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With less than 24 hours to go before the election of a new executive of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), the campaign has heated up with claims and counter claims alleging attempts by presidential candidates and their teams and supporters to affect the outcome. President of the Jamaica... Read More

Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner

  • A defence attorney in the Peter Vogel murder trial has questioned whether the slain university lecturer and his wife would be considered suspects if their live-in helper, Yanika Scott, was found dead at their home. "I think not," said...
  • It's been four days since masked gunmen aimed their guns at a group of men in the Fleet Street area of central Kingston last Thursday night, killing 11-year-old Taysha Hughes in their rampage.Her death has ignited an outpouring of sentiments in...
  • In an attempt to expand volunteerism across the Caribbean, more than 20 volunteers from Trinidad and Tobago and Suriname are to complement the efforts of their local counterparts over a four-day period that will focus on unattached youths.Now in its...
  • Moved to action by last week's horrific murder of 11-year-old Taysha 'Angel' Hughes, Fleet Street residents in Kingston staged a peace march yesterday in hope of spurring critical action on the path of the authorities in cauterising an ongoing turf...
  • We continue to look back at some of the highlights capturing the political career of Portia Simpson Miller, Jamaica's first female prime minister. The clock signalling her final minutes in the nation's Parliament at Gordon House is ticking, ticking...
  • Republicans delay Senate healthcare vote US Senate Republicans have delayed a vote on their healthcare bill until after next week's July 4 holiday. The announcement by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is a setback to their plan to replace Obamacare. Five Republican senators had... Read More
  • Porus High student accused of killing schoolmate again remanded The 15 year old Porus High School student accused of killing one of his schoolmates was again remanded on Monday when he appeared in court. He will return to court next month. The teenager was charged earlier this month with the fatal stabbing of 17... Read More
  • Bolt to make European bow in farewell season Track and field super star Usain Bolt will continue his build-up to the defence of his World 100 metres title when he competes at the Ostrava Golden Spike meet in the Czech Republic on Wednesday. Bolt will contest the 100 meters alongside former... Read More
  • 163 killed in road crashes so far this year One hundred and sixty-three persons have been killed in 151 fatal crashes since the start of this year. Fatal crashes and fatalities have decreased by seven per cent and 12 per cent, respectively, when compared with similar period in 2016.... Read More
  • 163 killed in road crashes so far this year One hundred and sixty-three persons have been killed in 151 fatal crashes since the start of this year. Fatal crashes and fatalities have decreased by seven per cent and 12 per cent, respectively, when compared with similar period in 2016.... Read More
  • Education Ministry To Inspect 971 Schools The Ministry of Education is undertaking an inspection of infant, primary and secondary schools. The exercise, which is being done in partnership with the National Education Trust and the University of Technology, is being carried out under the... Read More