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Jamaican jurist Margaret Ramsay-Hale has been appointed as Chief Justice of the Cayman Islands. In making the announcement, Governor Martyn Roper said the appointment will take effect on October 26. She is to replace Chief Justice Anthony Smellie,...

A Manchester man who was reportedly wanted for illegal possession of firearm and ammunition was held on Saturday, the police report. The police say the man, who is of a New Hall address, was arrested following a joint police-military operation...

Environment stakeholders in Negril, Westmoreland are currently working with representatives from the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) to get a distressed sperm whale back out to sea. The whale became beached near the Azul Beach...

Growing up on his father’s 650-acre coconut farm in Nutts River, St Thomas, Stephen Black thought he knew everything there was to know about coconuts, having learnt from his father, Michael, who is regarded across the globe as an expert. However,...

WASHINGTON, DC (AP) — A much-debated drug for Lou Gehrig's disease won US approval Thursday, a long-sought victory for patients that is likely to renew questions about the scientific rigor behind government reviews of experimental medicines. The...

SALVADOR, Brazil (AP): The vast blanket of white sand overlooking Salvador is a place to escape rumbling traffic, pinging phones and crying children. A space to find solitude and, increasingly, God. Evangelicals have been converging on the massive...

In these times of seeking external gratifications, yet being empty inside, many feel purposeless or boring at some point. We are habituated to ups and downs, instabilities, insecurities that life seems to be boring without those extremities. You...

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on the need for closer attention to be placed on mental-health issues. Many children are now acting up, with some having suicidal thoughts which leave their parents concerned, baffled and feeling out of their...

Rules are not just about discipline. Rules serve different purposes! When we push the notion of rules as teaching discipline, we feed the appetite for punitive approaches. Rules may also be teleological in function; specifically designed for a...

We have all kinds of beliefs regarding if and how God speaks to us. Yet the Bible is full of examples of God speaking to people in different ways. Sometimes we say our ‘mind told us to’ do something or not, or to go in a particular direction. Other...
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