• 125,000 devices should be issued to students islandwide by end of the school year

    Minister of Education Fayval Williams said it is expected that more than 125,000 devices would have been issued to students islandwide by the end of the
  • Opposition calls for a delay in introduction of increased toll rates at east-west leg of highway 2000

    Opposition Spokesman on Transport, Mikael Phillips, says he will be writing to the Transport Minister Robert Montague, regarding the impending toll
  • Jamaica records 5 more COVID-19 deaths and 61 new cases

    Jamaica recorded five more COVID-19 deaths, pushing the tally to 1,028.   Three of the deaths are from St. James and were classified as being
  • St. James Pastor accused of raping 15 year old girl, back behind bars after being granted bail on Monday

    Thirty-nine-year-old St. James Apostolic Church pastor Jason Rose, who was granted bail on Monday on a charge of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl in
  • Jamaica records 11 more Covid-19 related deaths and 74 new cases

    Eleven more persons have died from Covid-19, pushing the death tally to 1,023. Nine of the deceased were from St. James. Their deaths were previously
  • Police Commissioner says work to implement effective body worn camera system, is almost complete

    Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson says the preparatory work to implement an effective body worn camera system is almost complete. Major
  • Hazy conditions due to Saharan dust, expected across the island

    Hazy conditions are expected across the island over the next few days. The Met Service says this is as a result of the Saharan Dust, a plume of which is
  • NAJ says some public health nurses, who worked at the vaccination blitz sites in March and April have still not received payments

    The Nurses Association of Jamaica, NAJ says some public health nurses who worked at the vaccination blitz sites in March and April have still not received
  • Jamaica records 50 new Covid-19 cases; no new death

    Jamaica yesterday (June 15) recorded 50 new Covid-19 cases pushing the country’s case count to 49,429. Of the new cases 30 are females and 20 are
  • Health Ministry again defends decision to not use Ivermectin to treat Covid-19

    The Health Ministry is sticking to its guns, regarding calls for Ivermectin to be used in the treatment of Coronavirus, by reiterating the need to adhere
  • Elderly citizens urged to join groups or associations, in order to avoid falling prey to abuse

    Elderly citizens are being advised to join groups or associations that offer support, so that they do not fall prey to abuse and exploitation. The advisory

125,000 devices should be issued to students islandwide by end of the school year

by June 18th, 2021
125,000 devices should be issued to students islandwide by end of the school year
Minister of Education Fayval Williams said it is expected that more than 125,000 devices would have been issued to students islandwide

Opposition calls for a delay in introduction of increased toll rates at east-west leg of highway 2000

by June 18th, 2021
Opposition calls for a delay in introduction of increased toll rates at east-west leg of highway 2000
Opposition Spokesman on Transport, Mikael Phillips, says he will be writing to the Transport Minister Robert Montague, regarding the

Godfrey Lothian dies suddenly

by June 15th, 2021
Godfrey Lothian dies suddenly
Former President of the Jamaica Table Tennis Association Godfrey Lothian is dead. Lothian a long serving officer at the institute of

CHAMPS IS HERE!

by May 10th, 2021
CHAMPS IS HERE!
The long awaited and highly anticipated 2021 staging of the ISSA Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships unfolds Tuesday

Tarrus Riley plunged into mourning following the death of his sister.

by June 15th, 2021
Tarrus Riley plunged into mourning following the death of his sister.
While relieved at getting back his Instagram account, entertainer Tarrus Riley has been plunged into mourning following the death of

Jamaican TikToc is arguably the funniest side of tiktok says Rapper Lil Yachty

by June 15th, 2021
Jamaican TikToc is arguably the funniest side of tiktok says Rapper Lil Yachty
Through a twitter post the American Rapper said Jamaican content creators have arguably the best sense of humour.   Lil Yachty’s