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freddie-mcgregor-photo-3.jpgLegendary Reggae singer, Freddie McGregor, who recently added another award to his collection, when he picked up an IRAWMA globe on Saturday night, is set to stage the Big Ship Music Fest in Port Charlotte, Florida on July 6.

According to the man who is acknowledged as a "Winner", that area of Florida does not get serviced by reggae acts and his research has shown that, given the demographic, there is a large market ready to appreciate the music.

"We were looking at something for mid-year and when we looked at Port Charlotte, we realised that it was originally a farmworker community and had quite a large Caribbean community, so it was just the right spot," he told the Jamaica Observer. "The venue, The Port Charlotte County Fair Grounds, is quite a landmark. It is central and easy to find so that made it the best choice. Everybody is excited about this kind of show coming to the area. Some are seeing it as their Sumfest as not many shows of this kind come to the area."

The Big Ship Music Fest will be headlined by McGregor and features Marcia Griffiths, Admiral Tibet, Everton Blender, Hopeton Lindo, Chino McGregor, Glen Washington and Perfect.

"It was an easy pick for this line-up. South Florida loves a female artiste, so I realised it was either Sister Marcia Griffiths or Etana. Sister Marcia was available and so we just went for her, then the others just fell into place," McGregor explained. "There will also be three big, band 'sounds' -- Earthquake, Legend and Felix -- to keep patrons entertained throughout. We are looking to have a really nice atmosphere where people can come out and just chill and enjoy themselves."

No stranger to promoting events, McGregor staged the Long Beach Reggae Music Jerk and Food Festival in California in 2014. Prior to that, he did Rocksteady Meets Reggae and Dancehall at the Jamalco Sports Club in Halse Hall, Clarendon in 2009.

"It is just something that I really love to do. Being in the music industry, I get something out of trying my hand at staging a show, the way it can be done and the way it should be done, I really just love being on the other side of this business," McGregor said.

krystal-tomlinson.jpgPresident of the People's National Party Youth Organisation (PNPYO), Krystal Tomlinson - who is also the mother of a child for entertainer, Beenie Man - has offered an apology of sorts for having likened Prime Minister Andrew Holness to Nazi Germany's Adolf Hitler in a series of Twitter posts on Wednesday.

In her opening tweet, Tomlinson said: "Holness' track record suggests that he is a prime minister who has scant regard for the court, the constitution and the separation of powers doctrine. Reminds me of Adolph Hitler and his approach to designing a 'New' Germany. Just be a big man and admit you were wrong, Mr Holness."

The tweet suggested that Tomlinson was referring, in particular, to the Constitutional Court's striking down in April of the controversial National Identification and Registration (NIDS) law, after deeming it to be in breach of the constitutional rights of Jamaicans.

Twitter user - 'IslandNeophyte' - responded by warning Tomlinson that she should "delete that tweet before you are called to make a public apology to the prime minister and your country."

Another user pointed to the fact that Tomlinson had spelled Hitler's first name incorrectly ('Adolph' instead of 'Adolf') as a reasonable basis to conclude that she really did not know of the man's history and what she was actually delving into in making the comparison.

While she did not directly apologise to Holness, Tomlinson expressed regret for having made the comparison. "On Wednesday, May 15, I made a tweet which drew a comparison between the constitutional violations of the Andrew Holness-led team of public servants and those of Adolf Hitler. ......I recognised that this comparison has caused great discomfiture to persons across the spectrum - from those with political interests to those who are casual observers of the governance process in this country."

"In my experience as a student of political science and communications, I accept that comparative analyses lose their effect when the audience is too disturbed by the reference to consider the possible merits of an argument.

"I would like to put on record my unequivocal apology for any offence that may have been taken to the tweet, and for conjuring up any painful images of the result of the Hitler regime, which concluded with devastating genocide, second only to what my family endured during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. It was not my intent."

The PNPYO president has, however, pledged to continue to express her perceptions of Holness' patterns of leadership of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) and the Government without any further reference to the Nazi leader.

Jamaica-born Queen's Counsel, Vincent Nelson, is due to appear in court on June 4, after he failed to appear on Thursday in the case against former attorney general Anand Ramlogan and former United National Congress (UNC) legislator, Gerald Ramdeen.

Nelson was earlier this month granted TT$100,000 (One TT dollar=US$0.16 cents) bail on corruption conspiracy charges in connection with a series of financial transactions involving legal fees during the 2010-15 period of the UNC-led People's Partnership government.

