A glimmer of hope as the warring factions talk peace.

By Jamaica Live Medias / July 17, 2018

December 29th 2017 A glimmer of hope as the warring factions talk peace. A Civil War waging in Mountain View while the Prime Minister sits quiet, the army sits in Up Park Camp and some of the country’s police goes on Sick out. The shots rang out as if it is Iraq, Syria or Afghanistan.…

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The Collymore Saga; A Tale of Deceit and Infidelity

By Jamaica Live Medias / July 15, 2018

Another Insurance Murder Sunday, February 11, 2018 The story seemed to have begun on January 2, 2018, with the brutal murder of 32-year-old business woman Simone Campbell-Collymore and 36-year-old taxi operator Winston Watson. Both were shot dead at approximately 4:00 pm on Stanley Terrace in Red Hills, St. Andrew, Jamaica. With the murder rate continuing…

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Has China Colonized Jamaica?

By Jamaica Live Medias / July 12, 2018

February 16, 2018 In a video which dominated social media a couple months ago, pan-Africanist Dr. Umar Johnson, made strong claims that Jamaica is well on its way to become the first colony of China in the Caribbean. “The Chinese pretty much owns Jamaica,” he said. “The Jamaican Government is giving concession lands to the…

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Floyd Grindley resign. No place for corruption in Andrew Holness government

By Jamaica Live Medias / July 10, 2018

Floyd Grindley, the General Manager of Petrojam was caught up in a scandal which many argued constitute breach of government policy. Prime Minister Andrew Holness vowed to put ministers on notice about corruption and the misuse of power in government. He was under pressure to fulfill those promises in the Petrojam matter. Many Jamaicans were…

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Edward Seaga, the Jamaican Visionary but what about Tivoli?

By Jamaica Live Medias / July 10, 2018

February 28/2018 The ruling Jamaica Labour Party is carving out a legacy for one of their most prominent leader, Edward Phillip George Seaga. The corporate office of Petrojam Limited, located on Marcus Garvey Drive in Kingston, on Thursday (February 22/2018), was officially named ‘The Edward Seaga Building’. It was announced and supervised by the Jamaica…

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Jamaica Emancipation Day

By Jamaica Live Medias / July 9, 2018

August 1, 1834 marked a special day for Africans in British colonies as it was the day they received freedom from slavery. In Jamaica, the Emancipation Declaration was read from the steps of the Old Kings House in Spanish Town, St Catherine, the country’s capital at the time. The Slavery Abolition Act 1833, which abolished slavery…

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Garvey to be cleared of all criminal charges

By Jamaica Live Medias / July 9, 2018

Friday, August 18, 2017 ST JAMES, Jamaica (JIS) – Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange, says the Government is moving to clear National Hero, Marcus Garvey, of all criminal charges that were laid against him in Jamaica. Addressing a civic ceremony to commemorate the 130th birthday of Jamaica’s first National Hero, held…

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Peace Truce Runnings / London 1977: Claudie Massop, Tony Welsh, Bob Marley and Tek Life

By Jamaica Live Medias / July 8, 2018

Peace Truce Runnings / London 1977: Claudie Massop, Tony Welsh, Bob Marley and Tek Life Claudius “Claudie/Jack” Massop, the  Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) kingpin and West Kingston enforcer under the Edward Seaga government.  Leader of the Shower Posse Gang, belonging to Tivoli Gardens, Wellington Street, Rema, Denham Town and the surrounding areas of West Kingston, Jamaica. Tony Welsh rival People’s…

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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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Taraji P. Henson confirms split from fiancé Kelvin Hayden

Taraji P. Henson and Kelvin Hayden have split. The 50-year-old actress confirmed she was single again during an interview with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club on Monday. Henson and Hayden got engaged in May 2018, after two years of dating, and were set to marry this past April. They postponed the wedding due to COVID-19,…
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Jamaica National Heroes Day Honors & Investitures Recipient 2020

All these honors recipients are from the various fields: Sports, Arts, Entertainment, Politics, Leadership, Academia, Science, Community Development. These are many more honourees that have contributed greatly to the development of Jamaica but these are the more prominent features Antoinette Kristena for outstanding contribution to the Deaf Community through Jamaican Sign Language and Spoken English…
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Jamaican Reggae Icon Toots Hibbert To Get Heroes Park Burial

Kingston, 17 October 2020 – The Minister of Culture, Gender Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange, has announced that the Reggae legend, Toots Hibbert, will be laid to rest in National Heroes Park. Minister Grange said this had become possible thanks to the generosity of the family of the late Charles Hyatt — the…
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Jamaica First National Shelter For Domestic Abuse “Women” Victims Ready

Kingston, 15 October 2020 – the Minister of Culture, Gender Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange, on Thursday toured the first ever domestic abuse shelter for women in Jamaica. According to the report, the establishment of national shelters for women who need help to leave violent relationships has been one of the priority programmes of…
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Falmouth Hospital gets US$100,000 digital X-ray system

Falmouth Hospital gets a US$100,000 digital X-ray system for the radiology department of the Falmouth Public General Hospital (FPGH). The digital X-ray system will enhance the quality and efficiency of diagnostic services at the facility. The report was made by the Jamaica Information Service (JIS) on Friday, October 16, 2020. Orville Anderson, Manager/Medical & Imaging…
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Dalton Harris talks about being suicidal and his possible sexuality

Digicel Rising Stars and X-Factor winner Dalton Harris have fans worried when he tweeted about wanting to take his life. On October 15, Harris tweeted to fans explaining why he did not take his life today. He wrote, “I had a deep realization last night. The only reason I didn’t take my life today is…
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