Monday, May 31, 2010

Wedding Bells Will Be Ringing Soon For Tessanne Chin



 Dancehall/reggae singer Tessanne Chin is said to be on ‘cloud nine’ today, as her boyfriend – former television presenter, Michael Anthony Cuffe Jr. – reportedly popped the question yesterday, and asked for her hand in marriage during a large family gathering at the home of her sister, Tami Chynn. A teary-eyed Tessanne reportedly said yes, and the couple were cheered on by the many family members on hand, which included both sets of parents. No details forthcoming on a wedding date as yet!

PET CROCODILES FOUND IN TIVOLI - Reptiles being tested for human remains

Preparations are now being made to test if two crocodiles which were found in Tivoli Gardens were fed humans,  has learnt.
Police sources told THE STAR that the two reptiles were found caged in a section of the community.


The fugitive whose supporters have reduced the Jamaican capital to a war zone used improvised bombs, closed-circuit TV and cross-dressing mercenaries to defend his stronghold, police said yesterday. As the manhunt for Christopher “Dudus” Coke entered its third week, police said that Mr Coke, wanted in the United States as the alleged head of the Shower Posse drug gang, monitored the entrances to his bastion at Tivoli Gardens in Kingston with a network of CCTV cameras before slipping away shortly after the army stormed the area.

'Drop Chris Brown' - Facebook page against R&B artiste being on Sumfest

A Facebook page has been created to protest Chris Brown's upcoming performance at Reggae Sumfest in the summer, but the promoters of the event are not deterred.
The page, 'Boycott Reggae Sumfest 2010 Unless They Drop Chris Brown!!!', was created last week after it was announced that the R&B singer would be on the show, which takes place in July. Almost 300 people have joined the page since its creation.
"We understand that people make mistakes and CB (Chris Brown) is probably a better person now. But during these turbulent times in Jamaica, the country needs good influences. There may be a time for CB in Jamaica, its just not right now," the creator of the webpage said about Chris Brown, who was sentenced last year to serve five years probation and to spend more than 1,400 hours in "labour-oriented service" for assaulting his former pop star girlfriend, Rihanna.

Air Jamaica (Caribbean airlines) suspends Baltimore route, expandind others

Switching planes to more profitable routes

AIR Jamaica has suspended flights to Baltimore but added new flights to other United States destinations New York and Toronto while reintroducing its service to Nassau in the Bahamas.

The airline, recently divested by Government to Caribbean airlines, said that aircraft presently flying to Baltimore will be reallocated to more profitable routes. The service will be suspended July 1.

Coke 'Dudus' Judicial Review delayed

THE application for a Judicial review filed by lawyers seeking to prevent the extradition of Christopher 'Dudus' Coke to the United States, has been delayed until Wednesday.
The matter was adjourned after Minister of Justice Dorothy Lightbourne filed an affidavit today to which Don Foote, Cook's lead attorney, said he needed time in which to respond.
Coke is wanted by the United States to face gun and drug trafficking charges. It was the signing of his arrest warrant that sparked attacks by gunmen on security forces and the ensuing State of Emergency.

Pop Corn denies smoking ganja

UPCOMING dancehall artiste Pop Corn pleaded not guilty to smoking ganja when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court Friday.
The artiste, whose real name is Andre Sutherland, and who is a member of the Vybz Kartel-led Portmore Empire, was arrested and charged on May 9 after he was reportedly caught in the act by the police.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

9 picked up in East Kirkland Heights in St.Andrew

AS the security forces continue their search for Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, nine persons were picked up in a massive operation in East Kirkland Heights, St Andrew, this morning.
Two of the nine persons are known to be very close to the West Kingston fugitive.
The pre-dawn operation comprised of soldiers from the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) and police officers drawn from several formations including NIB/Kingfish and the Organised Crime Division.
Senior detectives will interrogate the nine individuals, all of whom are from West Kingston addresses.

