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SHOW OF FORCE

SENIOR Superintendent of Police Calvin Allen is urging road users to make safety a priority during the upcoming Yuletide season. He also promised to have more boots on the ground. Read More

Panton crowned king in Barbados
JAMAICAN rally driver Jeffrey Panton became the first overseas driver to win the Barbados Rally Club's (BRC) Championship driver's title in the BRC Winter Rally run from November 24 to 25.... Read More

Cops to question national cyclist
AN incident involving national cyclist Marloe Rodman has pushed the issue of motorcycling on public roads back in the spotlight.... Read More

Governor General offers encouragement to victims' families
Governor General Sir Patrick Allen offered words of encouragement to families and friends of road crash victims as Jamaica joined countries across the world to observe World Day of Remembrance (WDR) for Road Traffic Victims.... Read More

Subaru Legacy Outback: Lean Athleticism

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer daleyr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, December, 1 2017    

THE Subaru Legacy Outback is an adventure on wheels. Given the brand's long history in rally sport, it skilfully blends the comfort of a sedan into an SUV without the bulk. Call it lean athleticism. Read More

Ford Ranger Ltd: Tough and stylish

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Friday, November, 24 2017    

THE 2017 Ford Ranger Limited has its own unique personality: tough and stylish. Despite being between models — the workman-like XLT and the sporty Wildtrack — it knows how to balance work and play. Read More

$630M ROAD PROGRAMME BEGINS

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, November, 24 2017    

Plans for a $630-million drain-cleaning, bushing and road-patching programme by the Government was announced in Parliament on Tuesday by Prime Minister Andrew Holness. Read More

Double dose of karting Double dose of karting Karting

Friday, November, 24 2017    

KARTING fans will be treated to a double dose of action at Palisadoes International Raceway in Kingston this weekend. Read More

MoBay clean-up underway

BY ACEION CUNNINGHAM Observer reporter | Friday, November, 24 2017    

Clean-up efforts in Montego Bay are now on in earnest after the city was ravaged by flood waters on Tuesday. Read More

Superior bike sale

Friday, November, 24 2017    

Superior Bikes, the motorcycle arm of Superior Parts Limited, is again staging its annual 'Madness' bike, bike parts and accessories sale tomorrow and Sunday at its seven locations across the country. Read More

Angus still at the helm

Friday, November, 24 2017    

SHANE Angus was re-elected president of the Jamaica Classic Car Club (JCCC) at the club's annual general meeting (AGM) at the Jampro Business Auditorium in St Andrew last Sunday. His executive body also retained its post. Read More

JCF gets road safety hub

Friday, November, 24 2017    

THE capacity of the Traffic and Highway Division of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) has been bolstered with a new state-of -the-art Road Safety Management Facility and Community Resource Centre (Road Safety Hub) at 16 Elleston Road in Kingston. Read More

Ford F-150: For Work and Play

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer daleyr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, November, 17 2017    

It's not only the best-selling pickup in the United States, the Ford F-150 is the best-selling vehicle in the United States and Canada. And there's no secret to its success. Read More

PHOTO FINISH: Porsche on parade

Friday, November, 17 2017    

ATL Automotive Group officially unveiled its Porsche showroom in Bogue City, Montego Bay on Tuesday evening. Read More

MAN ON A MISSION

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, November, 17 2017    

NEWLY appointed managing director at ATL Automotive Mike Ellenthorpe is au fait with pushing boundaries and redefining limits. Read More



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