Author Archive: Shanice Gibbs

Mob killing in St. Thomas as search continues for man suspected of abducting two girls last week
As the search intensifies for Davian Bryan, the man suspected of abducting two young girls in Bath St. Thomas last week, the police are
Education Ministry says no new date yet for payments to teachers who worked in Summer School Programme
  The Education Ministry says there is no new date yet, for when payments will be made to the teachers who worked in the Summer
JPS says suspension of Transformer Protection Programme by OUR could result in frequent and much longer power outages
  The Jamaica Public Service (JPS) says it fears that customers will see more frequent and much longer power outages, because of
Opposition warns Gov’t of possible political price if it ignores suggestion for Portmore residents to decide if community to become parish
Opposition Leader Mark Golding says if the Government ignores its suggestion that residents of Portmore, St. Catherine decide via a
Bishop Conrad Pitkin says recent deadly events at religious establishment in St. James not true representation of the Church
Despite recent deadly events at a controversial religious establishment in Albion St. James, Former Chairman of the Jamaica Umbrella
Education Minister describes results of this year’s CXC and CAPE exams as satisfactory
Despite challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Education Minister Fayval Williams has rated the results of this year’s
Jamaica records 6 more COVID-19 deaths 81 new cases and 361 hospitalizations
  6 more persons have died from COVID-19, pushing the country’s death tally to 2,123.   The deaths occurred between
Trial of alleged members of Clansman One Don Gang faces another adjournment due to COVID-19
The trial of the 33 alleged members of the Clansman One Don gang, faced another adjournment today (October 19), because of COVID-19.
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