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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, were found at their home and that they are... Read More

Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner

  • Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday announced plans by the National Housing Trust (NHT) to increase the limit for loans by $1 million, raise the ceiling for construction loans, while reducing interest rates for all contributors. He declared...
  • United States President Donald Trump will meet with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness and four other Caribbean leaders on Friday to discuss a range of issues surrounding trade and security, The Associated Press has reported. The hot-button...
  • Government’s tax cuts have been hailed by chief executive officer of Jamaican Teas, John Mahfood, as a good move, but the businessman said yesterday evening that it was inadequate to boost the personal financial well-being of the majority of...
  • Government’s tax cuts have been hailed by chief executive officer of Jamaican Teas, John Mahfood, as a good move, but the businessman said yesterday evening that it was inadequate to boost the personal financial well-being of the majority of...
  • The Government is seeking “competitive” sources of financing to undertake a proposed third infrastructure development initiative to succeed the Major Infrastructure Development Programme (MIDP), which was in its winding-up phase, to significantly...
  • Ian Flemming Airport Expansion Deemed Pivotal To Tourism Growth Chief communications strategist and advisor in the Ministry of Tourism, Delano Seiveright, says ongoing development of the Ian Fleming International Airport in Boscobel, St Mary, will greatly enhance the tourism fortunes for the parish and... Read More
  • Two Lives Lost For $1.2m Heavily armed robbers on Sunday morning made off with $1.2 million after killing a driver and a security guard in a daring attack in Montego Bay, St James.A second security guard was shot and injured during the drama-filled heist by four men armed... Read More
  • Cops Probe Murder Of Two Men In Bog Walk The Bog Walk police are probing the circumstances which led to the shooting deaths of two men in Crawl district, Bog Walk in St Catherine on Monday, March 19.Dead are 60-year-old Cesar Main, otherwise called ‘Cash’ and a man known as ‘Glenmore... Read More
  • Special Olympians Settling Nicely In UAE Coleridge “Roy” Howell, the sports programme director for Special Olympics Jamaica (SOJ), says the delegation to the World Summer Games in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is already settling down in that Middle Eastern country.Upon arrival in... Read More
  • Several Countries Ban Boeing MAX 8 Planes From Their Airspace Malaysia and the United Kingdom joined Australia and Singapore on Tuesday in banning Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft from their airspace, following a deadly plane crash in Ethiopia.The statement noted there had been "two fatal aircraft accidents involving... Read More
  • Gang Takes 19 People From Bus Security officials in the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas say that an armed gang has hauled 19 people off a ¬passenger bus.The gang allowed 22 other passengers to continue on to the border city of Reynosa.A Tamaulipas state official who was not... Read More