Dudus Coke Life story-

THE diminutive don was furious. Christopher “Dudus” Coke, known to his Jamaican followers as “Bossy”, or “the President”, had spent more than a decade nurturing the political and criminal contacts who had allegedly helped him to turn a Kingston slum into the fortress base of a gangland empire.
Now everything was threatened by what the 5ft 4in godfather described in the local patois as an “eejit ting” — an idiot thing. His younger half-brother, Leighton “Livity” Coke, had gone to war with the police.
A round of tit-for-tat killings in the spring of 2005 was threatening to get out of hand. Three police officers were dead and reports were beginning to leak from the Coke family’s Tivoli Gardens stronghold of a dangerous rift between the two half-brothers.

R&B singer Alicia Keys is pregnant with her first child: to marry Swizz Beatz

Alicia Keys had a definite glow about her at a charity gala in London last night, and now it's clear why.
The 29-year-old confirmed today she is pregnant with her first child. 

How did 'Dudus' get extradition papers? ‘Dudus’ abandoned fighters in Tivoli, say security officials

MILITARY and police personnel Friday said that copies of the extradition documents filed by the United States Government against Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke were found in his Presidential Click office in Tivoli Gardens after the community was secured by the authorities.
At the same time, they painted Coke as a coward who, after importing at least 400 gunmen from outside Tivoli to fight in his defence, fled the community shortly after the security forces began their operation last Monday to arrest him and restore order to the area.

International battle on Dynamite stage

Just hours before the Red Label Wine Dancin' Dynamites International Battle of the Five was scheduled to take place, a national state of emergency was declared for the parishes of Kingston and St Andrew; but nonetheless the show went under way, with a few minor changes.

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Gary Coleman's parents want answers over their actor's son death

The estranged parents of US former child actor Gary Coleman are demanding answers about their sons death, Radar Online reported Saturday.

Buju Banton postpone to September 2010

It’s a long journey, and apparently a mighty long way to go for dancehall/reggae deejay Buju Banton, who has been jailed in the U.S. since his arrest on Federal drug charges in Florida in December, 2009.
A federal judge has once again changed the trial date for Banton’s trial, this time without giving a reason. Banton’s trial was originally scheduled to begin on April 19, but 11 days before the trial was set to start, it was moved to June 21. And today, it was announced that the case has now been moved to the September trial calendar. The actual trial date will reportedly be set at a status conference in August.

Jamaican female artistes unite on track

The female artistes have combined forces for a monster collaboration and remix for the song Fresh 2 Death.
Tami Chynn, Tifa, Natalie Storm, Timberlee, Stacious and Keida have all joined forces to remix Fresh 2 Death which was released in March of this year from Nicky B, Chino, Laden, Chedda and Konshens.
Produced by UIM Records, Andrew 'Anju Blax' Myrie told  how the collaboration came about saying, "it was really me and Chedda who siddown and was thinking about the video for the original and the concept came to us about a girl's version of the song. It would be good to get them on a remix. I passed the idea on to my partner Tijean Bennett who also liked the idea."

Friday, May 28, 2010

Social Network Facebook adjusts privacy controls after complaints

This July 23, 2008, photo shows Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, delivering the keynote address during the annual Facebook f8 developer conference in San Francisco. - Contributed

In Facebook's vision of the Web, you would no longer be alone and anonymous. Sites would reflect your tastes and interests, as you expressed them on the social network, and you wouldn't have to fish around for news and songs that interest you.
Standing in the way is growing concern about privacy from Facebook users, most recently complaints that the site forced them to share personal details with the rest of the online world or have them removed from Facebook profiles altogether.

Second US media house reports on alleged Dudus deal

Another US media house is reporting that Western Kingston strongman Christopher "Dudus" Coke, the subject of a massive manhunt, wants to make a deal with US authorities.

Police now want Dudus Busniess Partner Justin O'Gilvie, other

POLICE this morning pleaded with Christopher 'Dudus' Coke's business partner Justin O'Gilvie to turn himself in.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

ZJ Liquid

ZJ Liquid (right) and friends hanging out at Smirnoff Twisted Spiritz. - Contributed Wild Fire: Tarrus Riley (Don Corleon) - Speaks of the current situation happening in West Kingston and urging us to keep innocent people out of the cross fire and preserve their lives.
Why Me: Beenie Man (Romiech Records) - Beenie Man speaks of the attack on entertainers and the industry such as that on Oneil from Voicemail; he thinks entertainers' lives are at risk and insists he is going to protect his own.
Summer Break: Bugle, Chevaugn, Razz and Biggy (Notice Production) - Fresh song about summer and partying. Similar vibe to Holiday by Ding Dong and Chevaugn which was a smash last summer.
Wait till you see me Smile: Alicia Keys (J Records) - Positive song of hope, suggesting that despite rough times there is good to look forward to and that there will be a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Especially relevant to the times we are experiencing as a people in Jamaica. DJ Liquid's 'Fresh Pick' from Alicia Key's latest album.

