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RJR and Jamaica Mortgage Bank

RJR and Jamaica Mortgage Bank Face J$180M Lawsuit

Kingston, Jamaica (McN) – The RJR and Jamaica Mortgage Bank (JMB) are both facing a J$180M lawsuit by ex-employee of the banking institution. Banker Dalton Myrie, who formerly worked as a loans officer at JMB for 20 years to secure financing and affordable housing for Jamaicans, is now suing for defamation. According to Supreme Court […]

Police Constable Crashed

28-year-old Police Constable crashed into parked truck dies

Clarendon, Jamaica (McN) – A Spanish Town police constable crashed along the Bustamante highway, Clarendon, reportedly losing his life after being fatally injured. The cop is identified  as 28-year-old Jamie Robinson, assigned to the Spanish Town Police Station. Constable Robinson resided in Hatfield, Manchester. The May Pen Police say that about 6:30 pm on Thursday March […]

77-year-old hope road businesswoman hacked, Barbara Moncrieffe

77-Year-Old Hope Road businesswoman hacked to death at work

St Andrew, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – An elderly Hope Road businesswoman was hacked to death just past midday on Friday, in St. Andrew. Her husband and two other persons were also injured in the machete attack by an alleged employee of the couple. Police have confirmed that 77-year-old Barbara Moncrieffe is dead resulting from an […]

Sean Paul No Lie

“E- PICK “- by DJ Amber – Sean Paul “No Lie” Featuring Dua Lipa

ABOUT: “E- PICK ” “E- PICK ” is a weekly Saturday post on, 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. SEAN PAUL IS IN THE SPOTLIGHT WITH […]

Water Supply, National Water Commission

There’s something about Jamaica Week 6 – Water Supply

About: “There’s something about Jamaica.”  There’s Something about Jamaica’ is a weekly post on Amber Crowl (DJ/Host/Promoter/Activist/Writer) shares her views on Jamaica’s Politics, Economy and Social Culture. Amber welcomes your questions and comments and you can send emails to  [email protected]       THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT JAMAICA, THAT THOUSANDS OF JAMAICANS NEED IN ORDER TO SURVIVE, BUT IS LACKING IN […]

Tax Package

Tax Package Outrageous Audley Shaw! Opposition Party Walked Out!

Kingston, Jamaica (McN) – A unanimous walk out, after a noisy uproar was the stance of the opposition Members of Parliament to the proposed tax package. The 13.5 billion tax package, has been creating pandemonium across the island, and the opposition party is fueled with objection, claiming it’s unconscionable. The walk out came after Finance […]

Bustamante Hospital for Children

BREAKING: Bustamante Hospital Only Accepting Emergency Cases

Kingston, Jamaica (McN) — In a news release, the South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA) today, Thurday March 23, issues public notice that the Bustamante Hospital for Children is only accepting emergency cases effective immediately until further notice. Per the release from SERHA, the decision to only accept emergency patients was made as a result […]

Woman Found Hanging

Clarendon Boy Found Dead Hanging From Tree

Clarendon, Jamaica (McN) – On Tuesday a 12-year-old Clarendon boy was found dead hanging from cord in a tree by a cord in Lionel Town, Clarendon. The boy is identified as Tyrone Mitchell, a grade six student at the Watsonton Primary School. Per the police the incident happened about 2:oo pm on Tuesday March 21. […]

Alan Magnus RJR

Alan Magnus Says Goodbye as the RJR Good Morning Man

Kingston, Jamaica (McN) – The “Good Morning Man,” has echoed over our radios for 45 years; but now it is time to close the curtains, as Broadcaster Alan Magnus says goodbye from the post at Radio Jamaica (RJR). Alan Magnus, will leave the morning show on RJR but will still do work on other programs […]


Warren Johnson – “Views From Above” Vol #4 Hoodlums and Hoodies

Hoodlums and Hoodies are set to dominate Jamaica for some time as the powers-that-be, along with the bleeding heart liberals of the extreme variety, have too much say and sway over the running of our Island right into the ground, or underground. Our pervasive criminal environment will either have to change, or we will wilt […]


Parents, students, teachers exhaling GSAT relief!

Kingston, Jamaica (McN) – A sigh of relieve from the overwhelming preparation for GSAT examination.   Across the island, parents, students and teachers are now breathing easily as the Grade Six Achievement Tests (GSAT) are finally completed.   With the long hours of practice, studying and revision by the nearly 40,000 grade six students, along […]