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  • Curfew imposed in Kingston West Police Division, following shooting of 10 people, four of them fatally at the weekend

    A curfew has been imposed in the Kingston Western Police Division.   The curfew comes amid mounting tensions in the area following the shooting of 10
  • North Central St. Catherine MP expresses hope that Jamaica will soon see safer banking practices that prevent criminals from interfering with citizens’ money

    Member of Parliament for North Central St. Catherine, Natalie Neita Garvey has expressed hope that Jamaica will soon see safer banking practices that
  • Entertainment Minister wants churches to embrace gospel reggae

    Minister of Entertainment and Culture, Olivia grange, is urging churches, to play a greater role in developing the reggae gospel industry.   Miss
  • Jamaicans urged to make wills to prevent family fighting over ‘dead lef’

    Justice Minister Delroy Chuck has again appealed to Jamaicans to make a will to prevent conflicts among relatives, when they die.   Speaking at a
  • St. James teen stabbed to death by sibling

    A 19-year-old man was reportedly stabbed to death by his younger sibling, in St James, this morning (January 29).   The deceased is Noel Demetrius of
  • MOE to provide additional psychological support to Retirement Primary School Principal who was attacked and chopped last year

    Education Minister, Fayval Williams says her Ministry will ensure that the principal, who was chopped at the Retirement Primary School in St Elizabeth last
  • Security Minister commends security forces for continued success in disrupting illegal gun trade, following seizure in St James yesterday

    National Security Minister Dr Horace Chang says the security forces continue to reap success in disrupting the activities of criminals involved in the
  • Jamaica seeing uptick in electric vehicle registrations

    Jamaica is seeing an increase in the number of electric vehicles (EVs) being registered for use in the island.   That’s according to Legal
  • Transport Minister pledges to end practice of persons illegally acquiring drivers’ licenses

    Transport Minister Audley Shaw has pledged that he will be putting an end to the practice of persons illegally purchasing drivers’ licenses.  
  • Jah Cure remains behind bars; next court appearance set for April

    Jah Cure will have to remain behind Netherlands prison walls after a judge ruled this week that the Jamaican Reggae singer should continue serving his
  • Agent Sasco praises St. Mary community for recycling efforts

    Dancehall entertainer Agent Sasco continues his mission to bring awareness about the importance of recycling. The brand ambassador for Recycling Partners

Members of the police hierarchy tour sections of police Area 4, following flare-up of violence in several of the area’s divisions

by January 30th, 2023
Members of the police hierarchy tour sections of police Area 4, following flare-up of violence in several of the area’s divisions
Members of the police hierarchy, including Commissioner, Major General Antony Anderson toured sections of police Area 4 yesterday

Curfew imposed in Kingston West Police Division, following shooting of 10 people, four of them fatally at the weekend

by January 30th, 2023
Curfew imposed in Kingston West Police Division, following shooting of 10 people, four of them fatally at the weekend
A curfew has been imposed in the Kingston Western Police Division.   The curfew comes amid mounting tensions in the area following

D-day for Bolts Money to be returned

by January 27th, 2023
D-day for Bolts Money to be returned
The public should expect both the ‘expected and the unexpected’ as today’s deadline winds down for embattled

Jamaican Umpire Jacqueline Williams among13 match officials for ICC Women’s T/20 World Cup

by January 27th, 2023
Jamaican Umpire Jacqueline Williams among13 match officials for ICC Women’s T/20 World Cup
Distinguished Jamaican umpire Jacqueline Williams has been selected among a group of 13 match officials who will take charge at the

DPP Paula Llewellyn gives Ding Dong “rave” review

by January 27th, 2023
DPP Paula Llewellyn gives Ding Dong “rave” review
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Llewellyn, King’s Counsel, has named Dancehall deejay Ding Dong among her favorites. The

Jah Cure remains behind bars; next court appearance set for April

by January 27th, 2023
Jah Cure remains behind bars; next court appearance set for April
Jah Cure will have to remain behind Netherlands prison walls after a judge ruled this week that the Jamaican Reggae singer should
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