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Monthly Archives: July 2021

PRIME MINISTER CONGRATULATES HISTORIC FEMALE SPRINTERS

Prime Minister Andrew Holness, in congratulation our female sprinters at the Olympics, said they have once again shown the world that we are a...

A CLEAN SWEEP FOR JAMAICA IN THE WOMEN’S 100M FINAL IN...

  Jamaica’s female sprinting dominance rose to the top on the world stage once again as Defending Champion Elaine Thompson, Herah struck gold in the...

MANCHESTER CITY MAKES 100M BID FOR JACK GREALISH

Manchester City have made an English record £100m bid for Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish. City manager Pep Guardiola has made the 25-year-old English midfielder...

LILA IKE GIVES US NEW MUSIC WITH A MESSAGE

Recording artiste Lila Iké, who is currently working on her debut album, earlier today dropped a topical and emotional track that touches on controversial...

McDONALD’S NOW OFFERING THE SAWEETIE MEAL

McDonald’s is teaming up with hip-hop icy girl artiste, Saweetie, for its next celebrity menu collaboration. The “Saweetie Meal” will be available at McDonald’s restaurants...

WILL SMITH STARS IN “KING RICHARDS”

In a new trailer, Will Smith portrays Richard Williams, the father of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams, in the forthcoming Warner Bros film,...

DETROIT PISTONS TAKE CADE CUNNINGHAM WITH NO. 1 OVERALL PICK IN...

  Cade Cunningham has been selected as the number one pick at the NBA draft by the Detroit Pistons. The 19-year-old point guard played at Oklahoma...

MOE PREPARING FOR FACE-TO-FACE AND ONLINE LEARNING SEPTEMBER

  Education Minister Fayval Williams, says the Ministry is preparing to employ both face-to-face and online learning modalities when the new academic year begins in...

KIM KARDASHIAN HIT WITH CEASE AND DESIST LETTER OVER ‘SKKN’ NAME

  Kim Kardashian’s upcoming skin care line has come across some trademark issues over the name SKKN. Earlier this month Kardashian’s Kimsaprincess Inc. filed paperwork to...

JAMAICANS 18 YEARS AND OVER CAN MAKE APPOINTMENTS TO RECEIVE VACCINE

  Effective today (Thurs), Jamaicans 18 and over will be able to make appointments for COVID-19 vaccines. This was announced yesterday by Health Minister Dr. Christopher...
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