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Remember, rental companies are businesses always looking to make money (Atomic Taco, Flickr).
Because they cost so much for companies to buy and maintain, renting a car can be a dicey little game. Car rental companies, like every other business on the planet, are in the game to make money and, as a result, will try to pass on costs to the consumer -- especially when they are expensive costs like car…Continue
Darlene Armstrong could not walk or talk and measured just 3'10'' when she was taken to a Chicago hospital in March. Her mother, Rosetta Harris, pleaded guilty to endangering the life of a child. On November 17 social services received an anonymous emergency call that the girl was not being fed and had not seen a doctor in 'many years'.
A 16-year-old girl with cerebral palsy weighed only 23lbs and could not walk or talk when she…
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Ana Vargas, 40, was sitting in the train at 7.50am as it approached New York's Columbus Circle station when the terrifying rodent suddenly crawled up her leg. The hotel supervisor said she initially thought it was her trousers moving until she realised she was being attacked. Despite violently shaking her trousers, the large rodent still didn't drop out.
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: A woman was severely burned after being doused in gasoline and set on fire by her knife-wielding ex-boyfriend and father of her child, police said. The 40-year-old, who has not been named, suffered the horrific attack outside a 7-Eleven store in South Florida following a row with Roosevelt Mondesir, when they met so that she could pick up her son.
REDjet has declared insolvency a year after its inaugural flights in May 2011.
A day after dismissing its 94 workers, the Barbadian flag carrier REDjet announced on Friday it had applied for insolvency protection from creditors and had “no future in Barbados”, claiming its host government had failed to deliver on…Continue
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In 2012, 50 is a popular number. Both Jamaica and Trinidad, the two countries which have contributed the most to the 12-year-old pioneering event, Caribbean FashionWeek (CFW), are celebrating 50 years this year.
As of yesterday, Pulse…Continue
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FORMER Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke was sentenced to 23 years in a Manhattan Court a short while ago.
Coke pleaded guilty to racketeering and was slapped with the maximum sentence by Judge Robert P Patterson.
Coke waived his right to an extradition hearing in 2010 and was…
The Kardashian sisters Khloe, Kourtney and Kim appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Livetogether for the first time last night. The threesome talked about Kourtney's pregnancy, Kim's relationship with Kanye West, Bruce Jenner's Olympic experience and…Continue
US prosecutors have asked that the convicted fraudster Allen Stanford, described as a “ruthless predator” whose seven-billion-US-dollar Ponzi scheme was based in Antigua, be given the maximum penalty at his sentencing next week – 230 years in prison.…Continue
The government of Jamaica announced yesterday (June 6) that an agreement has been reached…
The Dancehall fraternity once again mourns the death of a relative for a prominent Dancehall artiste as the father of iconic deejay, Beenie Man has passed away.
Beenie’s Dad, more affectionately known as Bragga, died on Wednesday night at the University Hospital of the West Indies in Kingston while receiving treatment for an undisclosed…Continue
The shuttle Enterprise was damaged after colliding with a bridge in Jamaica Bay (the wing hitting the bridge is pictured inset) off the New York coast as it made its way to the Intrepid museum in Manhattan. The damage, which was apparently the result of 40mph winds, is believed to be only 'cosmetic', according to an expert who witnessed the crash, and has not affected the shuttle's interior.
When the space shuttle programme was in full swing, even the…