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John Holt is dead; Reggae singer dies in England

chatychaty.com: – Reggae singer, John Holt, is dead. Reports reaching chatychaty.com are that the reggae legend died Sunday night in England, where he had been sick for sometime. His manager, Copeland Forbes, has expressed his sorrow at John Holt”s passing. John “One Thousand Volts”  Holt is one of Jamaica’s preeminent singers, of the Rocksteady and [...]

Popular Mo Bay dancer, Madusa, dies in childbirth

Popular Montego Bay  female dancer ‘Madusa’ is dead. It has been confirmed that Madusa who was pregnant died shortly after giving birth to her baby on October 17 at the Cornwall Regional Hospital. Unconfirmed reports are that Madusa was also suffering from the dreadful Chikungunya virus at the time of her death. Madusa gained popularity with [...]

Billy Graham calls for prayer after declaring that the US ‘is just as wicked as Sodom and Gomorrah’

Reverend Billy Graham, arguably the most well-known and respected evangelical preacher of the last 50 years, said in a recently published commentary that America was “founded by men who believed in prayer” and that prayer can turn “the tide of history,” adding that while “America is just as wicked as Sodom and Gomorrah” and deserves [...]

Passenger who arrived in Jamaica after visiting Ebola-hit Liberia cleared to enter then detained at hotel

A high level meeting  involving the Ministry of National Security and the Passport Immigration Citizenship Agency (PICA) reportedly took place on Thursday after a man who travelled to Liberia in the last ten days arrived at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay on Wednesday. The man is believed to be an American who travelled to Liberia then [...]

Ebola nurse, Amber Vinson, says CDC told her it was ‘okay to fly’ with a low fever

A Dallas nurse who took a commercial flight from Cleveland hours before reporting symptoms of Ebola says that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention told her it was okay to fly. Amber Vinson helped treat Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian man who died in Dallas of the Ebola virus earlier this month. On Wednesday, the [...]

Health Minister Dr. Fenton Ferguson wants Chik V. Really? #HeWhoFeelsItKnows

Jamaica’s embattled Minister of Health, Dr. Fenton Ferguson, told Nationwide News on Tuesday evening that although he is taking every pre-cautionary measure, he would like to experience the dreaded Chikungunya Virus, to be better able to understand what the people are experincing. However, as soon as it was reported, socaial media has reacted unfavourably to [...]

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  • Five shot in drive-by on King Street, Mo Bay; three killed

    Five shot in drive-by on King Street, Mo Bay; three killed

    By Alan Lewin chatychaty.com: Police personnel were up to late this afternoon on the scene at King Street in Montego Bay, where five people were shot in a driveby, three of them fatally. According to reports reaching chatychaty.com,  a group of people were at a shop at the corner of King Street, when a car [...]

  • Madusa’s baby is dead

    Madusa’s baby is dead

    The baby for the late Madusa died this morning October 20 in the Cornwall Regional Hospital. Madusa died on Friday from complication after giving birth to the baby girl.

  • John Holt is dead; Reggae singer dies in England

    John Holt is dead; Reggae singer dies in England

    chatychaty.com: – Reggae singer, John Holt, is dead. Reports reaching chatychaty.com are that the reggae legend died Sunday night in England, where he had been sick for sometime. His manager, Copeland Forbes, has expressed his sorrow at John Holt”s passing. John “One Thousand Volts”  Holt is one of Jamaica’s preeminent singers, of the Rocksteady and [...]

  • Roman Catholic Cardinal Francis George compares forcing of sexual agenda to Sharia law

    Roman Catholic Cardinal Francis George compares forcing of sexual agenda to Sharia law

    LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) – Head of the Archdiocese of Chicago and former president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Cardinal Francis George has blasted the Obama administration and misguided allies of the homosexual equivalency movement which have enforced a “public creed” on Americans, compelling all to accept “gay marriage” and other “sexual [...]

  • Popular Mo Bay dancer, Madusa, dies in childbirth

    Popular Mo Bay dancer, Madusa, dies in childbirth

    Popular Montego Bay  female dancer ‘Madusa’ is dead. It has been confirmed that Madusa who was pregnant died shortly after giving birth to her baby on October 17 at the Cornwall Regional Hospital. Unconfirmed reports are that Madusa was also suffering from the dreadful Chikungunya virus at the time of her death. Madusa gained popularity with [...]

  • Irie Jam Radio’s Bobby Clarke weds Hollywood style in lush Pt. Antonio, Jamaica

    Irie Jam Radio’s Bobby Clarke weds Hollywood style in lush Pt. Antonio, Jamaica

    Port Antonio, JAMAICA: Bobby Clarke, founder and CEO of Irie Jam Radio, WVIP, 93.5 FM in New York and his long time partner Syntyche ‘Syn’ Dawkins tied the knot on Saturday, October 11, 2014 in a lavish, Hollywood style wedding on Jamaica’s mellow northeast coast of Port Antonio before over 150 family, friends and well [...]

  • Kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls to be freed

    Kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls to be freed

    A deal has been reached to secure the release of more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamic militants in Nigeria, the country’s military and president said today.  President Goodluck Jonathan’s Principal Secretary Hassan Tukur said an agreement to end hostilities with Boko Haram had been reached following talks. He said around 200 girls kidnapped six months [...]

  • Entertainment: Vinyl records making a comeback

    Entertainment: Vinyl records making a comeback

    Vinyl albums are on track to achieve their biggest sales for almost two decades, expected to pass the million mark by the end of the year. New figures compiled by the Official Charts Company show that almost 800,000 vinyl albums have been sold in the first nine months of this year, which has already outstripped [...]

  • Billy Graham calls for prayer after declaring that the US ‘is just as wicked as Sodom and Gomorrah’

    Billy Graham calls for prayer after declaring that the US ‘is just as wicked as Sodom and Gomorrah’

    Reverend Billy Graham, arguably the most well-known and respected evangelical preacher of the last 50 years, said in a recently published commentary that America was “founded by men who believed in prayer” and that prayer can turn “the tide of history,” adding that while “America is just as wicked as Sodom and Gomorrah” and deserves [...]

  • Vere Tech mourns as 2 teachers and a student die in 24-hours from Chikungunya-related complications

    Vere Tech mourns as 2 teachers and a student die in 24-hours from Chikungunya-related complications

     Vere Technical High School in Clarendon is in mourning the deaths of  two teachers and a student of   in the last 24 hours from complications related to the chikungunya virus. In a statement on Thursday  the Education Ministry said 5th form student Shamari Salesman,died on Wednesday from  complications due to an existing tumor in [...]

  • Passenger who arrived in Jamaica after visiting Ebola-hit Liberia cleared to enter then detained at hotel

    Passenger who arrived in Jamaica after visiting Ebola-hit Liberia cleared to enter then detained at hotel

    A high level meeting  involving the Ministry of National Security and the Passport Immigration Citizenship Agency (PICA) reportedly took place on Thursday after a man who travelled to Liberia in the last ten days arrived at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay on Wednesday. The man is believed to be an American who travelled to Liberia then [...]

  • Houston demands pastors turn over sermons dealing with homosexuality, gay agenda, lesbian mayor

    Houston demands pastors turn over sermons dealing with homosexuality, gay agenda, lesbian mayor

    By Todd Starnes Published October 14, 2014 FoxNews.com The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court. “The city’s subpoena of sermons and [...]

  • How Houston Attorneys Are Reinforcing Homophobia By Infringing on Religious Liberties

    How Houston Attorneys Are Reinforcing Homophobia By Infringing on Religious Liberties

    Yesterday, reports began to surface out of Houston, Texas that the attorneys of the city have subpoenaed pastors who have been vocally opposed to the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance. The subpoenas request that the a select group of Houston area Pastors turn over “all speeches, presentations, or sermons related to HERO, the Petition, Mayor Annise [...]

  • St. Lucia bars travellers from Ebola-afflicted countries

    St. Lucia bars travellers from Ebola-afflicted countries

    KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — St. Lucia Prime Minister Kenny Anthony issued an order Wednesday to immediately bar entry to travelers coming from three West African nations overwhelmed with Ebola epidemics. PM Anthony said all visitors from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone were prohibited from entering the country until the Ebola outbreak is brought under control, saying [...]

  • US Ebola air scare: CDC tracks down all 132 passengers aboard Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 on Monday

    US Ebola air scare: CDC tracks down all 132 passengers aboard Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 on Monday

    Amber Jay Vinson, the second nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola, had a lo-grade fever and boarded a flight from Cleveland, Ohio, to Dallas, anyway –  just hours before she was hospitalized with the deadly disease. Now, CDC officials are trying to track down all 132 passengers who were aboard Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 on [...]

  • Ebola nurse, Amber Vinson, says CDC told her it was ‘okay to fly’ with a low fever

    Ebola nurse, Amber Vinson, says CDC told her it was ‘okay to fly’ with a low fever

    A Dallas nurse who took a commercial flight from Cleveland hours before reporting symptoms of Ebola says that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention told her it was okay to fly. Amber Vinson helped treat Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian man who died in Dallas of the Ebola virus earlier this month. On Wednesday, the [...]

  • Second Dallas nurse with Ebola was on Frontier Airlines Flight 1143

    Second Dallas nurse with Ebola was on Frontier Airlines Flight 1143

    DALLAS – A second nurse who treated Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan has been diagnosed with the deadly disease a day after flying from Ohio to Texas, officials said. The nurse, identifed by her family as Amber Joy Vinson, 29, reported a fever on Tuesday and was immediately isolated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, officials [...]

  • A second health care worker tests positive for Ebola in Dallas, Texas

    A second health care worker tests positive for Ebola in Dallas, Texas

    DALLAS – A second Texas health care worker who treated Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan has become infected with the deadly disease, health officials announced early Wednesday. The female hospital staffer reported a fever on Tuesday and was immediately isolated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, officials said. A bleary-eyed Dr. Daniel Varga, the hospital’s chief [...]

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