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Leak: Can the iPhone 8 compete with a Galaxy S8 that looks like this? Business Headline News Jamaican News Technology News World News 

Leak: Can the iPhone 8 compete with a Galaxy S8 that looks like this?

Dozens of high-profile flagship smartphones will be released in 2017 but truth be told, there are really only a handful of upcoming new devices that consumers at large actually care about. Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 will be big towards the end of the year, and some people are anxiously awaiting new models like the OnePlus 3T’s successor and... Read More
Drop in Student Loan Interest Rate – Finance Min. Audley Shaw Business College News Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

Drop in Student Loan Interest Rate – Finance Min. Audley Shaw

Kingston, Jamaica (McN) —  In the opening of the Budget Debate for the fiscal year 2017-18, Minister of Finance Hon. Audley Shaw, disclosed to the House of Representatives that the Student Loan Bureau (SLB) will be reducing their interest rates. Min Shaw while stating that human development in Jamaica is in “crises.” He pointed out that “more purposeful, a more... Read More
Foreign Exchange: J$128.54 to US$1.00 Business Featured News Jamaica Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

Foreign Exchange: J$128.54 to US$1.00

Kingston, Jamaica (McN) — Bank of Jamaica Daily Foreign Exchange Trading Summary: Friday, March 10, trading of the US dollar to the Jamaican dollar ended at J$128.54, up by seven cents. The Canadian dollar ended trading at J$94.58, down from J$95.57. The British pound sterling ended trading at J$155.65, down from J$156.56 Advertise with us!! Let us create your own... Read More
“There’s something about Jamaica” Week 4 – Deportation Business DJ Amber Crowl Featured Columnist Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News There's Something About Jamaica 

“There’s something about Jamaica” Week 4 – Deportation

About: “There’s something about Jamaica.”  There’s Something about Jamaica’ is a weekly Friday post on www.mckoysnews.com. Amber Crowl (DJ/Host/Promoter/Activist/Writer) shares her views on Jamaica’s Politics, Economy and Social Culture. Amber welcomes your questions and comments www.mckoysnews.com and you can send emails to  irieamber@gmail.com       There’s something about Jamaica, that has affected the country for decades. It is well known that Jamaicans live in England, America... Read More
Expect legal challenges to UK deportation policy – barrister Business Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

Expect legal challenges to UK deportation policy – barrister

Matondo Mukulu, a UK based Jamaican barrister, is suggesting that legal challenges could be coming to British immigration laws which force persons to leave the United Kingdom before their appeals against deportation are heard. He is predicting that the policy will be tested because of its far reaching effects. Mr. Mukulu represents one of the nearly 50 Jamaicans scheduled to... Read More
Scotiabank Jamaica Removes J$385 Fee to Break-Up a $5,000 Bill Business Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

Scotiabank Jamaica Removes J$385 Fee to Break-Up a $5,000 Bill

Kingston Jamaica (McN) – Last Week Mckoys News reported that Scotiabank, Jamaica imposed a $385 fee to on its’ customers to break of a $5, 000.00 bill into smaller noted. Scotiabank has now withdrawn the requirement for customers to pay a $385 fee to change $5, 000.00 note into smaller bills. Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Scotiabank Jamaica, David Noel... Read More
Woman with British Accent Arrested – Alleged Extortion Mastermind Business Featured News Jamaica Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

Woman with British Accent Arrested – Alleged Extortion Mastermind

Clarendon, Jamaica (McN)– Police report that they have in custody the alleged extortion mastermind, behind and elaborate extortion scheme, threatening business owners in several parishes. The woman who is reported to have a British accent, was confirmed to be a Jamaican who lived in the United Kingdom for several years, she was arrested in her Clarendon home. On Friday the... Read More
Jamaican Woman Elected Emory Law Journal First Black Chief Editor Business Featured News Jamaica Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

Jamaican Woman Elected Emory Law Journal First Black Chief Editor

Atlanta, Georgia (McN) –  Emory University School of Law, who publishes the Emory Law Journal has elected its first black Editor in Chief, and she is Jamaican Born. The Georgia based Emory University School of Law announced that student Janiel Myers will take on the to the Journal’s highest post. Myers, now and American citizen, was born in Jamaica. Myers who... Read More
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