Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner
In a state of utter disbelief, Olive Henry is demanding answers as she faces a residential bill from the National Water Commission (NWC) that would stump some commercial customers. Henry, who lamented that her plight has been ongoing for more than...
For some residents of Montego Bay St James it is the smell of blood which will be their lasting memory of last week, for others it will be the sound of gunfire and the acrid smell of gun smoke, still others will never forget the haunting cries of...
Two more murders in Portland have left some residents worried that the crime which has plagued other sections of the island is making its way to the usually peaceful parish.In the latest incidents, two men were killed in the quiet district of...
After spending US$5.5 million to increase its capacity, Caribbean Cement Company Limited has promised that the tightness in the supply of cement will be rectified within the next 72 hours.According to the company, it has taken note of recent reports...
There are whispers in local legal circles that international pharmaceutical giant, Pfizer, could make an offer to two local firms when they return to the Supreme Court tomorrow to start proceedings into the assessment of damages case involving all...
- Police seek help locating relatives of elderly woman found wandering in Spanish Town Detectives assigned to the Elletson Road Criminal Investigations Branch are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a body that was found on the beach along the Sir Florizel Glasspole Boulevard in East Kingston this morning. The body is... Read More
- Anthony B records tribute song to late STGC captain Dominic James Rastafarian Anthony B has recorded a new single called 'Memories Still Live On' as a tribute to St George's College footballer Dominic James who passed away tragically this week. He recorded the song on Wednesday night and released it to... Read More
- Jamaica, Cuba renew rivalry in CFU U-17 Champs Jamaica’s Under-17 Reggae Boyz will turn their attention to Cuba in a repeat of the 2014 semi-finals of the Caribbean Football Union World Cup-qualifying tournament at the Ato Boldon Stadium today. Kick-off is at 6:30 pm local time. In the... Read More
- Man killed by mob on ’Back Road’ after stabbing prostitute A man who stabbed a prostitute several times was himself attacked and killed along Port Henderson Road, popularly known as ‘Back Road’, in Portmore St Catherine late Thursday night. The man reportedly went to the area and attempted to... Read More
- Journalist Ingrid Brown is dead Ingrid Brown, a multi-award winning journalist with the Jamaica Observer, is dead. The Observer reported that she passed away on Thursday night at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI), where she was admitted last week "suffering... Read More
- Mother, child killed in two vehicle crash in Hanover A mother and her child were killed Thursday afternoon in a two vehicle collision in Hanover. They were passengers in a car travelling along the Round Hill main road when the car crashed into a garbage truck coming in the opposite direction. The two... Read More