Jamaica Gleaner
02/23/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
Lawless Jamaicans living in the United States (US) are being warned by National Security Minister Robert Montague that they will be sent to prison upon their return if they disrupt the peace on the island. At the same time, he has rolled out the welcome mat for all undocumented Jamaican immigrants in the US who could very well be deported as a result of President Donald Trump's new immigration...
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Jamaica Gleaner
02/23/2017 at 16:57. Facebook
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Jamaica Gleaner
02/23/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
SPORTS FLASH: Beach boyz beat Guyana... Jamaican Olympian Janelle Atkinson appointed head coach at NY state university. #SportsFlash
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 22:27. Facebook
Absolutely brilliant. Two words which accurately describe the performances of Jamaica's sprint queen, Elaine Thompson, at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A sprint double at the Games, the first by a woman since American Florence Griffith Joyner's triumphs in 1988 at the Seoul Olympics, left a nation beaming with pride: [ Bit.ly Link ] #GLNRHonours
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 21:46. Facebook
Seventy-six-year-old Blenheim resident Aston Buchanan says that he is gravely disappointed that the economic benefits that the Bustamante Heritage Site and the district's 17-year-old community centre were expected to bring to the area have not materialised: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 21:21. Facebook
Residents of Blenheim in Hanover say that bad roads, a shortage of water and lack of employment opportunities are squeezing the lifeblood out of the community and its sister districts, Richmond and Cacoon: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 19:47. Facebook
When entrepreneur Alicia Archer opened her restaurant Fancy Seafood Bar and Grill in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, it was a dream come true. Her passion was cooking and to ensure that she was one of the best, she signed up for a Heart Trust/NTA course on the subject. Three years later, it was still one of the most popular restaurants in St Ann, but she had no choice but to close it down. "Taxes were a...
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Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 19:05. Facebook
It has been more than a year since Marlon 'Duppy Film' Perry was alleged to have murdered, raped and shot his way to the top of Jamaica's most wanted list, and still he continues to elude the police. But the cops are convinced that Duppy Film remains free only because he is getting help to avoid them: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 18:37. Facebook
Telecommunications firm Digicel says it will reduce its global workforce by 25 per cent over the next 18 months: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 18:28. Facebook
Garth Anderson, principal of Church Teachers' College in Mandeville is driven by the need to make a positive impact on Jamaica's education system. From an early age, Anderson realised that education was the only means of elevation from poverty. "I remember the days of eating dumpling with fried-up scallion and tomatoes, or no dinner at all," he shared with Outlook: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 16:10. Facebook
It is not on the official agenda, but the pork glut that now threatens to throw the industry into a tailspin will likely be discussed at today's press conference called by the agriculture ministry at its St Andrew office to provide updates on the status of the Agricultural Credit Board (ACB), as well as the issue of import permits for produce: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 15:08. Facebook
Today's #LasMay editorial cartoon. See more cartoons: .
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yesterday at 04:34. Facebook
Another triple for Usain Bolt and more highlights from the 37th Gleaner Honour Awards. #GLNRHonours
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 04:14. Facebook
THE GLEANER MINUTE: Abrahams' alleged killer charged...NIS contribution hike...IMF team here. #GLNRMinute
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 04:05. Facebook
SPORTS FLASH: Jamaica’s beach footballers beaten 2-0 by Bermuda... Shots fired at football match ... WICB president Dave Cameron says the ball is in Darren Bravo’s court. #SportsFlash
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 03:43. Facebook
Scenes from the 37th Gleaner Honour Awards held February 20, 2017 at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. Photographs by Rudolph Brown. View gallery in full: bit.ly/GLNRHonours. #GLNRHonours
Jamaica Gleaner
02/21/2017 at 21:06. Facebook
It was another triple feat for sprint legend Usain Bolt. Yesterday, the fastest man in the world continued his impressive run, albeit off the track, when he was declared The Gleaner’s Man of the Year for 2016, at the media house’s 37th Annual Honour Awards function at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kingston. Bolt was earning the prestigious honour for the third time, having been named Gleaner...
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Jamaica Gleaner
02/21/2017 at 20:41. Facebook
The Jamaica Bankers Association (JBA) is suggesting that customers would be better off selecting a long-term savings or investment product offered by their banks, rather than leaving the funds idle in a regular savings account. Over time, such idle funds are eventually designated as 'inactive' and 'dormant' and become subject to charges: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Jamaica Gleaner
02/21/2017 at 14:25. Facebook
Fed up with life in Jamaica, a group of Rastafarians on Monday journeyed from Bobo Hill in Bull Bay, St Andrew, to the plains of Kingston to press their claim for repatriation. "We are calling upon the Government now, no delay," insisted Priest Christopher Morant, who was among the Rastafarians who turned up at The Gleaner's North Street offices: [ Bit.ly Link ] (via The Jamaica Star
Jamaica Gleaner
02/21/2017 at 14:18. Facebook