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Cricket legend Deryck Lance Murray has been appointed to the post of high commissioner for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to Jamaica, according to a Trinidad Express report. Businessman Edward Ayin has also been appointed high commissioner for...
The Press Association of Jamaica has joined the call for the repeal of Section 33 of the Criminal Justice (Administration) Act, which makes it a criminal offence to take photographs or sketches of accused persons. The section in questions states: “...
Yet another Corporate Area-based school has found itself embroiled in controversy, this time for allegedly collecting fingerprints from students. Merl Grove High School is reported to have begun collecting the biometric data from students during...
Despite being caught up in a Brexit conundrum, Britain will remain steadfast in its diplomatic and financial arrangements with countries of the English-speaking Commonwealth. That is the word from British High Commissioner Asif Ahmad, who was...
Despite giving Crime Stop Jamaica (CSJ) hundreds of tips per year, many Jamaicans are still unwilling to step forward to ensure that those tips materialise into convictions. Since the start of the year, CSJ has received 723 tips, with a success...
- JUTC Plans To Upgrade Service And Increase Ridership The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) has targeted several priority initiatives, aimed at boosting service delivery under its 2019/20 operational plan. Included in the initiatives are increasing ridership by improving bus schedule notices,... Read More
- Lack Of Funding Forces Cancellation Of This Year's Jamaica International Invitational Meet THIS year's edition of the Jamaica International Invitational meet, (JII), which was set for this Saturday, May 4, has been cancelled due to the lack of funding, said the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) in a press release... Read More
- Trump Sues Banks In Bid To Block Congress Subpoenas US President Donald Trump, along with his family and businesses, on Monday sued Deutsche Bank and Capital One, in an attempt to stop them from complying with Congressional subpoenas, issued as part of a probe into foreign political influence.The... Read More
- Antigua And Barbuda Prime Minister Preparing To Put Forward Strategic Approach For LIAT Following prime minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines Dr Ralph Gonsalves’ recent remarks that regional carrier LIAT’s closure is imminent, and prime minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley’s revelation that she was “engaging the European Investment... Read More
- Man Murdered On King Street Identified The man who was shot dead on King Street in downtown Kingston yesterday afternoon has been identified as 41-year-old Jermaine Rutherford, a labourer of Tower Street, Kingston. According to reports, Rutherford was sitting on a bucket about 3:45... Read More
- Suspended Cops Used JCF Vehicle And Guns In Chedwin Park Killing THE leadership of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is now in crisis mode as information surfaced yesterday that the three cops involved in the fatal shooting of a man at Chedwin Park, St Catherine Sunday morning, were driving a police service... Read More