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Jah Cure is not the father of ten-month-old child

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Jah Cure - file

Singer Jah Cure is now requesting privacy following DNA test results that revealed that he is not the father of a child as was previously claimed.

The singer yesterday released a statement after getting the results of the paternity test on Tuesday.

There has been ongoing controversy on the Internet surrounding the paternity of the child in question. Rumours have been circulating that Jah Cure was not the father early into the babymother's pregnancy and persisted up until recently.

Yesterday the reports continued when it was revealed that the test that the singer took confirmed that he was not the father of the ten-month-old girl. Rumours have also been circulating that the child's father could be another entertainer or person involved in the business.

Efforts to contact the mother were unsuccessful.

According to Jah Cure's release, he has been supporting the mother of the child throughout her pregnancy and when the child was born.

The release said, "now that the DNA test has been done and it has been shown that he is not the father, Jah Cure wishes to move on. The fact is that the most important individual in this whole affair is the child and the longer that this continues the more damage is being done to the child. Jah Cure will not now abandon the child but wishes that the media respect the privacy of the parties as the child is indeed innocent and did not contribute to the mistakes of the adults involved."

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Jamaica pursuing development of domestic air transportation

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Published on Monday, January 25, 2010

KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) -- Minister of Transport and Works, Michael Henry, says his ministry will re-engage the development of the domestic air transport sector, as a critical part of the multi-modal transport policy it is seeking to implement in Jamaica.

Minister of Transport and Works, on Mike Henry. -JIS photo-
Henry pointed to the Boscobel Aerodrome, in St Mary, as a case in point which, he says, will soon be the third international port of call within the Jamaican aviation network.

"It will be the third international port of entry into Jamaica, (and) it will be equipped with all the Immigration and Customs (facilities) that is necessary," he stated.

He added that the overall focus would be to create a network of airports, with a view to expanding communications.

He was addressing a joint function to mark the opening of MBJ Airports Limited's new domestic terminal at the Sangster International Airport, Montego Bay, and the launch of Jamaica Air Shuttle, a new domestic inter-island air service.

Henry stated that the airport development programme is just part of the multi-modal transportation policy of his ministry, which involves the development and connectivity of road, sea, rail and air transportation sectors.

He said that this will include the development of Vernamfield as an air cargo hub in southern Clarendon, plus the establishment of logistics centres.

"All this is being complemented by an international approach, to ensure that Jamaica moves from merely air service agreements and more into an open skies policy approach," he said.

He said that he will be taking an open skies policy document to cabinet, as soon as possible.

Henry also announced the formation of Jamaica Far East Cargo Limited, owned by investors from the Far East, which will be pursuing flights to Jamaica, shortly. He pointed out that the company needs no Government support or guarantees, and is fully registered.

The company will fit perfectly into the multi-modal transportation plans his ministry is pursuing, with respect to the transportation of cargo to, within and from Jamaica, Henry said.
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REDEMPTION IS 10

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Once upon a time there was a group of three DJs that had an idea and a vision. It was a vision to destigmatise "the reggae party." We felt there were many others like us that loved Reggae music as much as we do but had to convince club owners of Toronto that this could be a safe and fun party. It was the owner/manager of a small club named Granite Lounge that wasn't afraid and perhaps shared our vision of an event that not only celebrated the life of a visionary named Bob Marley but many others like Bob in this great genre of music called Reggae...thus the birth of Redempion. Redemption was and is the place where friends could redeem the euphoria of a "classic" reggae party. Not only with reggae classics but with also the elements of a typical reggae event as we would enjoy in the heat of the carribbean or in the basement of our parents' house.

The word spread like an uncontrolable wildfire. Finally there was something for us to cherish and enjoy. Something we loved so dearly in an enviroment that was safe. People knew that even though they had found something that answered their musical desires, it had to be cherished and almost kept as a best kept secret. Too many great events had come and gone in the blink of an eye. This best kept secret was definitely not to remain a secret though...the numbers grew exponentially and as Redemption outgrew venue after venue...it started to become risky to do the event and it got close to becoming the very thing we set out to not create. Funny enough...the very same venue owner that had faith of the event in the beginning shed some insite as well as opened some doors of the larger venues. Reluctanty, Redemption was accepted and to this day Redemption still holds the record for largest bar sales EVER! That was all the reason they needed to become believers themselves.

