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The Prime Minister of The Bahamas retains leadership following party elections. Elections were part of the ruling Progressive Liberal Party’s 52nd convention, held over the past 3 days – which was its first leadership race in more than 7 years. Yesterday, PLP delegates voted to keep Prime Minister Perry Christie as their leader, as he […]

The Saint Lucia Boxing Association (SLBA) wants to use the sport as a means to help rehabilitate prison inmates. Newly installed SLBA President, David ‘Shakes’ Christopher pointed to the Bordelais Correctional Facility, saying there are a lot of young men there and “boxing is a good tool to create better citizens and champions out of […]

The Jamaican music fraternity has lost 2 legendary stalwarts. First on Wednesday legendary trombonist Nambo Robinson passed away. Born Ronald Robinson, Nambo remained one of the most in demand studio musicians in Jamaica for more than 40 years. He was also a vocalist, percussionist, and recording artist, releasing 4 solo albums. He began his career […]

Caribbean born artists Rihanna and Sean Paul have been nominated for 2017 Brit Awards. Barbadian Rihanna ties U.K girl group Little Mix and music producer Skepta for the most Brit Awards nominations with the 3. She is nominated for International Female Solo Artist of the Year, and Best British Single and British Artist Video both […]

A government minister in St. Lucia had a teenage girl arrested for attempted blackmail. St. Lucia’s Ministry of Finance, Dr. Ubaldus Raymond called authorities on 18-year-old Curshaby Alexander after she threatened to publish nude photos of Raymond, if he did not pay her an undisclosed amount of money. The photos – alleged to be of […]

Jamaica’s 2008 Olympic 4x400m relay team has been disqualified for doping and may be stripped of their gold medals. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has been retesting hundreds of samples from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics with new technology, and yesterday disqualified Jamaica’s relay team from the 2008 Beijing Olympics, after one of its members, […]

A St. Lucian Soca artist has been freed after serving almost 8 years in jail for murder. Yesterday Jonathan St. Rose – known as Soca artist ‘Ninja Dan’, was released from prison after the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court of Appeal accepted his appeal against a 20 year-jail sentence. Last year, Ninja Dan and 2 men […]

Jamaica’s female bobsled team has earned its first medal in competition. Last week, driver Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian and brakeswoman Carrie Russell, won bronze at the North American Cup Bobsleigh and Skeleton competition in Lake Placid, New York. The North American Cup staged its Bobsleigh and Skeleton competition in 4 legs. Beginning last November, the first and […]

The Obamas are vacationing in the Caribbean, after leaving the Oval Office. On Friday, former U.S. President Barack Obama and wife Michelle, made their way to the British Virgin Islands after the inauguration of Donald Trump. Obama had long said he promised his wife that, he would take her on a special holiday after leaving […]

Popular Jamaican Reggae Band Raging Fyah begins its 2017 U.S. tour today. Raging Fyah will tour with U.S. Reggae band Tribal Seeds and Australian Natalli Rize of the band Blue King Brown, through the month of March. Thus far, 20 dates have been announced, with more expected to follow. They will follow their U.S. tour […]


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