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Last updated: 2014-10-23 09:41:17

Lawsuit against Bunting before Judicial Review Court today
Lawyers representing Curacaoan, Shureny Quant, are to continue their submissions before the Judicial Review Court today in the lawsuit seeking exemplary damages against the Jamaica government.

Negative comments about T&T's president's wife ending legally
Lawyers representing Trinidadian President, Anthony Carmona, have issued a letter seeking to bar local talk show host and comedienne, Rachael Price, from speaking negatively about the attire of ...

Obama optimistic about Ebola situation in US
President Barack Obama has expressed cautious optimism about the Ebola situation in the US, as new screening rules are introduced in the country.

CRICKET: ICC says it canít intervene in India, WI Board dispute
The International Cricket Council (ICC) says it does not have the power to intervene in the current dispute between the Board of Control for Cricket in India and the West Indies Cricket Board unless it is asked to do so.

CRICKET: Ottis Gibson says senior WI players lack commitment
Former West Indies coach Ottis Gibson has blamed the lack of commitment from senior players as the reason why the Caribbean side failed to perform consistently.

UPDATE: Residents say long-time feud behind deadly Rockfort attack
Those killed have been identified as 23-year-old labourer Abayonie Strachan of Jarrett Lane, Locksley Brown otherwise called 'Tata' and Terrence Dixon, alias 'Fidel'.

Eight shot, three killed in Rockfort attack
The motive for the shooting is not clear, however, a large contingent of cops have flooded the area.

SERHA introduces measures to cut delays at Spanish Town hospital
SERHA Board Chairman, Dr Andrei Cooke, said 14 nurses have been assigned to the Accident and Emergency Department to care for patients who are waiting to be admitted to a ward...

Samuels: I did not support abandoning Indian tour
"(For) most of those meetings I was in my room ordering room services or on Skype talking with my kids as I had no time for those meetings and talking.

Gas prices down $1.24 tomorrow
A litre of E10-87 gasolene is to sell for $113.55, while E10-90 is to sell for $115.20 per litre.

CRICKET: WICB fired me, says former coach Gibson
Former West Indies coach Ottis Gibson, speaking for the first time since the sudden development, dismissed the WICB statement that they mutually agreed to end their association.

FOOTBALL: Young Reggae Boyz, Guadeloupe face off in World Cup qualifiers
Jamaicaís young Reggae Boys will play Guadeloupe in their second match of the CFU Final Round World Cup qualifiers in Haiti today.

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