I don't remember if the Judge told squatters to leave, but years later I need them to go HELP!
I took someone to Sutton Street Court in Jamaica around 1996 to 'determine boundaries'. I really do not remember what the Judge ordered. I need to get a copy of that file because the people I wanted to remove from my side of the land are now building bigger houses. They insist on annoying me with their loud music to force me to move. It is my land and I need them off so can you assist me in doing something to teach them a lesson.
What Legacy Will Bill Cosby Leave Us?
There are so many angles to the Bill Cosby 'holy crapola batman' situation. Personally, I’ve started to think that there is more than enough to demand a public 'grand jury' on his moral standing. I never invested much in previous stories but one would be foolish to try to avoid the weight of numbers over the time. Not that I’m saying that I believe that he did what he is accused of doing, but I’m now inclined that way.
Hard Luck - Short story; adopted from the book The ORIGINAL JAMAICAN Patois
Rudolph was twenty-one, and still a virgin. There were two reasons for this; one, he was so ugly that no girl in his home town wanted to be seen with him, much more to sleep with him. Two; he could not afford to pay the prostitutes even though he offered them more than what he thought was the going rate. He read the newspaper column for ‘Pen-pals Wanted’,
picked out some names and addresses, and wrote to a number of girls all over the island.
Listen to the Podcast of the Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Summary for the week ending November 21st, 2014
This is a Podcast of the Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Summary for the week ending November 21st, 2014. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/news
JAMAICAN NEWS: November 15th - 21st, 2014
Police in Jamaica Trained to Reduce Use of Lethal Force | Holness Wants Chance to Be Prime Minister | Narcotics Police Find 500 Pounds of Marijuana, Arrest Seven People | Bob Marley to Be Face of Marijuana Brand | Jamaica Wants a Fair Climate Treaty | Nurse Attacked at Hospital in Mandeville | Bartlett Questions Tourism Project | Miller Not Told about Purchase of Outameni Site by NHT
JAMAICAN DIASPORA NEWS: November 15th - 21st, 2014
Scholarship for Jamaicans Launched at UK University | Move of Justice Mangatal to Caymans Disappoints Panton | Robinson Elected to ICJ | Author in New York Publishes Book about Jamaican Women | Jamaican Nurses Sought for New Long-term Care Center in Canada | Jamaican Man Charged with Murder in U.S. To Be Deported | United Kingdom Diaspora Donates Thermometers to Ebola Efforts | Bob Marley's Son to Appear at the Apollo in New York
CARIBBEAN NEWS: November 15th - 21st, 2014
Haiti Defeats Martinique at Carribean Cup | Mayor of New York Signs Bill to Limit Caribbean Immigrant Deportations | Haiti, Cuba, Dominican Republic Sign Environmental Agreement | Large Caribbean Rodents Domesticated by Cubans | Sprint Double Claimed by Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace | Tourism Boards Responsible for Managing Visitor Experience
JAMAICA ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: November 15th - 21st, 2014
Film by Minnesotan Honors Jamaican SKA | Third Ananse Storytelling Festival Attracts International Participants | Jamaican Film Commission Calling for Films for 2015 Festival | Mr. Las Vegas Urges Jamaicans to Support Anita on "The Voice"
JAMAICA BUSINESS NEWS: November 15th - 21st, 2014
Government to Monitor Proposed Columbus International Acquisition | Entrepreneurship Week Scheduled by JBDC | International Cannabidol Specialist Joins Jamaican Firm | Government Wants Idb to Aid with Construction of Abbatoirs
JAMAICA SPORTS NEWS: November 15th - 21st, 2014
Jamaican Women's Bobsled Team Competes | Jamaicans' Knee Symmetry Makes Them Great Sprinters | Jamaica Wins Sixth Caribbean Cup Title | Jamaicans Had "One Goal" in Caribbean Cup
Win 2 Tickets to the 2-day ONE Caribbean Music Festival on December 13th & 14th, 2014 in South Florida
Win a pair of tickets to the 2-day ONE Caribbean Music Festival on December 13th & 14th, 2014 at Central Broward Regional Park, Fort Lauderdale. There will be performances by Sean Paul, Maxi Priest, Nestor Torres, Marcia Griffiths, Richie Stephens, Peter Lloyd and more...Enter Now
This Week's Top 3 Best Jamaica Instagram Photos - November 20th, 2014
Check out this week's best photos of Jamaica and Jamaican culture on Instagram. Our favorites this week include images from Negril, Tryall and Red Hills, Kingston, Jamaica
. If you would like your photo featured on our site tag your shots with the hashtag #jamaicansphotos and follow us @jamaicans_com
Culture, Food, Music and Entertainment Trumps Weather at the Jamaican Jerk Festival South Florida 2014
Over 8,000 people came out to the Jamaican Jerk Festival 2014 at Markham Park in Sunrise Florida on Sunday November 9th, 2014. The drizzling rain and cool air could not overpower the smell of Jerk-seasoned pork and chicken that filled the air from the food vendors at the 12-hour event. The rain did not stop the music and vibrant colors of the Caribbean at the 13th Annual Jamaican Jerk Festival. Two stages with Caribbean and Jamaican folk performances provided cultural entertainment for attendees throughout the day.
