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  • Man accused of killing Clarendon family also accused of sexually assaulting teen girl

    The Clarendon man accused of killing 5 family members is facing additional legal woes, after allegations of sexual assault were levelled against him.
  • Jamaican-born nurse Sandra Lindsay among Americans to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

    Jamaican-born nurse Sandra Lindsay is among seventeen Americans named by President Joe Biden to be recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.  
  • Concerns raised over section of Jamaica Teaching Council Act relating to private lessons and homeschooling activities

    Concerns have been raised over a section of the Jamaica Teaching Council (JTC) Act which relates to private lessons and homeschooling activities.  
  • Police issue high alert for missing 4-year-old girl

    The police have activated a high alert for a 4-year-old St. Andrew student who has been missing since Monday (June 25).   She is Melania morgan of
  • Police warn citizens about emerging trend where robbers target persons making large cash transactions at commercial banks in town centres

    The police are warning citizens about an emerging trend where robbers target persons making large cash transactions at commercial banks in town centres.
  • Fisherfolk urged to grasp opportunities available for insurance coverage

    Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Franklin Witter is urging fisherfolk to grasp the opportunities available for insurance
  • Dr Clarke says banking fees issues being fueled by failure to change old habits

    Finance Minister Dr Nigel Clarke says part of the issue fueling complaints about bank fees, is the inability of people to change their old habits. He notes
  • Some Jamaican students who left Ukraine due to war, express gratitude for grants from Opposition Leader

    Some of the Jamaican students who had to return home from Ukraine due to the war, have expressed gratitude for the financial-assistance-grants, given to
  • Jamaica records 121 new Covid-19 cases and 4 more deaths

    Jamaica has recorded 121 new Covid-19 cases. They are 74 females and 47 males, ranging in age from 15 days to 92 years. The positivity rate is 17.7 per
  • Coaster bus catches fire in Kingston; no injury reported

    A public passenger coaster bus caught fire along the Constant Spring Main Road in Kingston, this morning (June 30). Public Relations Officer at the Jamaica
  • PM Andrew Holness says Opposition is engaging in political one-upmanship

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness has chastised the opposition for engaging in what he calls political one-upmanship, in a bid to take advantage of the

DPP describes guilty verdict for 17-year-old boy charged with the rape, buggery and murder of a 9-year-old girl in 2018 as a tragedy for all parties involved

by July 2nd, 2022
DPP describes guilty verdict for 17-year-old boy charged with the rape, buggery and murder of a 9-year-old girl in 2018 as a tragedy for all parties involved
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Llewellyn has described the guilty verdict for the 17-year-old boy charged with the rape,

Murder accused Rushane Barnett denies being assaulted while in police lock-up

by July 2nd, 2022
Murder accused Rushane Barnett denies being assaulted while in police lock-up
I was not assaulted … That declaration comes from Clarendon murder-accused, Rushane Barnett, following allegations that he was

FIFA confirms semi-automated offside system for Qatar World Cup  

by July 1st, 2022
FIFA confirms semi-automated offside system for Qatar World Cup   
FIFA has confirmed that a semi-automated offside system will be used at this year’s football World Cup in Qatar .  The new technology

Danielle Williams and Rushell Clayton for Stockholm Diamond League

by June 29th, 2022
Danielle Williams and Rushell Clayton for Stockholm Diamond League
2015 world 100 metre hurdles champion Danielle Williams is one of two Jamaicans down to compete at the Stockholm Diamond League meeting

Night Noise Abatement Act continues to haunt promoters

by June 27th, 2022
Night Noise Abatement Act continues to haunt promoters
More promoters plagued by the Night Noise Abatement Act are demanding a level playing field after being burnt by the system. Dillon

Ziggy Marley supports Women’s Rights following overturn in US abortion ruling

by June 27th, 2022
Ziggy Marley supports Women’s Rights following overturn in US abortion ruling
Ziggy Marley, the first son of Reggae legend, Bob Marley, is standing in solidarity for women’s rights following the United States
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