Western News

'Dolla' pledges support of hemp industry

MONTEGO BAY, St James —At least one Jamaican financial institution is pledging support for potential investors when Government establishes the industrial hemp industry. Read More

'Hard road to travel'
The Jamaica Observer West news team earlier this week responded to calls from scores of residents and motorists in the Trelawny Northern constituency to tour sections of the Martha Brae to Wakefield main road in the parish, which the residents claim...... Read More

'For cleaner communities'
The parish of Trelawny is to get the island's first garbage transfer station, which will be established at Lottery in the vicinity of Daniel Town at a cost of approximately $91 million.... Read More

CHAMPIONS
LLANDILO, Westmoreland — A third first-time qualifier is to play in next season's Western Confederation Super League after Delveland PYC won their first Westmoreland Football Association's Dujon Construction Major League title last week, beating Golden Touch FC 1-0 during extra...... Read More

Dark Chocolate goes burlesque

Thursday, June, 21 2018    

NEGRIL, Westmoreland — The sixth staging of Dark Chocolate unfolds tomorrow night at Bambooze Negril, where event promoter Neikesha Kozer is inviting patrons to come and “indulge in the fantasy world of burlesque”. Read More

Rankin Pumpkin, African Symbol tour Japan

Thursday, June, 21 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Japanese reggae performer, Rankin Pumpkin kicked off an extensive Japan/Asian tour, first stopping in Osaka, Japan, last Saturday night, just two days before an earthquake hit the city. Read More

Fontana gives strong support to Jamaica International Beauty Expo

Thursday, June, 21 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Fontana Pharmacy, one of Jamaica's leading suppliers of beauty and wellness products, is giving its full support to the inaugural staging of the Jamaica International Beauty Expo set for August 10 to 12 this year at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Rose... Read More

BAD WATER

Thursday, June, 21 2018    

LUCEA, Hanover - Fritz Francis, the acting deputy chief public health inspector for Hanover, has warned that his department could take legal action against the Hanover Municipal Corporation if it continues to supply untreated water to residents from several of the minor water supply... Read More

PHOTO: HOTEL EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

Thursday, June, 21 2018    

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Meet the beauties

Thursday, June, 21 2018    

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Hanover Charities to disburse $70 million to needy groups, individuals

Thursday, June, 21 2018    

ROUND HILL, Hanover — Following an extremely successful year of fund-raising, Hanover Charities will today disburse approximately $70 million to several organisations across Hanover, as well as more than 150 deserving students in the parish, during its annual awards and grant... Read More

St JFA U-15 finalists to be decided on Saturday

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, June, 21 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James - The finalists in the St James Football Association's Western Union Under -15 competition will be known on Saturday after the playing of the semi-finals at the UDC field in Montego Bay. Read More

Sport Diary - June 21-26

Thursday, June, 21 2018    

TODAY June 21Western Basketball Association EBLSav-Elite Titans vs Granville Jaguars- Cricket Club - 6:15 pm SATURDAY June 23St James FA Western Union Under -15 semis Read More

PHOTO: Hanover Festival Queen 2018

Thursday, June, 21 2018    

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Warriors seek third win in WBA Men's Div One

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, June, 21 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Montego Bay Boys Club Warriors are hoping to continue their rampage through the Western Basketball Association's Men's Division One on Sunday when they host Muschett Falcons at the Boys Club Courts in one of two double-headers set to be played in Montego... Read More



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