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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- A barefaced thief in London, England was caught on video putting on a Rastafarian wig before robbing a woman in broad daylight.
KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Usain Bolt has received the support of his twitter fans worldwide after denying claims made by The Times’ journalist Katie Gibbons that he made unfavourable comments about the XX Commonwealth Games underway in Glasgow, Scotland.
ST CATHERINE, Jamaica -- A two-year-old child and a 44-year-old man was killed in a motor vehicle crash along Guanaboa Vale main road in Kitson Town, St Catherine on Wednesday.
KINGSTON, Jamaica— The Jamaica Public Service (JPS) says teams have been working to correct contamination problems on the power delivery system that have resulted in power outages in sections of Clarendon and Portmore, St Catherine due to drought conditions.
KINGSTON, Jamaica—A 12-year-old boy is said to have committed suicide Wednesday morning in Granville, St James.
KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The Meteorological (Met) Service of Jamaica is forecasting a break in the current drought in the Corporate Area and other areas across the island.
Kingston, Jamaica— The World Health Organisation (WHO) says the number of death so far from the Ebola epidemic has risen to 729 in West Africa triggering alarm worldwide. But just what is Ebola? OBSERVER ONLINE brings you a special health feature on this deadly virus.
KINGSTON, Jamaica--Four men who were charged for breaches of the Corruption (Prevention) Act had their bails extended when they appeared in the Port Antonio Resident Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, July 30.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (Trinidad Express) -- A Paraplegic man and his two brothers were yesterday each sentenced to ten-year prison terms by a High Court judge after being found guilty of raping a 12-year-old girl and committing the act of grievous sexual assault against her.
GENEVA, Switzerland (AFP) - Fifty-seven more deaths from the Ebola epidemic spreading alarm in west Africa have pushed the overall fatality toll from the outbreak to 729, the World Health Organisation said Thursday.
MALIN, India (AP) — Rescue workers and desperate villagers dug through deep mud, rocks and the debris of shattered homes Thursday after a massive landslide buried a remote village in western India, killing at least 30 people and trapping more than 150, authorities said.
HAVANA, Scotland - A player on Cuba's national basketball team, Alexei Mestre, has defected ahead of a tournament in Mexico, the official newspaper Granma said Wednesday.
GLASGOW, Scotland (AFP) - A 29-year-old man, reported to be an Australian athlete, was due to appear in court on Thursday over an alleged assault at the Commonwealth Games athletes' village in Glasgow.
THE 18th staging of Emancipation Jubilee will be held tonight on the grounds of the historic Seville Heritage Park in St Ann.
FALMOUTH, Trelawny — Two women were killed yesterday in a collision on the Duncans to Falmouth main road, in the vicinity of Burwood Beach.
Children have fun at Sunday's Wonderland family fun day at Jamaica College in Kingston.
FORMER attorney-at-law and senior resident magistrate, Ruby Walcott, died early yesterday morning at the University Hospital of the West Indies.
Health Minister Dr Fenton Ferguson (2nd right) observes as Jamaica Cancer Society radiographer Donnett Hyman (left) demonstrates the functions of the organisation's newly acquired mammography machine, at the entity's Lady Musgrave Road offices in St Andrew yesterday. Also observing are Jamaica Cancer Society Executive Director Yulit Gordon and chairman Earl Jarrett. (PHOTO: JIS)
NEGRIL, Westmoreland — Some residents of West End in this western Jamaica town cried openly yesterday when they learnt of Tuesday's night's brutal murder of businessman Colin Lynch, who was said to be well-loved in the community.
THE Senate yesterday passed two controversial tax bills — the Tax Collections (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act and the Tax Penalties (Harmonisation) Act — after the Government fulfilled its promise to amend the controversial provisions.