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ONLY FANS OPEN TO ALLOW SEXUALLY EXPLICIT CONTENT AGAIN

The founder and CEO of OnlyFans, Tim Stokely, said he would allow sexually explicit content back on the site if banks changed their approach,...

BUSTA RHYMES SAYS NO MASKS

A new video has been circulating online of rapper canadian pharmacy ed Busta Rhymes speaking out against Covid19 lock-downs and the wearing of masks. A snippet from the...

OPPOSITION SAYS VACCINATION SHOULD NOT BE MANDATORY FOR FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES

Opposition spokesperson on Education and Training Dr. Angela Brown Burke says vaccination should not be mandatory for students to return to face-to-face classes. Her comments...

JAMAICA U-14 GIRLS SUFFER FIRST DEFEAT AT CFU CHALLENGE SERIES

Jamaica’s Under 14 girls went down 2-0 to the Dominican Republic in the CFU Challenge buy cialis pill Series. However, despite the result, the young Reggae Girlz remain...

POLICE REPORT HIGH LEVEL OF COMPLIANCE ON NO-MOVEMENT DAYS

The police are reporting a high level of compliance so far, with the 7 cheap viagra pills no movement days issued by the government. Today marks day 3...

BIRD HUNTERS WARNED NOT TO HUNT ON NO-MOVEMENT DAYS

The National Environment and Planning Agency, NEPA, is warning game bird hunters to desist from hunting during curfew periods and on no movement days. The...

TOURISM MINISTRY TO ASSIST FAMILIES OF TOURIST WHO DIED IN JAMAICA

The Ministry of Tourism says representatives from the Jamaica Tourist Board and other stakeholders are providing assistance to the relatives of a tourist who...

DENMARK CAPTAIN AND MEDICAL TEAM AWARDED FOR SAVING CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN’S LIFE

Denmark captain Simon Kjaer and the medical team that saved Christian Eriksen's life are the recipients of this year's Uefa President's Award. Kjaer has been...

WEATHER UPDATE – AUGUST 24

There is a Trough across Jamaica. The Trough is expected to remain across Jamaica over the next few cheap viagra overnight days. The Met Office says this Morning should...

COVID UPDATE: 752 CASES, 15 DEATHS – AUGUST 23, 2021

Jamaica yesterday recorded 752 new cases of coronavirus. The new cases range in age from 12 days to 98 years, the bulk of which were...
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