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It can be served as a side dish or with dumplings as a hearty breakfast.
Read More KINGSTON, Jamaica — Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange today announced that Troy Primary School in Trelawny will be renamed in honour of one of Jamaica's greatest athletes, Veronica Campbell Brown.
Read More KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaica Scorpions’ batsmen were again found wanting as Leeward Islands Hurricanes dismissed the hosts for 197 in the first innings of the ninth-round regional four-day game at Sabina Park.
Read More WASHINGTON, United States (AFP) — President Donald Trump reportedly lashed out in a Thursday meeting with lawmakers about immigration reform, demanding to know why the US should accept citizens from what he called "s***hole" countries.
While it appears the call is coming from the US, be cautious with this Jamaican area code.
If you do not have friends, relatives, or business associates in Jamaica, there is probably a scammer on the other end of line.
“Anyone receiving an unexpected call from area code 876 should be on high alert,” said James Boffetti, New Hampshire senior assistant attorney general.
“There is a high likelihood that these calls are from scam artists.
He was shopping in his local supermarket in Penge, Bromley this afternoon when he noticed a whole shelf of the delicacy had been placed in security boxes - despite being reduced and only worth £3.80.
Speaking to Mail Online, he said: 'Whether it was an accident or intentional, this is corporate racism at its worst.'It's a metal can of produce that is very popular with a community that has huge issues with poor stereotypes permeated by bigoted old, white people.
An angry shopper has accused Sainsbury's of racism after he found £3.80 tins of Jamaican fruit security tagged in a south London store.
Toby Taylor, 31, said he bet the chain 'wouldn't tag hummus' and slammed it as 'corporate racism'.
PARIS, France (AFP) — Young women with the BRCA gene mutation that prompted actress Angelina Jolie's pre-emptive and much-publicised double mastectomy are not more likely to die after a breast cancer diagnosis, scientists said Friday....