• PM commits to restoring the country’s faith in government

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness has committed to restoring the country’s faith in government. He was speaking at the official opening of the
  • 6 persons arrested in drug bust

    Six persons were arrested by the Narcotics Police between Monday and Tuesday, following the seizure of more than 5 million dollars worth of illegal drugs
  • All products supplied by Petrojam to see big price increases

    All products supplied by Petrojam are to see big price increases as of tomorrow (October 17). The price of a litre of 87 and 90 Gasoline will move up by
  • Senate approves extension of SOE in five parishes

    The Senate has approved the extension of the States of Public Emergency in the southern parishes of St. Catherine and Clarendon, and in the western
  • Romeich warns against scammers

    Entertainment manager Romeich Major sole proprietor of Romeich Entertainment has distanced himself from a fake page on social networking site Facebook. In
  • Government signs agreement to build 1,650 homes in St. Catherine

    A joint venture agreement involving the China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC), the Housing Authority of Jamaica (HAJ) and the Ministry of Housing, was
  • St. James, Hanover and Westmoreland see 35% reduction in murders under SOE

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness is reporting that there has been a 35% reduction in murders across St. James, Hanover, and Westmoreland, for the period of
  • Country’s leaders to stage summit on crime management

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness, the leader of the Opposition and several civil society stakeholders will meet on Thursday to address concerns relating to
  • Christopher Martin and D Major support Breast Cancer Awareness

    Entertainers Christopher Martin and D Major are lending their voices to raise awareness for Breast Cancer. In a series of video campaigns for Breast Cancer
  • Gov’t taking natural disaster preparation very seriously

    Prime Minister, Andrew Holness says, the government is taking very seriously, the preparation for natural disasters. Mr. Holness notes that, each year, the
  • Police probing theft of five week old baby in St. Andrew

    The police are continuing their search for a five week old baby boy who was allegedly stolen from his teenaged mother, along Rousseau Road in St. Andrew,

Labour and Social Security Minister, Shahine Robinson hospitalized

by October 18th, 2019
Labour and Social Security Minister, Shahine Robinson hospitalized
Labour and Social Security Minister, Shahine Robinson, has been admitted to hospital. There is no official word as to the circumstances

MP to file lawsuit against Windalco, following overflow of effluent in Rio Cobre

by October 18th, 2019
MP to file lawsuit against Windalco, following overflow of effluent in Rio Cobre
Member of Parliament for North Central St. Catherine, Natalie Neita, is moving to file a law suit against bauxite firm– West

Oracabessa Foundation and Oracabessa Fishers Association officially opens Dive Shop

by October 18th, 2019
Oracabessa Foundation and Oracabessa Fishers Association officially opens Dive Shop
The Oracabessa Foundation and Oracabessa Fishers Association today joined forces to officially open the dive shop at James Bond Beach

WI lead selector Roger Harper backs Darren Bravo

by October 18th, 2019
WI lead selector Roger Harper backs Darren Bravo
Darren Bravo might have been left out of the West Indies squad for the one-off Test against Afghanistan, but lead selector Roger Harper

Romeich warns against scammers

by October 16th, 2019
Romeich warns against scammers
Entertainment manager Romeich Major sole proprietor of Romeich Entertainment has distanced himself from a fake page on social

Swizz Beatz links Skip Marley and French Montana for Global Sound

by October 15th, 2019
Swizz Beatz links Skip Marley and French Montana for Global Sound
Bob Marley’s grandson Skip Marley has been paired with rapper French Montana by Grammy-winning multi-platinum producer Swizz Beatz to