Mavado tune 9 lives

Artiste: Mavado
Yeah, dem fi know,
Some man a general,
Every ghetto yute
Man a god fadda man a general
Dem fi know man a general
God of peace,
angel of death

Entertainers mourn as Voicemail's Oneil Edwards dies

The entertainment fraternity is in mourning over the passing of Oneil Edwards, a member of the dancehall trio, Voicemail. Oneil, who was shot on May 9, succumbed to his injuries yesterday afternoon, while a patient in the Kingston Public Hospital.
 Immediately following his shooting, artistes had united for vigils at the Mandela Park in Half-Way-Tree and then at the KPH. Chief convener of the vigils, Mr Vegas, noted at the time that "the reason so many artistes have turned out at such short notice is simply because Oneil is a good guy. He isn't mixed up, he doesn't sing gun lyrics and he doesn't preach violence. The fact that this has happened to Oneil means that it could happen to any one of us."

Man was killed in search for ‘Dudus’ in Kirkland Heights.

KEITH Clarke, 58, the brother of former government minister Claude Clarke, was killed early this morning in a police search for Tivoli Gardens don Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke in Kirkland Heights, St Andrew.
Residents said they heard about two hours worth of gunfire, starting sometime around 2:00 am.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

O'Neil Edwards from voicemail group dies in hospital .

O'NEIL Edwards, a member of the singing group Voicemail, has died in hospital earlier today.
Edwards was critically wounded after he was shot several times as he attempted to enter his home at Belloc Avenue in the middle class community of Duhaney Park early on the morning of Monday May 10.

Oneil From Voicemail Has Died in Hospital.

The dancehall / reggae industry is in mourning at this time, as new broke this afternoon that Oneil Edwards, one-third of the popular dancehall group Voicemail, died earlier today. Edwards had been battling for life in hospital since May 1

Downtown kingston yesterday

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Bob Marley's studio damaged in fire

The multi-million dollar recording facility built in memory of Bob Marley in Ghana, Africa was badly damaged by fire on Saturday night.

The reggae star's widow, Rita, built the studio to honour her husband's legacy.

According to reports on a fierce fire reduced a section of the Aburi-Gyankama, based recording studio into a pile of rubble. No casualties were reported. According to the report it took the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) more than four hours to bring the fire which began at 6 p.m. under control.

Christopher 'Dudus' Coke still at large

TIVOLI Gardens strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke is still at large despite a major security dragnet imposed on the volatile community of Tivoli Gardens during a two-day operation by the security forces.

26 civilians dead in Dudus mayhem in JCF reports

THE Jamaica Constabulary Force is reporting that 26 civilians have been killed and 25 injured in the West Kingston operation. The report — the first official confirmation from the police — was issued this morning.

One member of the security forces was also killed and seven injured, the police said.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Do you think Vybz Kartel is a Galis?

Chris Brown for Reggae Sumfest; Red Stripe returns.

SUMMERFEST Productions, the organisers of Reggae Sumfest, has named R&B star Chris Brown as one of the foreign acts on the line-up for this year's festival.
In a press release, the organisers also welcomed Red Stripe who returns as main sponsor of Reggae Sumfest, after a hiatus.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

DJ Popcaan making big 'Dreams' in his music careers

Last year saw the rise of a few new talents in the Jamaican entertainment industry. One of these such talents is Andre Sutherland, more popularly know as Popcaan, a budding star in the Gaza Family.
It was a milestone year for popcaan in 2009 as his career took off with hits like Nuh Ordinary Girl, and then again in 2010 with New Year, Fake Friend and Up Inna Di Club.
popular catchphrases

Mavado to perform for Seaga's birthday

Singjay Mavado reported to have been personally requested

Mavado's manager Julian Jones-Griffiths says his artiste feels honoured, as he has been requested to perform at the birthday party of former Prime Minister Edward Seaga next weekend at Devon House, St Andrew.

