Gleaner, The (Kingston, Jamaica)
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- Two fishermen fined for possession of undersized lobsters
Two fishermen who appeared in the St Ann Parish Court for sentencing two Thursdays ago, after pleading guilty to possession of undersized lobsters, were given a stern warning by the judge who advised that their fines will be much bigger if they appeared before her for any further breaches of the Fisheries Act of 2018, anytime soon.
- Mottley to lead UWI team looking at loss drivers
The University of the West Indies (UWI) has established a subcommittee to examine the forces outside of its control, which sometimes affect its balance sheet.
- 'Feels like home'
After a strong first-round World Cup qualifying campaign, national goalkeeper Rebecca Spencer ensured her club future was secured with Tottenham Hotspur.
WHITE RIVER, St Mary: A former Cabinet minister is calling on the Government to end what seems to be a free-for-all in the river rafting industry, saying that any mishap resulting from unregulated operations could spell disaster for the island's...
- JCSA accuses Gov't of foul play in compensation review
The leadership of the Jamaica Civil Service Association (JCSA) has accused the finance ministry of acting in bad faith and violating labour relations and collective bargaining recommendations by taking steps, under the compensation review exercise, to eliminate benefits to workers represented by the union even though negotiations for fiscal year 2021-2022 are not yet complete.
- DHQ Carlene to donate proceeds from birthday party to hospital
Carlene Smith is not only the original Dancehall Queen for life, but a humanitarian for life.
- 'Dancehall Adventures' with Latonya Style takes on new meaning of nature therapy
Finding a river head and trekking to its end, where it meets the seabed, is the ultimate form of therapy, shares professional dancer Latonya Style. For as long as she can remember, there was always a voice in her head telling her to take a leap into unknown adventures like dancing into a daring cliff-dive or chasing waterfalls, all for inspiration.
- #Penns2022 | STETHS jumper on a high after win
- Kanye West is working on himself
Kanye West is "working on himself" following the drama with Kim Kardashian.
- Grange moves to help athlete injured at Penn Relays
Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange, issued a statement last night confirming that Holmwood Technical High athlete, Samantha Pryce, broke her leg when she fell on the opening leg of the 4x800 metres at the Penn Relays in the United States.
- Woolmer was not murdered
The police high command has finally confirmed that Pakistan Coach Bob Woolmer was not murdered....
- High winds battering southern Jamaica
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- Another wanted man killed…
The police have reportedly killed another wanted man in Portmore, St. Catherine after he allegedly engaged them in a shootout....
- Police hunting men…
The Police High Command announced it has intensified its strategies to arrest the nine remaining most wanted criminals....
- Reon Nelson on target for Joe Public
Jamaican striker Roen Nelson scored the only goal to lead Joe Public to a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Caledonia AIA in last night's final of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation FA Trophy....
- Clarendon Schools to face off in daCosta Cup final
The most lucrative rural area schoolboy football prize, the daCosta Cup, will be up for grabs tomorrow afternoon when two Clarendon schools face off....
- Windies tour of SA underway
West Indies bowlers have picked up six wickets at Sports Time, as Makhaya Ntini Invitation11 reached 99 runs off 14 overs in the day/night limited overs tour match at Buffalo Park....
- All Manning Squad face T&T
The visiting Trinidad and Tobago's All Schools Squad will face an All Manning Cup squad this afternoon in the first game of a two-match series....
- Midweek racing - Joseph Armond Memorial Cup
Midweek racing continues at Caymanas Park tomorrow featuring the Joseph Armond Memorial Cup....
- Barbados name separate captains
Barbados have named separate captains for the Carib Beer Series and the Stanford 20/20 Cup....