New Blog Posts on the Fe We likkle soapbox..De Jamaicans.com Blog
This week's topics in the Fe We likkle soapbox..De Jamaicans.com
blog: Is Bob Marley Pot (Ganja) coming to a store near you? Will Bob Marley be the first global brand of marijuana? | Jamaica named as the best Caribbean country to start a business in World Bank’s annual Doing Business report. See where other Caribbean countries rank | See how 10 Female Lionfish released in South Florida in 1985 into a large population in the Caribbean | CNN VIDEO Preview: This Sunday Watch Anthony Bourdain’s “The side of Jamaica you never get to see” on CNN – November 15th, 2014 | Jamaican Anita Antoinette Makes the Top 12 on NBC The Voice... Check it out & feel free to leave your comments.
New Blog Posts on the George's Blog
This week's topics in the George's
blog: Jamaica “Unknown” | Lighting a Candle | The Springsteen Paradox | The Immigration Dilemma | The Threat to Medicare…Check it out & feel free to leave your comments.
Jamaica Trip Report: Day 3 and 4 – Dunn's River, Emerson Paradise, Ocho Rios, Spring Garden Café, Discovery Bay
We were visiting Dunn’s River on a Saturday when it was packed with tourists and different church groups. I climbed the falls 3 times that day. The water was cold but not as cold as Reach falls.
VIDEO: See What Happens When A Jamaican Grandfather “Drops” Legs to Ska – Amazing Dance Moves
Do you think you have dance moves? Do you think you are too old to be dancing? See what happens when a Jamaican Grandfather “Drops” legs to Jamaican Ska music. He has some amazing dance moves
Roast Jerk Fish - Jamaican Recipes
Jamaican Roast Jerk Fish is one of the most delicious and simple ways to cook fish. The cavity of the fish is stuffed with seasonings, including Jamaican Jerk sauce to concentrate the flavors inside. The fish meat is tender and juicy. You can serve Roast Jerk Fish with your favorite Jamaican sides dishes, but it is so good it will go with just about anything
My bro is evicting my other bro from our dad's land in Jamaica... HELP!
My brother in Jamaica and another brother received power to be administrators on my dead father's property in England.
One of the brothers obtained an order to evict the other brother from the same property in a matter at Sutton Street court, although the other brother who is to be evicted was not in court when the judge ruled.
I need assistance because my father had four children and we can't understand whats happening between these two brothers. Please assist.
Apollo Slates One Love! Bob Marley Tribute Concert
One year before the untimely May 11, 1981 passing of reggae superstar Bob Marley, on Sept. 19, 1980 the Rastafarian musician opened for the first of a two-night concert with rhythm & blues legends The Commodores at Madison Square Garden and many of his fans have not stopped talking about what transpired that evening.
Godmother and Enid. - Short story; adopted from the book The ORIGINAL JAMAICAN Patois
For nearly a century, from the late eighteen nineties to the early nineteen seventies, Jamaica enjoyed unprecedented growth compared to the other West Indian countries. The capital, Kingston was a melting pot. People from all over the world were taking up residences there. Along with the island’s lovely climate, cost of living was very low and many of the new residents enjoyed the island hop to Cuba for fanfare and gambling. The island’s people fared well, because of the need for added housing and other amenities, especially in Kingston where there was plenty of employment.