Chat with Dj Left Side

Stage Name: Leftside
Real Name: Craig Parks
Birth Month: June
How did you get started in the business?
Leftside: Well, I grew up in a very musical home with my father Lloyd Parks (Lloyd Parks And We The People Band) so I've always had great love for the music. Seeing my father playing for so many great artistes, I decided I wanted to be a part of it.
I started off by playing drums at the age of four years old. I also played drums in my father's band when I was 17 years old. I was a part of it for five years. Then I started making rhythms, that's when a lot started to happen for me. I made tracks for Elephant Man, Bounty Killer, Sizzla, Vybz Kartel etc.

Hot girl Ce'Cile hot in Germany

Ce'Cile continues to chart success overseas with news now emerging that her hit single Hot Like We that spent weeks atop the German Black Charts has now been added to the mega-compilation album Bravo Black Hits Vol.21. The Bravo Hits is an annual compilation of the hottest urban hits in that country.
Ce'Cile joins a host of international acts that have songs on the album including Bob Sinclair, Jordan Sparks, Sean Kingston
, Peter Fox, Sean Paul, Kanye West and Keri Hilson.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Video : Bounty Killer & Elephant man "This Is How We Do It" Video Shoot (Behind The Scenes)

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Dudus Coke’ motion for Supreme Court today

The motion filed by west Kingston strongman Christopher “Dudus" Coke challenging his arrest warrant is to be heard in the Supreme Court in another half an hour.

Demarco's 'Show It' for BET's 106 & Park

Demarco's Show It video featuring singer
Craig Jackson will be featured as the 'New Joint of the Day' on BET's 106 & Park today.

A video for the R&B flavoured song was shot in February at the Privilege nightclub in New Kingston by the popular editor turned director
This will be Demarco's first appearance on the popular American show. After being premiered as the new joint of the day, persons can vote for the video to keep it in the video line-up.

Demarco's manager Karl Palmer told  recently, "the video has been doing good, getting some plays on MTV Jams and got like six or seven million views on It was also playing on a show on BET Centric."
greatest achievement

He added, "this is Starkutt's greatest achievement in music since being out there. It's great being on MTV Jams and on"
According to Palmer, Demarco is currently in Baltimore working and will be back this weekend. His debut album for the US market has been completed and will hopefully be released soon. Show It will be on that album which is tentatively called I'm Not Perfect. Another album will also be released exclusively in Japan on June 23rd called Standing Soldier.

Damian Marley and rapper Nas, charting with Distant Relatives

Distant Relatives, the joint album by rapper Nas and deejay Damian Marley has secured top-10 spots in the US, UK, France, Germany and Canada on iTunes Reggae charts since its Tuesday release date, but it still can't debunk Legend, the catalogue album by Bob Marley from the # 1 slot.

Suge Knight arrested in LA for alleged assault

LOS ANGELES, USA (AP) -- Ex-rap music mogul Marion 'Suge' Knight has been arrested in Los Angeles for investigation of assault with a deadly weapon.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Female rapper Nicki Minaj rumored to be in a Explicit and Graphic Sex Tape

 Has Just Been Given a Private Screening of What They Call a Nicki Minaj Sextape
Apparently there is a Nicki Minaj sextape and the people over at have seen the video to prove it.
 They say that it was shot a couple of years ago and stars a younger Nicki Minaj or someone who looks a lot like her. They describe this younger Nicki Minaj 'before she got hot' and says this younger version is doing all kinds of freaky stuff.

Who is this new girl Usain Bolt is dating? More seductive Photos inside.

Dudus, Tivoli war preparation has the soldiers under siege

THE JAMAICA Defence Force (JDF) has called out the National Reserve after thugs in west Kingston yesterday underscored their stated intention to defend the 'President' when they opened fire on a team of soldiers attempting to enter Denham Town.

