TWO KILLED.....Illegal firearms recovered

No. 118 Monday, July 19, 2010
Two men were shot and killed in Lilliput during a daring gun battle with the police on Thursday. They remained unidentified up to press time.

A teaching prodigy in the making

No. 118 Monday, July 19, 2010
By Okoye Henry
The announcement of this year's Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) exam results has seen successful placements of many students to traditional high schools in western Jamaica as well as in other parts of the island. To achieve such success, students often dedicate their time and energy to work, re­search and study hard in this endeavour.

Ex-soldier among two killed in Trelawny

No. 118 Monday, July 19, 2010
By Shamir Brown
Two men, including a Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) ex-soldier, were killed by a group of men in the Mahogany Hall community in Trelawny.

[Opinions]:::Respect the uniform!

No. 118 Monday, July 19, 2010
Where has the pride gone? Long gone, it seems, are the days when policemen were figures of respect and individuals who were esteemed. They were seen as the upstanding men of class, properly groomed, well dressed, well mannered and well behaved.

[OPINIONS]:::Congratulations...Radio Jamaica and re-diffusion

No. 118 Monday, July 19, 2010
By Jontf714023 (at) yahoo (dot) com
I do hope Radio Jamaica and Re-diffusion has not become so sophisticated that the Company has forgot­ten its roots. I made two calls last week trying to get to a senior or some such per­son whom I suppose would be interested in the musical part [beginnings] of the now large conglomerate's history.

[OPINIONS]:::Christie slaps down St. James Parish Council

No. 118 Monday, July 19, 2010
By Anthony Barrett
Two events which occurred this week are indicative of the dire straits the JLP finds itself in; firstly, when it was thought that some of the sting from former Commissioner Hardley Lewin's calamitous accusation had subsided that darn Manatt, Phelps and Phillips issue has again been thrust in the limelight.

'Chiney eye' .....Remains Conscious

No. 118 Monday, July 19, 2010
The rise of deejay 'Chiney Eye' in the beginning of the nineties in Montego Bay, Jamaica was a militant one which drew eye­brow-raising responses from the general audience.

Lucea Fire Station Receives Donation

No. 118 Monday, July 19, 2010
By Chris Bodden
The Lucea Fire Station is the proud recipient of six computers and a digital projector through the kind courtesy of the Bank of Nova Scotia and the Grand Palladium Hotel respectively.

[ENTERTAINMENT]:::Bonafide to open Saturday Night

No. 118 Monday, July 19, 2010
By Joel Lawson
"We are going to give them a very special performance on Saturday night!" declared Junior Roots (Donovan Stevens) the leader of the Las Vegas-based reggae band called Bonafide.