Anthony Kelly charged with eight counts of issuing forged documents, six counts of receiving stolen property, and a count of conspiracy. It was revealed by the prosecutor on the day of the hearing that during the period of March 2016 to June 2017, Antony Kelly conducted transactions at various Tax Administration of Jamaica offices claiming that he... Continue Reading →
Dancehall artiste Spice "A so mi like it... Jumping left right..." to success as she will be featured on the popular TV series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta which premiered June 18, 2012, on VH1, and is a narrative about the lives of various individuals in Atlanta who are involved... Continue Reading →
"Beg you something, please... Don't leave me stuck here in the streets... He said me have to work, work, work!" That is what Rihanna is doing with incarcerated dancehall artiste Buju Banton. Buju Banton is currently serving 10 years on cocaine distribution and conspiracy charges and slated to be released December 2018. The fashion icon,... Continue Reading →
Notorious B.I.G. "And if you don't know, now you know, When I was dead broke, man I couldn't picture this... I made the change from a common thief to up close and personal with Robin Leach..." People often remember the negative said or done by someone, but both Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. are forever kings in the... Continue Reading →
The first bilateral official visit of the head of the Jamaican Government to the Dominican Republic in more than 34 years resulted in a visa waiver agreement. A report that was submitted from the Office of the Prime Minister stated this is just one of the bilateral agreements emanating from a recent official visit to... Continue Reading →
Usain Bolt, the track legend that has given so much to sports and his country has shown that his generosity knows no limitations when it comes to helping the less fortunate. Bolt's shoes in which he won the gold medal and broke the 100-metre world record at the 2009 Berlin World Championships will soon be... Continue Reading →
Various countries government agencies, hospitals and companies were hacked and files held by "ransomware virus."
The Child Development Agency (CDAP stated that; "As the State moves to decriminalise small quantities of marijuana, it is important that sale to children be exempted from the law's more lenient approach to possession and consumption of marijuana products." In 2015, Jamaica decriminalised the possession of small quantities of marijuana. Nevertheless, the Child Development Agency,... Continue Reading →