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Cricket West Indies (CWI) president, Dave Cameron is confident that he will be returned at the regional cricket authority’s annual general meeting (AGM) on Sunday, so much so, that he is already looking at ways to move the body forward in the coming years.Cameron, who has been at the helm of West... Read More

Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner

  • A teacher at Calabar High School is now scared for his safety after making several attempts to ensure that two of the school’s elite track athletes serve suspensions for allegedly assaulting him in December 2018. The Gleaner was reliably informed...
  • One of St James’ most wanted men was fatally shot on Thursday morning during a confrontation with members of the security forces in the Granville community in the parish. The deceased has been identified as Amoy Young, otherwise called ‘Pinky’, of...
  • Forty-eight hours after the sacking of Education Minister Ruel Reid, sector leaders have expressed difficulty in identifying a clear successor. Reid was forced to tender his resignation as minister and government senator on Wednesday following...
  • Eighty-two-year-old Pearnel Charles Sr has come out swinging against assertions that a retirement age should be imposed on Jamaican lawmakers. He was responding to the latest RJRGLEANER-commissioned Don Anderson poll, which revealed that an...
  • Eighty-two-year-old Pearnel Charles Sr has come out swinging against assertions that a retirement age should be imposed on Jamaican lawmakers. He was responding to the latest RJRGLEANER-commissioned Don Anderson poll, which revealed that an...
  • At Least 65 Dead As Iraq Ferry Sinks At least 65 people are reported to have died after a ferry sank in the Tigris river in the Iraqi city of Mosul.Reports are that another 30 people are missing. Most of the 100 passengers said to have been on board could not swim, the head of... Read More
  • Barbados Reiterates Call For Non-Interference In Venezuela Barbados has reiterated the need for the Caribbean to remain a zone of peace and insisted that only the Venezuelans could decide on the future of the South American country, even as President Donald Trump was gearing for a meeting with selective... Read More
  • 15-m Gallon Water Treatment Plant Set For Content, St Catherine The National Water Commission (NWC) is far advanced in its plans to increase the water production capacity for the Corporate Area, by establishing a 15-million-gallon water treatment plant under a public-private partnership (PPP) arrangement.Prime... Read More
  • Ex-Cop Gunned Down At Cashpot Outlet In Falmouth A retired policeman was shot dead by unknown assailants at a Cashpot outlet where he was employed as a security guard in Falmouth, Trelawny yesterday evening.The deceased has been identified as 78-year-old Albert Mowatt, also called Shoey of a... Read More
  • $2 Billion To Renovate 100 Police Stations  One hundred police stations are to be renovated at a cost of $2 billion under a two-year rehabilitation project being funded by the National Housing Trust (NHT).This was disclosed by Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, during his contribution to... Read More
  • Mother And Son Shot Dead In Barbados Police are investigating the deaths of two people who were shot on Sunday night in the parish of St Phillip, at the easternmost end of the island. The police said that the body of 52-year-old Betty Mayers and her son, 32-year-old Jamal Mayers,... Read More