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“A Healthy You” by Amber Crowl – Benefits of Moringa

About: “A healthy you” “A healthy you” is a weekly commentary post on www.mckoysnews.com, where Amber Crowl [DJ, Host, Writer and Activist] shares health, and natural healing using foods, herbs and things of nature to heal illnesses… Amber Crowl welcomes your talk back options and conversations, and comments on Mckoy’s News. You can email Amber at [email protected]     Welcome […]

Jamaican Canival Soca (2)

“E- PICK “- by DJ Amber – Its Carnival Soca Season

ABOUT: “E- PICK” “E- PICK ” is a weekly Saturday post on www.mckoysnews.com, where Amber Crowl (Radio Personality, Host, Writer and Activist) discusses happenings in Jamaican Music, Entertainment Topics and Cultural Ideas. Amber welcomes your questions and comments on Mckoy’s News. and you can send e-mails to [email protected]       Welcome to this week’s E-PICK. It’s Carnival season […]

Soca vs Dancehall in Jamaica

Warren Johnson – “Views From Above” Vol #3 Dancehall vs Soca in Jamaica

Dancehall vs Soca in Jamaica The age-old arguments about these two musical genres was revived in a radio programme on Irie FM with Kashema Francis and her co-host, in a mock trial of sorts – which aired a lot of views that just added more gasoline to the fire. I was unable to stay tuned […]

32 Jamaicans Deported from the UK on March 8, 2017 Deportation

“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  [email protected]       There’s something about Jamaica, that has affected the country for decades. It is well known that […]

St James Parish Library

Minister Chuck, Stay Away From the St James Parish Library Property, Please

If Justice Minister Delroy Chuck wants to move the St. James family Court from its present location, surely he can go ahead and do so, but please don’t mess with the St James Parish Library property. By McKoy’s News Writer Minister Chuck’s intention seems to ignite many concerns about his plan to relocate the St. James […]

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“A Healthy You” by Amber Crowl – Graviola

About: “A healthy you” “A healthy you” is a weekly Sunday commentary post on www.mckoysnews.com, where Amber Crowl [DJ, Host, Writer and Activist] shares health, and natural healing using foods, herbs and things of nature to heal illnesses… Amber Crowl welcomes your talk back options and conversations, and comments on Mckoy’s News. You can email Amber at [email protected]     […]

Youth View Awards

“E- PICK “- by DJ Amber – Youth View Awards

ABOUT: “E- PICK ” “E- PICK ” is a weekly Saturday commentary post on www.mckoysnews.com, where Amber Crowl [Radio Personality, Host, Writer and activist] discusses music and an integral part of Jamaica’s culture and entertainment – the impact on our communities, the struggle of the Jamaican Music, and highlights of the success Jamaican has seen through […]

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“There’s something about Jamaica” Week 3

About: “There’s something about Jamaica” “There’s something about Jamaica” is a weekly Friday commentary post on www.mckoysnews.com, where Amber Crowl [DJ, Host, Promoter, Writer and Activist] shares culture, roots, highlights, traditions of Jamaica and more. Amber welcomes your questions and comments on Mckoy’s News.  You can send emails to [email protected] Log on at 5:00 am Every Friday for […]

Zone of Special Operations

WARREN JOHNSON – “VIEWS FROM ABOVE” Vol. #2

As a sensible Jamaican trying hard to be fair and balanced, as it is the right thing to be. It is difficult to not be jolted by some of the comments coming out of government into the public space. This past Sunday’s edition of the Jamaica Observer, reported that PM, Andrew Holness said that the […]

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Some Golf Carts for Police Patrol Please Minister Montague

Since retiring from social and community work, I have more time to reassess the way how things have unfolded within the circle of people, thinking and doing business with the country’s security apparatus. I felt more relaxed with my “thinking nursery” expanded way above capacity. This of course, allows me to think more positive and […]

Can Community Citizen Associations Prevent Crime & Violence?

Can Community Citizen Associations Prevent Crime & Violence?

  Preventing crime seems to be one of the biggest obstacles facing the world these days. Community Citizen Associations may be effective. Here in Jamaica, it has becomes unbearable for many of us law-abiding citizens, but more so, for business operators and visitors to the Island. There is hardly anyone living and working in these […]

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Warren Johnson – “Views From Above”

In “contemplating” the subject of this article, you will have to consider and decide which side of the divide are you on, after an honest appraisal and self-examination. If you are able to read and understand this far, there is no need to bog you down with the definition of the word Jamaican, nor the […]

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