Photos From The 13th annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival 2014 , Sunrise, Florida - November 9th, 2014
Sunrise Florida was the place to be on Sunday, November 9, 2014 as it was the location of the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival. Fans were treated to great food, fun and entertainment. The Festival featured: Food Court featuring a variety of Jerk offerings; Publix Jerk Cook-Off Pavilion, with Jerk cooking demonstrations by renowned chefs; Grace Kitchen featuring Chef Mazie Miller. One Main Stage featuring international acts including Inner Circle, Luciano, Tarrus Riley, Duane Stephenson, Tydal, Code Red Band and Chris “Johnny” Daley, two Cultural Stages, Arts & Crafts vendors, Corporate Circle featuring sampling and giveaways; Party Pavilion, Kidz Fun Zone, Domino Tournament & Netball matches.
Listen to the Podcast of the Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Summary for the week ending November 14th, 2014
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Jamaican Jokes: Country Baby Fadah (Father)
A young Jamaican father-to-be living dung inna country awakened the village doctor in the middle of the night saying "Docta! Docta! Come fas! A mi wife sah! Ar water bruk an shi bout fi av di pikni!"....
JAMAICAN NEWS: November 8th - 14th, 2014
Manley Daughter Critical of Outameni Purchase | Only Four Police Divisions Checked since Bunting Audit | South Africa to Help Hope Zoo | Harrison Wants Jamaicans to Inform on Killers of Children | National Housing Trust to Spend More to Acquire Outameni | Burial Space Running Short in Jamaica | Government Sells Lands to Florida-based Firm | Better Caribbean Strategy on Climate Change Urged
JAMAICAN DIASPORA NEWS: November 8th - 14th, 2014
Chong to Receive Caribbean Leadership Award | Jamaican Author Presents One-man Play to Sold-Out Audiences | Rain Fails to Dampen Spirits at Jamaican Jerk Festival | Jamaican Man Held on Robbery Charges Freed in New York | South Africa, Jamaica Bond over Common Problems | Jampro Builds Relationships with Investors at New York Conference | Bartlett Appeals Again for Government to Help Pilot in Qatar Prison | John Holt Tribute Scheduled for "Genuine Gold" Event
CARIBBEAN NEWS: November 8th - 14th, 2014
Nine Dead in Caribbean Plane Crash | Brixton Unveils African and Caribbean War Memorial | Exodus of Caribbean, Latin American Populations Noted | Caribbean Culture Enrichment Website Launched | Russian Military Plans Set to Patrol Caribbean Region | Caribbean Ministers to Hold Meetings in Japan
JAMAICA ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: November 8th - 14th, 2014
Premier of "Jamaican Mafia" Set for December 2014 | Uprising Roots Band to Release Album in 2015 | Williamson to Perform for Parish Foundation | Spanish Town Gets New Film Festival
JAMAICA BUSINESS NEWS: November 8th - 14th, 2014
Government Issues Warning to Sugar Growers | Jamaica to Increase Banana Exports to United Kingdom | Jamaican Signs Agreement with British Firm for Oil, Gas Exploration | Mobile Business Clinic Launches
JAMAICA SPORTS NEWS: November 8th - 14th, 2014
Sunshine Girls Beat England Fives | Jamaica Rules Samuels Ineligible | Reggae Boyz Play to Draw in Caribbean Cup | Ramdin Retains Job, Eight Players Named to West Indies Team
Top 20 Jamaican Double-Up Words
The Jamaican language has evolved over time but the way we use words to convey emphasis has remained pretty much unchanged. Take for example the tendency to double up with words like ‘chacka chacka’ or ‘nyami nyami’. To the outsider, the repetition may seem redundant, but for the Jamaican speaker there’s no better way to express the point being communicated. Here are the top 20 words Jamaicans ‘double up’.
This Week's Top 3 Best Jamaica Instagram Photos - November 13th, 2014
Check out this week's best photos of Jamaica and Jamaican culture on Instagram. Our favorites this week include images from Beautiful sunset in Kingston, Rose Hall Great House and a trident castle in Port Antonio, Jamaica. If you would like your photo featured on our site tag your shots with the hashtag #jamaicansphotos and follow us @jamaicans_com