Archive for March 6, 2018

Wednesday – Jamaica Horse Racing Tips March 7, 2018

Alan Lewin Racing Tips Coming Soon

Wednesday – Jamaica Horse Racing Tips March 7, 2018  1-Seriousmanipulator, Squit 2-Range Of The Angels, Determine King 3-Old Braeton, Hey Champ 4-True Whisper, Argument Done 5-Montegonian, Cheers 6-Siempro Bueno, Orpheus 7-Khalees’ Revenge, Peeping Tom 8-Lady Exotic, Storm Princess 9-Reggae Gold, Lord Asthon Outsiders 2- Laws Of The Code 4-El Numero Uno 7-Toots The Blues 9-Son Son

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Karamanti Releases New Dancehall Video Featuring Street Team

Karamanti Releases New Dancehall Video

Jamaica News, March 6, 2018 – Karamanti Releases New Dancehall Video Featuring Street Team From Jamaica’s Dancing Dynamite Karamanti shared the official video for her single, “Imagine That,” which was released in January. Though the record aggressively speaks out against the constant thread of back-biting and selfishness that seem to be very prevalent within the music industry, she wanted…

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NGOs Join Forces to Promote Public Awareness on Domestic Violence

Public Awareness on Domestic Violence

Jamaica News, March 6, 2018 – Public Awareness on Domestic Violence Kingston, Jamaica,  The Andrew Dixon Foundation, Kidz R The Future, CRS Radio and Jamaica Youths’ Union will combine resources in Jamaica to raise awareness about the devastating impact of domestic violence. During  April  2018, the team will visit schools in Kingston,  St. Andrew and St. Catherine as part of…

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St James: Illegal Firearm Seized in Spring Mount

Illegal Gun Bust

Jamaica News, March 6, 2018 –  Illegal Firearm Seized in Spring Mount St James, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – The Spring Mount police in St James on Tuesday, March 6, seized an illegal firearm along with several rounds of ammunition in the Spring Mount area.  No one was taken into custody in connection with the seizure.…

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Mark Wignall: Bequeathing a Wreck to our Youth

Bequeathing a Wreck to our Youth

Jamaica News, March 6, 2018 – Bequeathing a Wreck to our Youth It is typical in Jamaican uptown suburbs that whenever a child comes of age or does especially well in academic achievement, he or she is gifted with a car. If the head of the household is rolling in cash, the car will be spanking…

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