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Bolt appeals to Jamaicans to participate in Running World Cup

Track legend Usain Bolt has seemingly not ended his love affair with running as he has now assumed the mantle of country captain for Jamaica for the inaugural Vitality Running World Cup.%MCEPASTEBIN% He is now appealing to his fellow Jamaicans to join him in this adventure which is aiming to …

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GOSSIP: Fans are Saying This is Koffee’s Girlfriend

A photo rumored to be Grammy artist Koffee girlfriend surface on social media and has since gone viral. this review for the latest rumours and facts in the dancehall reggae world, Koffee’s Alleged Girlfriend EXP0$ED According To Fans | Tanya Stephens talks rape and more. Watch the full show below …

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‘We need help!’ – New Haven residents beg for intervention from MP | News

New Haven in St Andrew is plagued by a throng of issues, among them being bad, dug-up roads that give rise to immeasurable dust during the dry time, and damaging floods during a rainfall. Blanch Allen has been living in the community for over 10 years. She told THE STAR …

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Raising a child is very tiring – Janet Jackson | News

‘That’s the Way Love Goes‘ hitmaker Janet Jackson has revealed she had a menagerie of animals, including a giraffe, when she was growing up and it was her job to feed them. Speaking on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, she said: “We had so many animals growing up. We …

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One Minute Reads – International News

Fall in new cases raises hope in virus outbreak in China BEIJING (AP) – The number of new cases of the coronavirus in China dropped for a second straight day. Health officials said Wednesday in a possible glimmer of hope amid the outbreak that… Source for this article Share on: …

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It’s a miracle – Gunshot victim walks again – Docs said surgery would have left her crippled | News

Last September when a gunman’s bullet became lodged in her neck, Jamaica-born gospel singer Samantha Gardner got a warning from doctors. “They said that the bullet was too close to my spine and if I removed it, I would be crippled,” she said. However, she relied on her faith and …

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HOOKED by the love for fishing – Fisherfolk ignore odour, long hours to delight your palates | News

Simone Morgan-Lindo Alvia Holmwood wants persons to view her job in a more positive light. The 31-year-old mother of two said persons tend to turn up their noses at fisherfolk because of the raw odour, blood and guts associated with the vocation. “They don’t respect us and I would like …

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Scotia Group CEO Admits Need For More Transparency With Fees

President and CEO of Scotia Group Jamaica Limited, David Noel, is admitting that his bank needs to be more transparent with its fees. Noel’s comments follow an incident in which an elderly BNS customer was allegedly asked to pay over four hundred dollars in fees to lodge $40,000 in another …

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Firefighters Battling Blaze In Jacks Hill

Firefighters from the Half Way Tree and York Park fire stations are currently battling a blaze in Jacks Hill, St. Andrew. Two units responded to the blaze last evening at about 8’o clock. The firefighters have not left the area since then. Nationwide understands members of the Jamaica Defence Force …

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