Thursday Talk

No, says One Don
1. And suddenly, all political hell broke loose as party activists and insiders were beating a path to the 'One Don's' door to beg him to come out of retirement. When he refused, they turned tail and rushed back to beg the other to stay!
2. Some are saying it was the cancellation of a few more visas, plus the warning by the US State Department, that you know who, plus the number of other elected officials who would be indicted by the Grand Jury, rendering them felons, that caused the about-face!

Mavado video director defends gangster plot in the collaboration with Drake

Anthony Mandler, the director of American rapper Drake's Find Your Love video, which was shot in Jamaica in April and features singjay Mavado as the 'villain' of the plot, has come out in response to Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett's comments last week, warning local acts to be careful in how they portray Jamaica.

Christopher 'Dudus' takes Gov't to court

West Kingston strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke is challenging the warrant which was issued on Tuesday for his arrest to face extradition proceedings in court.
Coke's motion was filed yesterday in the Supreme Court by attorney-at-law Don Foote. The Gleaner understands that a team of lawyers will be retained to represent Coke in the matter.
Court officials would not disclose the details in the court document as they said it was a confidential matter.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Ms.Kitty sexy photos more inside (Fluffy to di world)

Blak Ryno to march for peace

Dancehall artiste Ryno D Stinga, formerly Blak Ryno says he plans to be part of the many peace initiatives being put on.

Rihanna attempts Moonwalk

Rihanna is used to creating a stir with her jaw-dropping videos for “Umbrella,” “Hard,” and “Russian Roulette,” but she is now inadvertently becoming the queen of viral clips.
In the last week, two new Rihanna videos from her European tour have swept the Web. They both are marred by performance faux pas.

Policemen retreat under heavy gunfire downtown

MEMBERS of the security forces were forced to retreat this morning after gunmen opened fire at them as they tried to clear a roadblock at Oxford Street in Downtown Kingston.
"Law men went to the area to clear a road block in the community when they came under heavy gunfire," a police officer at the Hannah Town police station told the Observer.

The mother of popular music selector Ricky Trooper is "worried and

NEW YORK, USA — The mother of popular music selector Ricky Trooper is "worried and deeply concerned' that her son is being investigated by United States authorities, who maintain that he waved a real gun in his now infamous YouTube video monologue.
Trooper's mom, who spoke on condition that the newspaper not disclose her name, said from her home in Massachusetts that she was "not aware that her son was involved in anything" that would justify a probe by the US authorities. 

No sabotage at Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall finals, producers say

EXECUTIVE producer of Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall, Mark Kenny, says he is very disappointed with the way the issue surrounding an incident with runner-up Reggae Queen has evolved, but maintains that the competition will continue to unearth authentic Jamaican talent and try to present palatable entertainment for the viewing public.

Voicemail Oneil still keeping the faith

 A week after the shooting of Voicemail's Oneil Edwards, the remaining two members, Kevin Blaire and Craig Jackson, are hopeful for the future of their injured member.
Edwards was shot last Monday upon entering his home in Duhaney Park. He was later rushed to the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) in critical condition.
When  spoke to Jackson last night, he was optimistic about  the future and said he is still trying to cope.

I Won' - says Reggae Queen - Executive producer said her votes had decreased

Reggae Queen, who placed second on Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall last Saturday, is claiming that she is the real winner but the executive producer of the show, Mark Kenny, said this is far from the truth.
Immediately after Bumpa was announced as the winner, people in the audience started booing, making obvious their disapproval.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010


Deejay mad cobra house was shot up by gunmen last night, but the report say anyone was injured an the DJ was home at the time while his house was being the target by thugs.

An effort by 'Honorebel'

Veteran deejay Honorebel's biggest crack at the big time has come with My Girl, a song featuring star rappers Sean Kingston and Trina. The song was released last week in the United States by Ultra Records.

Security measure heightened around Gordon House

UNIFORMED and plainclothes security personnel swarmed the vicinity of Gordon House for today's sitting of the House of Representatives less than 24 hours after Prime Minister Bruce Golding announced that authorisation had been given for extradition proceedings to begin again Christopher 'Dudus' Coke.

Warrant was signed for Dudus’ arrest

A warrant for the arrest of Tivoli Gardens strongman, Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke was signed this morning by a high court judge, the observer has learnt.

The warrant gives the police Fugitive Apprehension Team the power to collar Coke who is wanted in the United States on drug and gun running charges.

