- Peter Bunting defends ‘Dudus Biography’ statements National Security Minister Peter Bunting has defended statements he made in a documentary featuring Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke’s rise to power in Tivoli Gardens on the Biography channel last week. Minister Bunting who was speaking at a PNP Milk River... Read More
- Drug bust; Three arrested THREE persons are now in custody after members of the Marine Police Division seized 2,018.6 pounds of marijuana and 35.8 pounds of hashish in Manatee Bay, Old Harbour, St Catherine over the weekend. The drug is said to have an estimated street... Read More
- JPS: Electricity theft uncovered in Negril A joint operation conducted by Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) crews and the security forces in Negril, Westmoreland, has uncovered several instances of electricity theft. During a five-hour operation along the Norman Manley Boulevard, the... Read More
- Ban on smoking in public places takes effect today Several organisations are now marching in three towns across Jamaica in support of the ban on smoking in public places. The marches began around 8 a.m. in Morant Bay, St Thomas; Half-Way Tree, St Andrew; and Montego Bay, St James. The march is... Read More
- Former Broadcaster Wayne White Gets Fourteen Years Former broadcaster Wayne White and his co accused Safari Farr have both been sentenced to fourteen years in prison . Last month, when they appeared in the Gun Court the two pleaded guilty to wounding with intent and illegal possession of a firearm... Read More
- Ex-Lover Sues Sean Paul and Pens Embarrassing Tell All A jilted lover is suing Grammy Award-winning reggae artist Sean Paul in New York for $80 million — and taking intimate revenge in the process - claiming he had her illegally deported from Jamaica and drove her to attempt suicide. Susanne... 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,...