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A leading investment brokerage is forecasting that interest rates will decline even further and market liquidity to increase as Jamaica's economic position continue to improve in the months ahead. “We have record growth and low...

Jamaica Energy Partners (JEP) and West Kingston Power Partners (WKPP) say they will disburse on Friday scholarships totalling just over $11 million to 30 Primary Exit Profile (PEP) achievers and seven tertiary students. The energy...

There were countless memorable moments for Culture Minister Babsy Grange at this year's Reggae Sumfest. But the Beenie Man/Bounty Killa performance ranks number one. 

Unlike last night, when patrons arrived late at the Catherine Hall venue in Montego Bay, St James, forcing the show off schedule, it's almost clockwork tonight.

Estimated as one of the largest crowds at Montego Bay’s Catherine Hall Complex, patrons at Friday night’s 27th instalment of Reggae Sumfest rivalled the population of a small city.
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