danesha Wright recalls that a spark was ignited within her when her church started a dance ministry. At the time, she was just... Read More

Hanover Drop-in Centre transforming lives
LUCEA, Hanover — Less than a year after Minister of Local Government and Community Development Desmond McKenzie opened the Hanover Drop-in Centre in Lucea, which...... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠

$300 million water supply project for St James
SOMERTON, St James — Ground was broken last week in St James East Central for the construction of a 300,000 gallon water storage tank, which represents the...... Read More

Beenie Man thrills Falmouth at Children of Icons concert
FALMOUTH, Trelawny — King of the Dancehall Beenie Man produced a majestic display of showmanship during a well-received performance as he brought the curtains...... Read More


JFF has wounds that need healing

It is clear from the latest upheaval in the national football programme that the local governing body needs to engage in repair work that cannot be... Read More

Ms Grange, unwisely, put the horse before the statue cart
We don't suppose that Sport Minister Olivia Grange will lose any points for the selection of the last four athletes to be immortalised in statues — Olympians...... Read More⎝⎛篮球比分⎞⎠

In addition to the new Domestic Violence Bill...
Prime Minister Andrew Holness is to be commended for speaking pointedly about the issue of domestic violence on a political stage on Sunday this...... Read More

Dr Longmore's short-term memory
We don't hear too often from Government Senator Dr Sapphire Longmore. But in the Senate last Thursday, she spoke of something we need to be hearing a...... Read More


Tank-Weld banks on SHACMAN trucks

TANK-WELD Equipment (TWE), regional dealers for the SHACMAN brand, is confident in the Chinese-made truck. The company recently created a five-acre, 16-bay workshop,... Read More

Classics head for North Coast
The Jamaica Classic Car Club (JCCC) will head for the north coast this Sunday as part of their monthly lyme events, the destination, Roxborough Restaurant Bar and...... Read More

Big prize for dexterity
Team Streetz, organisers of the Asphalt Assault dexterity series, has high hopes for 2020 as they've created a championship with a $500,000 prize...... Read More

Auto readers are winners
Two lucky readers of the Jamaica Observer's weekly Auto magazine, Frederick Northover and Gary Williams, received gifts courtesy of SHACMAN Jamaica, when they...... Read More


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