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Tragic Trip Challenge! – Schoolboy Fractures Arm After Tricked By Friend

The distraught mother of Rasheed Bullock, the 14-year-old Meadowbrook High student who became a victim of the ‘tripping jump challenge’ that has gone viral globally, said it was his close friend who lured him to his fall. The prank – which sees three persons line up side by side, with …

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Businessman shot dead at church

A popular St Catherine businessman who survived an attempt on his life late last year, was shot dead on the grounds of the Emmanuel Apostolic Church on Slipe Road in Kingston on Sunday morning. The deceased has been identified as 50-year-old Wayne Stanbury, who operated a prominent financial services entity …

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PNP Presents De La Haye In EC St. Catherine

Politics By Abka Fitz-HenleyFeb 17, 2020, 13:15 pm 23 PNP President Dr. Peter Phillips was also on the campaign trail on the weekend. He used a meeting in East Central St. Catherine to formally introduce Dr. Winston De La Haye as the PNP’s candidate for the constituency. Dr. Phillips also …

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JMMB Group Records $4 Billion Net Profit

Regional financial entity, JMMB Group, recorded a net profit of J$4 billion, for the nine-month period ending December 31, 2019, a 33% increase, year-over-year.  Additionally, the Group posted net operating revenue of J$17.38 billion, which is an increase of 26%, compared to the corresponding prior period. The Group’s performance was …

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Jackson Dismisses Conflict Of Interest Claim Over Bernard Lodge Opposition

South St Catherine MP, the PNP’s Fitz Jackson, is denying that a conflict exists between lands leased by joint venture company Celestial Farms of which he is a director and his stated opposition to the use of agricultural lands in Bernard Lodge for housing and commercial activities. Mr. Jackson says …

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Education Ministry Warns Against Dangerous Trip Jump Challenge

The Ministry of Education is urging school administrators and the wider community to crack down on a dangerous prank called the Jump Trip Challenge or the Tripping Jump Challenge. In a statement over the weekend, the Ministry notes that there are several videos being circulated on the Internet showing students …

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Jamaican Woman Chopped By EX Lover Finally Speaks Out On Hardship After The Horrible Incident

Scarred – Domestic Abuse Victim Trying To Rebuild Life After Traumatic, Bloody Ordeal Twenty-four-year-old Shamarie Williams does not know if she will be able to foster an intimate relationship with a man again. Not after Mark Riley, the father of her six-year-old son, attacked her with a machete while she …

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Holness Treating SE Clarendon By-Election “Like His Life Depends On It”

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he’ll treat the South East Clarendon by-election like his life depended on it. The Jamaica Labour Party’s Pearnel Charles Junior is going up against former People’s National Party candidate turned Independent, Derrick Lambert. The Prime Minister, who’s also JLP Leader says he’ll take a scientific …

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J’can studying in China stranded in Malaysia, seeks help to get home

A Jamaican student enrolled at the University of China, but stranded in Malaysia due to a travel ban to China caused by the coronavirus outbreak, is appealing for financial assistance to return home to Jamaica. Ramone Williamson, a graduate of the University of Technology (UTech) in Jamaica and a young …

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Linstead businessman shot dead while attending church in Kingston

The Kingston police are carrying out investigations surrounding the death of a popular St Catherine businessman, who was shot and killed while attending church along Slipe Road in Kingston, on Sunday, February 16. The deceased has been identified as Wayne Stanbury, director of Berry-Don Finical Service on King Street in …

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