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'Electrifying moment'

KAREMA Mundell-Thomas admits that she was nervous moments before the organisers announced the winner of the National Mathematics Teacher of the Year 2019 yesterday, during a ceremony at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel in St Andrew. Read More

Busy week for Parliamentarians
PARLIAMENTARIANS have a busy schedule this week, with the sitting of three select committees, two joint select committees, and the House of Representatives.... Read More

PNP steps up pressure on Gov't over education ministry scandal
ALLEGATIONS of corruption in the Ministry of Education, which resulted in the firing of portfolio Minister Ruel Reid by Prime Minister Andrew Holness last week, have elicited a fresh salvo of questions from Opposition spokesman on education Ronald Thwaites and his People's National Party...... Read More

Dinthill past students give $1 million to repair guidance counsellor's office
GUIDANCE counsellors and students at Dinthill Technical High School in Linstead, St Catherine, will soon be able to enjoy improved facilities at the institution through the assistance of the school's past students.... Read More

Colon cancer danger

BY ANIKA RICHARDS Associate editor — news [email protected] | Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

MORE people are dying from colorectal cancer (CRC) in Jamaica.In fact, the country is also seeing an increase in the number of colorectal cancer diagnoses. Read More

Protestors padlock school gate after student injured

BY RACQUEL PORTER Observer staff reporter [email protected] | Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

A father is now disgruntled after administrators of the school his child attends, instead of taking the injured student to get medical attention, called him to do so. Read More

'Everybody can do maths!'

BY KIMONE THOMPSON Associate Editor — Features [email protected] | Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

LOCAL mathematicians pushing for deeper interest in and uptake of the subject argue that the field is more relevant to daily life than many people realise. Read More

Caricom says meeting with Guaido 'significant step' towards a resolution to Venezuela crisis

Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Caribbean Community (Caricom ) foreign minister Saturday held talks with Venezuelan Opposition Leader Juan Guaidó in accordance with the decision by leaders to facilitate a “peaceful resolution” of the political and economic crisis in the... Read More

Bahamas PM says Venezuelan Gov't illegitimate

Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC) – Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis says The Bahamas remains firm on its position on Venezuela and is backing an Organisation of American States (OAS) position that the polls in the South American country “was an illegitimate... Read More

Photo: 'Roy Fowl' laid to rest

Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

Police make their way to the graveside as mourners pay final respects to Owen “Roy Fowl” Clarke, after a thanksgiving service for his life at Bagbie Seventh-DayAdventist Church in Troja, St Catherine, yesterday. The security forces maintained apresence at the funeral of... Read More

Call made for reduction of tax evasion in Latin America, Caribbean

Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

SANTIAGO, Chile (CMC) — The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) is reiterating the importance of reducing high level of tax evasion and illicit financial flows into the region. Read More

This Day in History - March 26

Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

TODAY'S HIGHLIGHT1997: The bodies of 39 members of the Heaven's Gate techno-religious cult, who committed suicide, are found inside a mansion in Rancho Santa Fe, California. OTHER EVENTS1793: Holy Roman Empire declares war on France. Read More

PNP mourns passing of life member Charles Moore

Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

THE Opposition People's National Party (PNP) says it's in mourning , following the death yesterday of stalwart and life member, Charles Alexander Moore, who has had a long history of service to the party and the country. Read More


Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

BEIRA, Mozambique (AP) — The United Nations is making an emergency appeal for US$282 million for the next three months to help Mozambique start recovering from the devastation of Cyclone Idai. Read More


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