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Nearly $100 million in cash, including $68 million taken from two suspected South African 'money mules', was turned over to the Government's coffers in the first five months of the current fiscal year.During the same period, the Financial...
Morant Bay, St Thomas:1. Tiffany DeCambre, Airy Castle Primary2. Nyameke Bennett, Providence Preparatory3. Dessania Mathews, White Horses Primary4. Jaheim Simpson, Middleton Primary5. Shamoya Brown, Providence PreparatoryTop Boy: Nyameke Bennett,...
Concerns are being raised in the education sector about few or no alternatives to bulla cakes and other high-sugar products following their withdrawal from public schools.Education Minister Ruel Reid, while addressing the 54th Jamaica Teachers'...
There were tense moments for passengers of a Coaster bus along Industrial Terrace in Kingston yesterday, as members of the security forces operating under the state of public emergency discovered two gym bags, one knapsack and one 'scandal' bag full...
WESTERN BUREAU:Tears flowed at Herbert Morrison Technical High School in Montego Bay, St James yesterday as the school family - including the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA), Past Students' Association (PSA) and friends of the school - came...
- JUST IN: Vybz Kartel freed of murder charge Supreme Court judge Bryan Sykes has turned down the application to accept two witness statements at the murder trial of dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel. Justice Sykes handed down his ruling a short while ago. He said he was not convinced that the... Read More
- Tifa: latest victim of false advertising Dancehall diva Tifa is once again the victim of false advertising. An event called Secrets which is being advertised for August 5, has the artiste billed to perform along with I Octane and Miss Kitty as emcee. However, Tifa says she has no... Read More
- Director general of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority has rejected resignation call The outgoing director general of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority has rejected a suggestion by a letter written that he should resign because of the protracted period it has taken to complete the final report into the December 2009 American... Read More
- Opposition concerned about voters' list The opposition Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has voiced concern about the names of persons now on the voters list. Audley Shaw, the party’s Deputy leader believes the list needs to be updated. He was addressing a meeting of Area Council 3 on Sunday.... Read More
- Skeletal remains found in shallow grave The skeletal remains of a man were found in a shallow grave located in Savage Pen, Gordon Town, St. Andrew yesterday. The remains are believed to be that of 29-year-old farmer Markey McLarty o/c ‘Bulldog’ from a Gordon Town address. McLarty was... Read More
- Kamla email scandal deepens Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister, Kamla Persad-Bissessar and her Attorney General have filed pre-action protocol letters against Opposition leader Dr Keith Rowley as the fall out continues over an email scandal. The letters are seeking to bar... Read More