Panic as report about ‘Dudus’ extradition circulates in

ACTIVITIES in sections of the country's capital city, Kingston, and several major towns came to a standstill yesterday as several businesses closed their doors, as reports circulated rapidly that Government had signed the extradition request for Christopher 'Dudus' Coke.
Coke, the reputed 'don' for Prime Minister Bruce Golding's tough West Kingston constituency, is wanted by the United States for alleged drug trafficking and gun-running charges.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Jamaica to sign Dudus extradition request and........

A deeply apologetic Prime Minister Bruce Golding tonight announced that Justice Minister Dorothy Lightbourne will sign the authority for extradition proceedings to commence against Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke who is wanted by the United States to face gun- and drug-running charges.
In an address to the nation a short while ago, Golding begged the nation to forgive him for dragging out the extradition issue and for his involvement in the matter.

Bumpa, Press Fyah takes their crowning......

From left: Magnum Queen of the Dancehall, Bumpa, host Empress and Magnum King of the Dancehall, Press Fyah, after their crowning at Weekenz, St Andrew, on Saturday night.
Despite being crowd favourites, Reggae Queen and Juggla were outclassed by their competitors Bumpa and Press Fyah, who were crowned Magnum King and Queen of Dancehall on Saturday at Weekenz, Constant Spring Road.
After waiting all night to hear the results, Reggae Queen and Bumpa were eventually brought on to the stage for the big announcement of who would walk away with the big prizes; $1 million, a video and single release and 750 promotional CDs.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Who is this new hot brown girl in Vybz Kartel life

Kartel nuh ramp feel up the girl breast in a public settings

Christopher Martin does tribute for Oneil

Christopher Martin has re-recorded parts of his song Watch Me Lord in tribute to Voicemail's Oneil Edwards.

Shootings of Dancehall Artistes of the pasts.

SHOOTING incidents involving three dancehall figures -- Oneil Edwards, Ewart 'Mad Cobra' Brown and producer Everton 'Rado' Minott -- in the same week have led to a rude awakening amongst artistes that gun violence is a reality. Those who didn't already know can now quote statistics that say over 500 persons have been murdered since the start of the year.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Bahamas police charge two Americans for Jamaican's murder

NASSAU, Bahamas — Authorities in the Bahamas have charged two tourists from Florida with killing a Jamaican during what police say was a drug deal gone bad.

Jamaican faces 29 years for illegal entry

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY – A Jamaican man yesterday pleaded guilty to re-entering the United States illegally and possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

Producer of Mavado's Gal Over Gun, Rado shot

EVERTON Minott, the producer of the popular Mavado song, Gal Over Gun, has become the third person in the entertainment industry to be shot in the same week.

Friday, May 14, 2010

A Facebook page has been created for artiste Mad Cobra

A Facebook page has been created for dancehall artiste Cobra who was shot while in Portmore on Tuesday evening.

Oneil from voicemail makes improvement

Having been unconscious for days, it seems there have been some improvements in the condition of .
The artiste, who was shot multiple times at his home in Duhaney Park early Monday morning, had been in a coma for days. However, there were some signs of improvement yesterday when he was able to breathe on his own for the first time since the incident.

Usain Bolt charity gets a good start.

Mark Linehan (right), CEO Digicel Jamaica hands over a cheque for $1 million to Winsome Wilkins, CEO of United Way of Jamaica, Tuesday. The money will go towards the renovation of the Sherwood Content Health Centre in Trelawny, which is currently being undertaken by track star Usain Bolt's charity. Bolt gre up in the small Trelawny community. Sharing the moment is Norman Peart, Bolt's manager.

Obeah fire in Awful Gully?

AWFUL GULLY, St James the St James division of the Jamaica Fire Brigade has approached the St James police for forensic assistance to determine the cause of mysterious, sporadic outbreaks of fire, which have, since last Wednesday, been torching houses and furniture belonging to members of a family located here on a parcel of land.

Jah Cure went techno with Never Say Never

Producer, Rick Warren, has remixed Jah Cure's recent hit, Never Say Never, with a Techno flavour. The reggae version of the song was released in February of this year on the Stonehenge Riddim and was the first single of that compilation.