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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Sections of Jamaica was rattled by what is believed to be an earthquake a short while ago. The Earthquake Unit at the University of the West Indies, Mona has not yet confirmed the occurrence. However, persons in the Corporate Area and Portland reported feeling the tremor about 4:50 p.m., which was described ...

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(CMC) – Neil Speight has quit after 13 years as chief executive of the Bermuda Cricket Board (BCB), the latest in a string of resignations. Speight, a former board treasurer who is currently abroad on cricket business, was not immediately available for comment, but is said to have found another job. BCB president Lloyd Smith ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — The police say that the body of St Andrew businessman Jean-Pierre Rhone, of Stillwell Road in St Andrew, was discovered in the Port Royal area on Friday. Rhone, the managing director of New Era Design and Consulting, was reported missing. The Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Corporate Communication Unit (CCU) confirmed the information to ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The police say a 14-year-old girl who went missing on Friday has been found dead. The police’s Corporate Communication Unit (CCU) said Raven Wilson, of Top Road, St Anns Bay in St Ann, was found dead in her community this morning by residents. “Reports from the St Ann’s Bay Police are that ...

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From the mid 70s, the strategic cooperation on ‘the war on drugs’ between western civilization, Latin America and the Caribbean cast a long shadow over the politics, money, social acceptance and change dynamics of cannabis. Cannabis, previously unacceptable, is now mainstream and rewarding, changing the structures and systems that shape lives, neighbourhoods, and countries in ...

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(CMC) – Jamaica’s national men’s football team has been told to replicate the efforts of the women and qualify for the 2022 World Cup. The challenge has been issued by Sports Development Foundation (SDF) general manager Denzil Wilks, who has said he would love to see the men qualify for their second World Cup. The ...

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(BVI NEWS) — The British Virgin Islands has reached a three-year high in the number of new companies that have incorporated with the territory’s international business and finance centre. The BVI Financial Services Commission’s (FSC) quarterly report said 9,798 new companies incorporated between January and March of this year, and this represents a 14 percent ...

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Trinidad Express:-  The very best of the people of Trinidad has emerged this weekend. The flood that caused misery for thousands is being replaced by a flood of caring people who are rallying to provide for those hardest hit. Citizens are opening their doors to the homeless, providing hot meals, donating food, beds, clothes, and coming […]

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Sky News:- A man in India has died after a group of monkeys threw bricks at him from a tree. Dharampal Singh, 72, had been collecting pieces of dry wood before the incident in Tikri, Uttar Pradesh, on Thursday. Police said monkeys rained bricks on the man from a treetop after collecting them from a nearby […]

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