Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Health Ministry probes hospitals’ handling of rape victims
The Health and Wellness Ministry is to undertake a review of the circumstances under which a mother and her two daughters, were
PEP results to be released by next week
Grade six students who sat the Primary Exit Profile, PEP examinations earlier this year, will know their results in a week’s
Two policemen freed of murder of a Clarendon man more than 7 years ago
A jury today (June 11) freed two policemen of the murder of a Clarendon man more than 7 years ago. Anthony “Toby” Trought of Race
Peter Bunting says he felt called to make a challenge for the leadership of the PNP
Opposition Member of Parliament Peter Bunting says he felt called to make a challenge for the leadership of the People’s National
Man charged for murder of 74-year-old woman who was set ablaze
Police have charged a man in relation to the death of a 74-year-old woman who died from injuries she received when she was set ablaze
Jamaica continues to see a decrease in the number of murders
Jamaica continues to see a decrease in the number of murders recorded so far this year. As at June 8, there has been a 5.4 per cent
Retired cop in pepper spray incident to sue the state
The retired cop who was pepper sprayed last week is to sue the state. Attorney-at-Law Bert Samuels says his law firm has been engaged
PICA to play role in getting motorists to pay outstanding tickets
The government is broadening its efforts to ensure motorists with outstanding tickets make the payments. Transport Minister Robert