St. James

Mobay’s Gloucestershire Hotel is For Sale at US$6.25m

The Gloucestershire Hotel priced at US$6.25 million (j$720m) becomes the latest property for sale in Montego Bay. The 96-room property went on sale this week. The property was owned by local businessman John Sinclair who died in February 2013. The proposed sale forms part of his final will and testament. The Wexford Hotel is also for sale at US$8.5 million, ...

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Queen Ifrica’s Mother Has Passed Away

Rastafarian reggae singer Queen Ifrica is now in mourning after the death of her mother yesterday evening. Queen Ifrica is now in Montego Bay where her mother lived, sharing the difficult moments with relatives and close family friends. Her mother passed away just hours before her father Derrick Morgan performed at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre in Kingston, Jamaica.

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Montego Bay Doctor Offers Vaginal Tightening Procedure

After giving birth to three children, the 33-year-old Montegonian just couldn’t get the pleasure she once experienced during sex. The woman, who has been married for almost three years, said the tightness in her vagina no longer existed. Fearing that the lacklustre sex could impact negatively on her marriage, she became worried, and suffered in silence for months. “It [sex] ...

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Corey Todd Shot, Gunman Killed

Popular businessman Corey Todd was shot and injured by a single gunman in an early morning gun attack after 5 this morning, just as he was leaving his popular Taboo nightclub in Montego Bay. He was shot two times, one bullet grazed his side while the other shattered his right arm. Todd’s security personnel immediately shot and killed the assailant. ...

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Fire Damages MoBay’s Old Fort Craft Market

Executive director of the Tourism Product Development Company Dennis Hickey says a temporary site has been identified to house craft vendors dislocated from the Old Fort Craft Market which was razed by fire Sunday night. “In order to assist the vendors to be able to continue selling, we are working out, as we speak, a temporary relocation into the park ...

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Montego Bay Visitor Cleared of Ebola After Liberia Trip

The American man who arrived in Jamaica yesterday after traveling to Liberia has reportedly showed no symptoms of Ebola and has departed the island. Liberia is one of the worst-hit countries in the recent Ebola outbreak. The man and his wife arrived at the Sangster International Airport yesterday. “The couple is well and neither of them displayed any symptoms of ...

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Passenger From Liberia Visits Montego Bay

RJR News has been informed that a high level meeting is underway involving the Ministry of National Security and the Passport Immigration Citizenship Agency (PICA). Immigration officials at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay were briefed early today after a man who travelled to Liberia in the last ten days arrived there yesterday. The man is believed to be ...

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Big Guns & Ammunition Bust in Montego Bay

The Jamaica Customs Contraband Enforcement Team and the Jamaica Constabulary Force Trans-national Crimes and Narcotics Division have seized a major shipment of guns and ammunition at the Port Handlers warehouse in Montego Bay. Jamaica Customs says an electronic examination of a barrel showed something strange and so a more detail examination was conducted by the authorities. This resulted in the ...

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Fire at The Sangster International Airport

A fire in the electrical room of the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St. James, this afternoon caused an evacuation of passengers and a delay in flights. At about 1pm smoke was seen coming from the public departure area of the airport. Firefighters were called in and it was discovered that sprinklers had been triggered. Passengers were gathered outside ...

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MegaMart Celebrates it’s 15th-yr Anniversary

MegaMart Wholesale Club, which is this month celebrating its 15th anniversary, has planned a number of activities to say thank you to its customers, staff and well-wishers for their continued support. “It has been a challenging yet fulfilling road, providing 15 years of quality products and services to the Jamaican people and we look forward to even greater milestones,” said ...

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