The love the three of us have had for Redemption has been expressed in the quality we have presented over the years. We constantly believe in making our fellow Redemption lovers happy and completely satisfied. We totally believe in giving something to people for their hard-earned dollar and people have recognized that over the years. Over the years there are many that have come to Redemption because it was/is the "IN" thing. Some of those people became die hard followers, some never come back because they realized we're a cult! A cult that comes through the doors, receives a CD, maybe get a towel, see a surprise guest artist, meet with an old friend they hadn't seen in years, get a T-shirt, dance all night to old and new reggae, get a poster/calander, and then get a rose on the way out. Why do we do all of this...It's because once again we VALUE your dollar! AS A MATTER OF FACT some may say in REDEMPTION YOU TRUST! Why? Because when we say we're bringing Buju Banton on a particular day...bet your bottom dollar he will be there. When we say there's is a big special guest...Wayne Wonder walks on the stage...or Cobra makes girls flex, or JC Lodge says how much we love you...or...actually you know what...I won't go on cause we could be here for another 10 years just describing to you our passion and what we've accomplished. The bottom line is, WE'VE ACCOMPLISHED 10 YEARS OF REDEMPTION...THE MOST SUCCESSFUL SERIES OF ALL TIME IN CANADA!

COME CELEBRATE THE MOST SUCCESSFUL SERIES OF ALL TIME, IN CANADA, REDEMPTION. COME CELEBRATE THE BIRTHDAY OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REGGAE ARTIST OF ALL TIME...On the weekend the most succesful artist of all time was born Bob Marley. FRIDAY FEBUARY 5TH is the TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF REDEMPTION, inside Sound Academy, with Lots of Surprise Guests which we will announce as time gets closer to the event. However please keep in mind with every announcement means the increase of the ticket price. So if in "Redemption You Trust" GET YOUR TICKETS WHEN THEY'RE RELEASED!

Play De Record - downtown (south central) 416-586-0380
Treasure Isle Records - uptown (north central) 416-787-7615
Nappy's - markham (north east) 905-948-0884
Broadway Fashions - scarborough (east) 416-283-6999
Mona's Roti - scarborough (east) 416-412-1200
Broadway Fashions - scarb town centre(east) 416-283-6999
Nicey's - scarborough/north york 416-497-9717
Essense Barber Shop - ajax 905-428-3264
2 Lined Music - (scarborough) 416-264-3999
Lloyd 1hr Photo- (etobicoke) 416-749-0433
Charlie's - mississauga SQ 1 (west) 905-896-3663
Broadway Fashions - mississauga SQ 1 (west) 905-848-4823
Majestic Salon - mississauga (west) NEW 905-268-1111
Nicey's - brampton 905-450-6045

Purchase Tickets Online NOW!

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SOLD OUT

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SORRY THIS ITEM IS

SOLD OUT!!!

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Welcome-01-25-10

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WE DON'T WAAAAAANT COME IN YUH BAND...should I even bother let you know the obvious like, everyone Palanced...down to Beyonce take a look courtesy meh boy Hypa Hoppa from VIP viewing. 
Should I let you know that FallOUT was the sexy chic fete for Trinidad Carnival Tuesday?  Should I let you know that Tribe Thursday was the biggest it has ever been?!?!
Or maybe you wanna hear about de Silent Morning Boat Ride where people were boarding a boat at the times they would normally be punching in at work...and that the cruise was off de chains?
Or maybe you you were at Eclipse when Hypa Hoppa and myself completely turn de fete around "that fete made a complete 360 when allyuh reach!!!"  Orrrr maybe you were at the fete all VIPs behave like WAJANGs and REALLY PALANCED to JW and Blaze...MAAADNESS!
Oh and YELLOW DEVILZ...wheeeey.  From 750 masqueraders in 2009 to 1100 masqueraders in 2010 strong!  I tell Hypa I know Yellow Devilz reach when I see the Fire Torch inna de air!  All down to de truck driver get confused when he see so much people...de man lead us down a dead end - really driver...really!?!?!?
Oh and doh talk about TRIBE Mon and Tues...oh wow...just lovely...LOVELY I SAY!  I hear a few people that went elsewhere already saying they coming back next year...hmmm...well good luck yes!
And lastly Unfinished Business finish off de Carnival niiiiice!
OH LOOOORSH DIS COUNTRY COLD YES!!!  

 

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