Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner
Corporal Kirk Lawrence, who has been charged with the murder of his wife, Janet Hardie-Lawrence, was remanded when he appeared in the St Mary Parish Court recently. Lawrence, who is represented by attorney-at-law Oswest Senior-Smith, is to return...
Tesha Miller, reputed leader of the Spanish Town, St Catherine-based Clansman Gang, will on December 3 know whether the Supreme Court supports his claim against the State, which he has accused of assault, false imprisonment and malicious...
Eight months since being formally advised via email from Campion College that her child was awarded a monetary grant through the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information’s Career Advancement Programme (CAP), a disgruntled parent yesterday said...
Business Access Television (BATV) has been sold to Dawgen Global, the company revealed in a news release yesterday. The five-year-old business-centred cable network, the brainchild of Jamaican businessmen Leighton Davis and Garth Walker, will...
- Russian diplomat shot dead in Abkhazia Dmitry Vish-ernev the first secretary of the Russian embassy in Ab-khazia died after being shot in the head in Suk-hum yesterday. Vishernev was in his garage when he and his wife were shot. The Russian diplomat died on the spot and his wife has been... Read More
- 16 year old charged with murder of 11 year old student A sixteen year old has been charged with the murder of Tassanique James the 11- year-old student from the Clan Carthy Primary School. The teenager was charged on Tuesday by members of the Major Investigation Taskforce following a question and answer... Read More
- Jamaican Film to premiere in Canada "Kingston Paradise", a film written, produced and directed by Jamaican, Mary Wells, will have its World Premiere on Friday, September 13 at the Harbourfront Centre in Canada. The film, which will be shown during the CaribbeanTales Toronto... Read More
- Turkey: Protester killed in clash with police during Syria sit-in 22-year-old Turkish man died early Tuesday in the Turkish border city of (HAH-TAI) Hatay as violence broke out between police and demonstrators protesting against military intervention in neighboring Syria. (HAH-SUN) Hasan Ak-gol, a parliament... Read More
- World Suicide Prevention Day Seminar to focus on stigma as barrier to suicide prevention Choose Life International, CLI, will mark World Suicide Prevention Day on Tuesday, September 10 with a seminar entitled, Stigma: A Major Barrier to Suicide Prevention, at the Hope Fellowship Church. Now an annual event, the seminar which attracts a... Read More
- Guinness gets ready for Behind The Screen As Guinness prepares for its annual celebration of its founder, Arthur Guinness, and people around who make great things happen, the brand is also readying for the next series of Behind the Screen. For the month of September, the brand will be the... Read More