Author Archive: Shanice Gibbs

Police Commissioner supports the granting of reduced prison sentences to alleged criminals who provide police with information.
Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson is in support of granting a reduced prison sentence to alleged criminals who provide
Police and Education Ministry meet with Tivoli Gardens High School Administrators following physical altercation between teacher and student
An emergency meeting with police officers and the administration of the Tivoli Gardens High School in St. Andrew is underway, following
Urgent call made for revival of ‘Values and Attitudes Campaign’ amid upsurge in violence and aggression in society
  An urgent call is being made for the revival of the ‘Values and Attitudes Campaign’ which was launched in the 1990s.
BOJ engages players in commercial banking sector to discuss steps to reduce technology-based fraud
In response to the recent cyber attack which resulted in bank customers losing millions of dollars, the Bank of Jamaica says it has
629 murders recorded as at Sunday, June 5
Jamaica recorded 629 murders as of Sunday, June 5.   This is 34 more than the 595 recorded in the corresponding period last year.
15-year-old girl among two persons arrested in relation to illegal gun
A 15-year-old girl is among two persons who were arrested on reasonable suspicion of illegal possession of firearm and ammunition in
Nephew listed as person of interest after burnt, dismembered remains of elderly uncle found in St. Andrew
The nephew of an elderly man whose dismembered, burnt remains were found in Cavaliers, Stony Hill, St. Andrew yesterday (June 6) has
Agricultural Society Vice President says farmers reeling from impacts of climate change
  Climate change is starting to have a devastating impact on Jamaica’s farmers and their crop production.  
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