Nelson was due to appear before Justice Malcom Holdip in the High Court here Thursday, but when the matter was called, the Court was informed that the London-based attorney was not present.

The Court was told that because of the late announcement regarding the date for the hearing, Nelson was unable to return to Trinidad in time for the proceedings.

Nelson is alleged to have conspired with Ramlogan and Ramdeen to receive, conceal and transfer criminal property given to Ramlogan by Nelson as the lawyer in various matters for the State.

It is also alleged that he conspired with Ramlogan and Ramdeen for the former to misbehave in public office with Ramlogan accepting rewards from Nelson and conspired to corruptly give Ramlogan rewards as Attorney General.

On May 2, the 61-year-old Nelson accepted a plea deal and pleaded guilty before Chief Magistrate Maria Busby Earle-Caddle and agreed to be the state's main witness in its case against Ramlogan and Ramdeen under the Criminal Procedure Act.

The matter was transferred to the High Court in 14 days, in keeping with provisions of the Act.

At the magistrate's court, Nelson's attorney Tom Allen QC, had earlier argued that bail for his client was part of the agreement with the prosecution that he be granted his own bail and no restrictions placed on him to leave the country.

Allen submitted that Nelson, since October 2017, had been fully cooperating with the prosecution at an "unprecedented level" and has given several witness statements knowing full well he has incriminated himself, despite risks to himself.

Allen said Nelson was the key prosecution witness and was "safer out of this jurisdiction.

Ramlogan and Ramdeen have been released on a total of TT$2.7 million and will re-appear in court on June 28.

They have been charged with conspiracy to contravene Section 3 of the Prevention of Corruption Act; conspiracy to contravene Section 45 of the Proceeds of Crime Act and conspiracy to misbehave in public office between October 1, 2010 to September 9, 2015.

marlon-standing-next-to-edward-seaga.jpgFormer Prime Minister Edward Seaga is reportedly in good spirits as he battles the physical effects of a serious illness and receives treatment at a hospital in Miami, Florida.

On Wednesday Prime Minister Andrew Holness, who flew to the United States to visit the former prime minister on Wednesday, reported that Seaga, who headed the Government of Jamaica from 1980 to 1989, is under close medical supervision by a team of doctors, including Jamaican specialists and nurses, and is surrounded by his family.

"Mr Seaga, who will be 89 at the end of May (May 28), is in positive spirits. I assured our former prime minister that Jamaica is in a good place and that our economic recovery is being carefully managed to ensure social equity and prosperity for the working-class masses of the Jamaican people.

"I also passed on to him the many expressions of concern, love, prayers and good wishes for him from the Jamaican people and from his former constituency of West Kingston," said Holness.

He added that, among many other national and personal matters about which they spoke, Seaga enquired about football, which became a passion for him in later life.

"Minister Olivia Grange, who was also with me, updated him and it generated a light moment where we all smiled and laughed.

"At the end of the visit, we all held hands and prayed with Mr Seaga for his improvement. He thanked us for lifting his spirit by visiting him and expressed his deep gratitude and love for the Jamaican people, whom he served all his life," said Holness.

Seaga holds the record as Jamaica's longest serving member of parliament, having represented Kingston Western for almost 43 years, from 1962 until he retired in 2005.

He served as leader of the Opposition from 1974 to 1980, and again from 1989 until January 2005.

arrested.jpgA teenage boy is currently in police custody following an armed robbery in Burnside Valley in Red Hills, St AndrewThursday.

According to police reports, lawmen were patrolling the area about 9:40 pm, when they were notified that a business place was being robbed.

The responding officers said on their arrival, the suspects ran, leaving behind a .40 Smith and Wesson pistol and eight .40 cartridges.

The weapon was found after an extensive search of the area. The teen, whose identity cannot be disclosed because he is a minor, was subsequently arrested.

The police did not disclose what items were stolen from the business place.

Investigations continue.

Two women, one of British descent, were held by the Narcotics police following a cocaine seizure at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St James on Wednesday.

According to the police, both women arrived at the airport about 12:30 pm to board a flight to Birmingham, England.

However, during routine baggage checks, packages containing more than 2.8 kilograms of cocaine were found hidden in a compartment of their luggage. The drug is estimated to be worth $5 million on the street.

The police are withholding the names of the two women pending further investigations.held.jpg