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Just over two years after the departure of Luis Moreno, Jamaica should finally have a new American ambassador in weeks after the United States (US) Senate yesterday voted to confirm the nomination of Arizona businessman Donald Ray Tapia to the post...
Financial investigators have indicated that a legal opinion received from the nation’s chief prosecutor yesterday provided “very good guidance” in their wide-ranging corruption probe involving sacked Education Minister Ruel Reid. Robin Sykes, chief...
As alleged members of the Uchence Wilson Gang continued to deny its existence, accused Odeen ‘Brinks’ Smith said that he did not know the reputed gang leader as he testified in the Home Circuit Court in downtown Kingston yesterday. Smith said he...
A day after members of the police force boasted that 24 of the 33 alleged members of the St Catherine-based One Don Gang would face the court, Supreme Court judge Justice Leighton Pusey yesterday bemoaned the prosecution’s apparent lack of...
Campion College Principal Grace Baston yesterday sought to set the record straight on concerns around funding her institution was promised by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information in relation to the Career Advancement Programme (CAP). On...
- Syria's Main Opposition Dismisses Russia's Proposal Syria's main opposition block yesterday, urged the West to strike Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's regime despite Russia's initiative to have Damascus surrender its chemical weapons to international control, dismissing the proposal as... Read More
- KSAC’s resolution gives residents power to repair street lights Corporate Area residents who want to repair street lights in their communities can now do so following the passage of a resolution by the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC) on Tuesday. It was moved by Councilor for the Hughenden Division,... Read More
- Medical Examiner In Zimmerman Trial Sues For $100M, Claims Prosecution Threw Case [VIDEO] In a bombshell allegation, Florida medical examiner, Dr. Shiping Bao, claims that Florida state prosecutors were biased against Trayvon Martin and purposely threw the case, and he is suing the state for $100 million dollars According to Bao, the... Read More
- ECJ makes far-reaching recommendations to reform campaign process The Elector-al Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) has made far-reaching recommendations aimed at reforming the campaign financing process. The recommendations form the second of two reports, the first of which was presented in 2010 and dealt with the... Read More
- Pulse chooses new faces SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD Francine James walked away with the coveted Caribbean Fashion Model title at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in St Andrew on Sunday. The leggy 5ft 8.5in model's win signals the beginning of a modelling contract with local agency Pulse... Read More
- Muslim rebels release five hostages as tense Mindanao stand-off continues Philippine police and armed forces negotiated the release of five hostages on Tuesday as a tense stand-off with rebels from the Muslim Moro National Liberation Front entered its second day in Zambo-anga City in the southern Philippines. "This... Read More