Melanie Rose Clarke, 28, who was shot dead in a taxi in Montego Bay in 2001 while travelling with her seven-year-old daughter Barbara Scott-Jones, 61, who was found half-naked in a septic tank in her holiday home in St James in 2008 Imani Green, eight, who was shot dead on a family holiday in 2013 in Duncans Delroy Walker, 63, who was stabbed to death in Rio Nuevo Resort in May 2018 Charlie and Gayle Anderson, 74 and 71, who were killed on June 22, 2018, in Hope Bay Who were Charlie and Gayle Anderson? The couple had retired to Jamaica to begin "the next chapter of their lives" when they were killed. … [Read more...] about Jamaica murder rate – how many killings have there been now and how dangerous is the Caribbean island?
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Pals of the couple, also known as Halford and Florence, told how the pair always wanted to return to Jamaica and saved all their lives to fund a dream eight-bedroom house in the upmarket Mount Pleasant district in Hope Bay, Portland, on the North East of the island. … [Read more...] about Who were Charlie and Gayle Anderson? British couple found murdered in Hope Bay, Jamaica
> Where to Stay: Serenity by the Beach This four-bedroom, four-bathroom villa (pictured) 20 minutes from Montego Bay airport comes complete with a butler, maid, security guard and cook to keep you comfortable and give you plenty of space to lounge. All four bedrooms look out over the saltwater sea and you’re steps from a virtually untouched white-sand beach. On site you’ll find a tennis court, basketball hoop, kayaks, a private pool and more. www.jamaicavillas.com/ … [Read more...] about Jamaica’s Cool Runnings
TWO highly controversial city developments will be the subject of a special planning meeting that is expected to attract 'unprecedented' numbers of objectors. Portsmouth council's planning team will debate proposed housing at the St James' Hospital and the Grade II-listed Kingston Prison sites in Milton next week. … [Read more...] about Huge crowds expected to hear fate of St James’ Hospital and Kingston Prison sites
PORTSMOUTH Harbour is all set to light the way for aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth when she comes home for Christmas on Monday – with a little help from the BAE Systems diving team. The 15 navigational aids, which stand up to 30 metres tall, clearly mark the deep water channel specially created to enable the carrier to safely navigate her way back to Portsmouth Naval Base. … [Read more...] about HMS Queen Elizabeth: Portsmouth harbour set to light up for aircraft carrier’s return