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Jamaica needs to place more attention on creating a disaster-resilient built environment in a push to lessen the impact of natural disasters, according to Craig Fugate, former director of the United States Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA...
The parliamentary Opposition is questioning whether the state of public emergency imposed in St James since January is providing value for money.Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips, who raised the issue yesterday, stressed that taxpayers were paying...
As tension continues to mount over a prime piece of property in the vicinity of Devon House in St Andrew, the matter yesterday escalated into a chaotic scene as businessman Dwight Moore, a party in the dispute, remained defiant as men from Fudgies...
Yvette Clarke, the first African American and Caribbean American woman to be elected to the US Congress, has charged the 2018 graduating class of the University College of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) to play their roles in transforming the...
Prime Minister Andrew Holness is today scheduled to hold official talks with Namibian President Dr Hage Geingob, during which memoranda of understanding on cooperation in the field of sports and for political consultations are to be signed.The talks...
- Women’s league continues Defending champions Barbican will play away to St Thomas Strikers at Lyssons Pavillion when the Sherwin Williams Women’s Football League resumes today with third round action. The match is one of two Zone ‘A’ clashes on the day. In the other Zone ‘A... Read More
- Heatwave kills 10 in China A heatwave gripping parts of Shanghai, China has killed ten persons as the city experiences its hottest July in 140 years. Chinese officials have issued an emergency level two heat alert in nine provinces due to record highs in temperatures.... Read More
- Man kills cousin The police in Westmoreland has charged Delroy Whyte with the murder of his 41-year-old cousin Richard Ferguson in a section of Westmoreland on Monday. Both men along with neighbours were cooking and partying on Monday at premises where they live,... Read More
- Body found in Sterling Castle A man was found dead at a property in Sterling Castle St Andrew this morning. He has been identified as Carlton Bryan. Police reported that at about 7:00am the body of the man was discovered with the hands and feet bound and a cloth placed over its... Read More
- 5 pm deadline for Moscow The deadline for teams participating in the 14th IAAF World Championships in Moscow, Russia, to be submitted to the IAAF is 5:00 pm Jamaican time today. And for Jamaica very few, if any, surprises are expected. Double sprint world record-holder... Read More
- CISOCA seeks Tanicka Brown The Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA) – St Catherine South Division, is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a witness in a case that is now before the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate’s Court. She is... Read More