Police Patrol, Montego Bay

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A policeman rides along the coast of Montego Bay, or MoBay, as the locals call it. A scattering of Arawak Indian villages once surrounded Jamaica’s second largest and most visited city, but now high-rise hotels and restaurants dominate the coastal landscape. The perfect blue water and golden sands have been attracting tourists since the turn of the century.  More on Montego Bay

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Dancer Marvin the beast to be banned from events in Jamaica

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In Light of a dispicable video showning Montego Bay based Dancer,Marvin the Beast Dancer and friends assaulting

a female on the dance floor

at an event.This latest viral video has received  some negative feedback by the public, which had led to the police contacting him.

He is allegedly been banned from all events island wide until charges are over with.

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Medical team mission to Jamaica cancel over murder of Missionaries

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A medical team from the United States has cancelled its mission to the island in the wake of the murder of two missionaries in St Mary.

The cancellation was announced Saturday during a memorial service for the life of Harold Nichols, 53,

and Randy Hentzel, 48 Read more

Racism A Sociological Definition

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Racism refers to a host of practices, beliefs, social relations and phenomena that work to reproduce a racial hierarchy and social structure that yields superiority and privilege for some, and discrimination and oppression for others. Racism takes representational, ideological, discursive, interactional,institutional, structural, and systemic forms. Despite its form, at its Read more

Sanya Richards Out Of Jamaica Invitational With Toe Injury

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Sanya Richards of USA celebrates after winning the women’s 400m at the Weltklasse Golden League athletics meeting in the new Letzigrund stadium in Zurich, Switzerland. (Photo by Mark Matthews/Allsports/SPK)

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sporting Alert – Sanya Richards-Ross has pulled out of the Jamaica International Invitational with a toe injury, meeting director Donald Quarrie has revealed on Tuesday night.

The IAAF World Challenge Meeting will stage at the National Stadium in Kingston on Saturday 7, May.


Richards-Ross, who announced last month that she will retire when the term closes, was looking forward to racing one last time in front of the Jamaican crowd this weekend, but the injury has now preventing her from competing.

According to local television station Television Jamaica (TVJ), the Jamaican-born American aggravated the injury while running a 4x400m leg in the USA v The World at the Penn Relays over the weekend.

The five-time IAAF World Championships gold medallist was returning from her third surgery on her right big toe in November.Read More

Bolt returns to Ostrava in May for 100m

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PRAGUE, Czech Republic (AFP) — Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt will run the 100 metres at the Golden Spike meet in

the eastern Czech city of Ostrava on May 20, the event’s organisers said Tuesday.

This will be Bolt’s second race in the run-up to the Rio Olympics in August, where he will defend his 100m, 200m and 4x100m titles from 2012.Read more

Bogdanovich’s DSR buys Reggae Sumfest

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JOE Bogdanovich, CEO of DownSound Records (DSR) has announced his company’s acquisition of the major Jamaican summer music festival brand, Reggae Sumfest.Although the deal was done about three weeks ago in Kingston, a public Continue reading