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Consul General R. Oliver Mair has stated that the Diaspora of the Southern USA, join all Jamaicans across the globe in mourning the death of former Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Edward Seaga, ON, who died today (May 28) on his 89th birthday, in South Florida.  At the time of his passing, Mr. Seaga was surrounded by his family.

ATLANTA, GA – The Jamaican Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta held its annual JamCham Awards Banquet in April at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center in Atlanta. Each year the event acknowledges and celebrates notable members who serve the community with distinction. This year, the event was sponsored by the Jamaica Tourist Board along with Panton Equity Partners, The Best Dressed Chicken, St. Regis, Metals & Materials Engineers (MME), Vertical Capital Advisors, Bak Foods, Chef Rob’s Caribbean Café & Upscale Lounge, Merrill Lynch, Stone Oak Lounge (Mortgage) and Sandals Resorts.

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania - Caribbean nationals in the United States are getting jittery over the prospects that Donald Trump is less than two years away from a possible second term as president.

LAUDERDALE  LAKES, Florida – The United States Department of Justice  late last month  said that the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida has entered a permanent injunction against Haitian nationals Guary Louima and Guy Telfort and their Tax Houses and Accounting Services, Inc., barring them from preparing U.S. federal tax returns for others and owning or operating a tax preparation business.

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