- NWU cannot guarantee normality at sugar company Two more trade unions have served notice that normality cannot be guaranteed at three of Jamaica's main sugar factories as a dispute develops over the decision to send scores of security personnel on leave. A meeting on Tuesday with officials of... Read More
- Lasco top cop granted bail The reigning LASCO top cop Sergeant Oneil Patterson has been granted $300,000 bail in relation to the rape charge against him. Bail was offered in the Home Circuit Court yesterday. Patterson was previously on bail but was remanded after the... Read More
- Probe into Horses death continues The Jamaica Veterinary Medical Association is waiting on data that will assist in determining how the food fed to several thoroughbred horses at the Caymanas Track came in contact with the substance that killed them. In May, nearly thirty horses... Read More
- Kartels murder trial underway A crime scene investigator was the first witness called at the murder trial of dancehall entertainer Vybz Kartel this morning. Earlier, the investigator made a PowerPoint presentation of the murder scene in the Gregory Park area of Portmore, St... Read More
- Lottery scam raid: Four arrested The police in the western parish of St. James arrested four persons during a lottery scam raid which led to the discovery of a large quantity of marijuana, money, cellular phones and lap top computers .The four, including two women were arrested... Read More
- Illegal bike show claims life An illegal motorbike show on the Myersville Main Road in St. Elizabeth on Sunday ended in tragedy. One of the participants’ sustained fatal injuries after two of the bikes collided. The mishap occurred shortly before 6:00 o'clock in the evening.... Read More
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Governor General Sir Patrick Allen, who presided over a tripartite meeting with representatives of the executive, legislature, and judiciary, said that everyone agreed that the recent developments in the judicial branch of Government could have been...
Acting Commissioner of Police Clifford Blake has said that the Jamaica Constabulary Force was in the process of creating an anti-crime plan but that such an initiative would not work if the country's social ills are not addressed."We are currently...
Longstanding suggestions that the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), which is believed to be ill-equipped and outdated to deal with current realities, be disbanded and reconstituted have been dismissed as a "utopian dream" by National Security...
Several students and a teacher of the Mona High School in St Andrew were yesterday rushed to the University Hospital of the West Indies following an explosion, reportedly from an experiment that had gone terribly wrong.The Gleaner understands that...
Michael McLean, the man on trial for killing four children and two women, has admitted that on the day of the slayings, he took a 12-inch knife, a chopper, a machete, a pitch fork, and a hoe from his home and placed them in his motor car. McLean,...