BREAKING NEWS: TVJ has obtain video footage showing new evidence of what transpired before security guard was shot

By Jamaica Live Medias / July 3, 2018

TVJ has obtain video footage which shows new evidence of what transpired before the security guard tried to take the licence firearm holder’s gun. The building management argues the video supports the allegations that the security guard was beaten up inside the guard room and the reason he decided to retaliate. According to new reports,…

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Jamaica the latest country to implement HPV vaccine

By Jamaica Live Medias / June 30, 2018

The Human Papillomavirus Vaccine otherwise called HPV The HPV vaccine has been rolled out in the Jamaican schools under the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) government. The JLP Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton introduced the measures to be initiated in schools across the nation as of Monday October 2nd 2017. Despite a number of concerns from…

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Petrojam scandal and alleged corruption. Should Floyd Grindley be investigated by (MOCA)?

By Jamaica Live Medias / June 23, 2018

Petrojam scandal and alleged corruption. Should Floyd Grindley be investigated by (MOCA)? Petrojam scandal alledged corruption.Should Floyd Grindley be investigated by the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency (MOCA)? On June 13/2018 the General Manager of Petrojam Limited (http://www.petrojam.com/about-us) Floyd Grindley and his committee members were summoned to the Jamaican Parliament to be questioned on…

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Terror Taxis

By Jamaica Live Medias / May 15, 2018

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Two Suspects Arrested For The Murder Of St. James Accountant

According to the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), police in St. James have made a major breakthrough in the investigation of a recent murder in the parish. Two men were today arrested in connection with the murder of 57-year-old Steven McPherson in Bogue Heights, St. James. The report states the St. James accountant was killed while…
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Jamaica Supreme Court Rules School Can Ban Dreadlocks

The Jamaica Supreme Court ruled that the constitutional rights of a seven years old girl were not breached. She was denied access because of her dreadlocks into the Kensington Primary, a well-known school in the St Catherine area. On the eve of Emancipation Day which marks the end of slavery and colonial powers, this story…
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Zimbabwe To Pay White Farmers $3.5 Billion Dollars

The Zimbabwe’s government signed a $3.5 billion agreement on Wednesday July 29, to compensate white farmers for land that was retrieved from them. Robert Mugabe, the former president of Zimbabwe, led a land reform program 20 years ago that forced white farmers off land that was taken away from blacks during the British rule in the…
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Buju Banton “I Am Jamaica” Festival Song Winner

BUJU BANTON is the 2020 winner for the Jamaica Festival Song Competition. This is the first entry for Mark  Myrie popularly known as Buju Banton. Buju is also coming off a very successful album release Upside down 2020. Since coming home from his stint in Federal lockup in the United States, Buju dropped back in…
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Head of Security to have access to citizens personal data!

*TELECOMMUNICATIONS SECURITY ACCESS* On July 16, a Committee of Member of Parliament from both parties, stated that senior officials in the security forces will now have full access to real-time communications information in an effort to investigate selected criminal acts in pursuit of solving the cases. Horace Chang tabled this motion in the House by…
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Tamar Braxton found unresponsive from alleged suicide attempt

According to reports from The Blast and TMZ singer and reality TV star Tamar Braxton was found unresponsive in her room at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in downtown Los Angeles. The report stated that the 43 years old singer was found by her boyfriend David Adefeso. The Blast reported that Braxton is in stable condition but still unconscious, and…
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