Author Archive: Patrice Walters

Search continues for abducted St. Thomas girl
Up to late this afternoon, the 500 member search team deployed in Bath, St. Thomas, was unsuccessful in locating a young girl, who was
Opposition wants crime fighting efforts to equal that of Covid fight
Opposition Spokesperson for Justice Senator Donna Scott-Mottley, says yesterday’s shooting death of 5-year-old Denique Salmon,
Government assures that security forces continue to tackle crime
Minister of National Security Dr. Horace Chang, has sought to assure Jamaicans that the security forces are still moving aggressively
Councillor Roberts pledges support to family of woman found dead in Sandy Gully
Councillor for the Molynes Gardens division in St. Andrew Patrick Roberts said he will be offering support to the relatives of the
Elderly woman who was washed away by flood waters in Sandy Gully found dead
The body of an elderly woman, who was washed away in the Sandy Gully, in St. Andrew last evening, has been found.   She has been
Church leader calls for mandatory vaccination
Anglican Archbishop of the West Indies, Reverend Howard Gregory, is urging the government to embrace mandatory vaccination against the
Digicel staff required to show proof of Covid vaccination effective next month
Staff of telecommunications company Digicel will have to show proof of being vaccinated against the coronavirus as of October 15.
Vaz explains that he cannot intervene in OUR / JPS rate hike matter
Energy Minister Daryl Vaz has indicated that he cannot intervene in the matter of the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) granting a
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