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Quiet but productive Labour Day in St Elizabeth

Monday, June, 3 2019    

SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth — It was a quiet day but also a productive one as St Elizabeth residents marked Labour Day (May 23) with volunteer work in their communities doing improvement at schools, health facilities etc and repairing pot-holed roads. Read More

Manchester High eye all-island Under-16 cricket title

Monday, June, 3 2019    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Manchester High School face defending champions Wolmer's Boys' in the two-day, all-island final of the ISSA /Grace Under-16 cricket competition at the Melbourne Oval in Kingston starting tomorrow (Tuesday, June 4) full of... Read More

For Your Diary

Monday, June, 3 2019    

(1) 1st & 3rd TuesdaysOptimist Club of MandevilleMeetingsVilla Gardens RestaurantVilla RoadMandevilleManchester- 6:00 pm (2) Saturday June 8Ackee Tree GroupLegal Assistance Project Read More

Secretariat at last for Manchester Justices of the Peace

BY ALICIA SUTHERLAND Observer staff reporter sutherlanda@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, June, 3 2019    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Approximately 400 justices of the peace in Manchester now have a secretariat to conduct their business. Read More

Shadrock rocks Santa Cruz

Monday, June, 3 2019    

SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth — Shadrock Sound was pronounced the winner of the recent Guinness Sounds of Greatness sound system competition here. Read More

Compassionate Care Programme going well, says SRHA

Monday, May, 20 2019    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — The Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) — which has responsibility for Clarendon, Manchester, and St Elizabeth — says it is making progress in implementing a Ministry of Health programme to train staff in compassionate... Read More

Concrete to replace broken rails on Lacovia Bridge

Monday, May, 20 2019    

LACOVIA, St Elizabeth — The National Works Agency (NWA) says plans are in place to correct an increasingly dangerous situation affecting the bridge which spans the Black River here. Read More

Councillor airs plans for Bellefield Division

Monday, May, 20 2019    

BELLEFIELD, Manchester — The focus was on water, but Councillor Mario Mitchell (People's National Party, Bellefield Division) grabbed the opportunity to bring other issues to the fore at a recent opening of a water shop here. Read More

Who will take the crown?

Monday, May, 20 2019    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — On Sunday, June 2, seven young women here will be vying for the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) Manchester Festival Queen title. Read More

Bethlehem top JISCO Alpart champs

Monday, May, 20 2019    

NAIN, St Elizabeth — Bethlehem Primary School amassed 215 points to defend their title in the Primary Schools Category at the recent JISCO Alpart Jamaica-sponsored Essex Valley Athletics Meet at Alpart Sports Club. Read More

PHOTO: Break time!

Monday, May, 20 2019    

At Austin Primary School in Myersville, St Elizabeth a break from classes presents an opportunity for students to mix cricket with rest, snacks and chat. Read More

Name them, shame them!

BY ALICIA SUTHERLAND Observer staff reporter sutherlanda@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, May, 20 2019    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Disgusted at the behaviour of those who throw out garbage without regard to proper disposal, St Elizabeth South Western Member of Parliament Floyd Green wants such people to be publicly identified and shamed, where possible. Read More

For Your Diary

Monday, May, 20 2019    

Thursday, May 23Labour Day Parish ProjectRehabilitation of School Zone(DeCarteret Road - Newleigh Road)Manchester - 10:0 0am Thursday, May 23Labour Day Parish ProjectHolland Primary School Read More

JISCO Alpart provides helping hand for Manchester Plateau

Monday, May, 20 2019    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Bauxite/alumina company JISCO Alpart Jamaica is moving to assist farmers in its mining areas in Manchester, according to a news release circulated here. Read More

Police should do more to engage St Elizabeth residents, says Floyd Green

Monday, May, 6 2019    

BLACK RIVER, St Elizabeth — Member of Parliament for St Elizabeth South Western Floyd Green says the leadership of the St Elizabeth police force is not doing enough to “engage” residents in the fight against crime. Read More



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