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British-born woman stabbed to death in St. Mary
A Jamaican-born British woman was stabbed to death and her body dumped in a shallow grave on her property in Boscobel, St. Mary.  More detail
Lewinsons, the saviours of Dalton Harris, need...
Rowena Lewinson, a resident of Grantham, a small village in North West Clarendon, believes that Dalton's mother should not be so harsh on her famous son. She is Dalton's 'life mother', not his biological one, because it was her tender care and attention that set him on the path to his present... More detail
DALTON HARRIS MOM ASK BLOGGERS TO STOP SPREADING...
Fifty-two year old Sylvia Campbell is upset that her son, X Factor finalist Dalton Harris, has failed to acknowledge her role as a mother.    More detail
Starface gets flak for using midget in video
Dancehall artiste Starface is upset that there are factions within the entertainment industry who have objected to the use of a self-described "professional dwarf entertainer" in a sex scene in her video  for the single, 'Ready', the Tuff remix.   More detail
Man hacks woman and step-daughter to death, then...
  Jamaica has been rocked by yet another murder-suicide. The latest incident involves a man from St. James who hacked his common-law wife,  and her step daughter to death, in the Rosemount community  Sunday morning,  September 23rd and committed suicide   More detail
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Reggae superstar Buju Banton, one of Jamaica's most favoured sons, will return home within a few weeks. There will be fanfare. There will be music. There will be dancing. There will be much merriment. However, the government of Jamaica will not facilitate or partake in such matters. To paraphrase the famous idiom, when it comes to such occasions, "it is not the done thing".
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Buju Banton for Long Walk to Freedom tour

Friday, 21 September 2018 07:13
The team representing the Grammy Award-winning artiste, Buju Banton, dropped confirmation that there will be a major tour following his release in December this year.
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Fans and lawyers of reggae legend Buju Banton have frequently shouted 'entrapment' and 'set up by government informant' to describe the state of affairs that led the reggae star to be incarcerated for almost a decade on cocaine-trafficking charges. 
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D'Angel kicks off ANSO THURSDAYS NEXT WEEK

D'Angel will kick off Anso Thursdays next week with a big stage show featuring the likes of Beenie Man, Zamunda, G Whizz, Flexxx, Popcaan, and…

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