Good Start!

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, July, 12 2018    

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Sandy Bay final berth in Hanover FA Major League

BY PAUL A REID Observer West Writer | Thursday, July, 12 2018    

LUCEA, Hanover — Former champions Sandy Bay United could book a semi-final place in the Hanover Football Association Island Lux Beach Park / Negril and MP Ian Hayles Western Hanover/CDF Hanover FA Major League today, if they can beat bottom of the league Logwood United, when they... Read More

Race for semi-final spots in TFA U-18 heats up

Thursday, July, 12 2018    

FALMOUTH, Trelawny - Three teams recorded perfect win records as the Trelawny Football Association's Under-18 competition continued last weekend. Read More


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'It grieves me'

Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn | Thursday, July, 12 2018    

SHEFFIELD, Westmoreland — Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Paula Llewellyn, is grieving for the victims of the much-publicised shootings in the rural district of Grange, Westmoreland, in May, which left seven people dead, including two children, and another 10 injured, and a... Read More


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Alligator Head to the rescue

BY EVERARD OWEN Observer writer | Monday, July, 9 2018    

A large number of marine mammals, sea turtles, fish and sea birds often become entangled in marine debris —derelict fishing nets, crab pots, packing bands — and suffer injury or death. Read More

PHOTO: Bromley's top student

Monday, July, 9 2018    

Top student at Bromley Primary School in St Mary, Shevaun-Eve Harris, says the Grade Six Achievement Test was a bit challenging, although she managed to score a 96 per cent average. Harris will attend St Mary High School in September. Read More

Flow 'Ball & Blaze' thrills St Thomas with World Cup mania

Monday, July, 9 2018    

Last Friday all roads led to Walkers' Plaza in St Thomas, where telecommunications firm Flow hosted a viewing session of the quarter-final match between Brazil and Belgium in the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2018. Read More

More PEP concerns

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Observer staff reporter | Monday, July, 9 2018    

A St Mary school is expressing concern about the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examination and is calling on the Ministry of Education to revise sections of the placement test following complaints from students who sat the June mock examination. Read More

Antiguan PM says transportation integral to Caricom single market

BY HORACE HINES Observer staff reporter | Friday, July, 6 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda Gaston Browne says if a single market is to become reality for the Caribbean Community (Caricom), the time has come to stop pussyfooting around and establish an effective regional transportation... Read More

'We have to do better'

BY MARK CUMMINGS Editor-at-Large | Friday, July, 6 2018    

ROSE HALL, St James — Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley says the time has come for Caricom to activate the Single Domestic Space for intra-regional travel and to introduce the long-discussed Caribbean Community multi-purpose identification card, for which costs can be met not... Read More

New day for Risen Messiah Early Childhood Institution

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer West writer | Thursday, July, 5 2018    

RETIREMENT, Westmoreland — It was a proud moment for parents, teachers and students of the Risen Messiah Early Childhood Institution in Negril last Thursday as a resource centre was officially declared open at the school during the graduation ceremony for 13... Read More

Fontana goes 'natural'

Thursday, July, 5 2018    

It was an afternoon of excitement last Friday, when Fontana Pharmacy hosted its inaugural staging of 'Project Natural' at its Montego Bay location. Read More


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