Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner
The Moravian Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands has broken its silence, two years after one of its pastors admitted to having sexual intercourse with a person under the age of 16 years old. In an advertisement in today’s Gleaner, the church...
The eyebrow-raising figures published in the Jamaica Gazette as the value of real estate assets owned by Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips reflect the price at which their properties were acquired and not the...
A motorist has been let off the hook after he was caught on a camera performing a daring stunt with a motor vehicle along the busy Dunrobin Avenue in St Andrew. There was no collision, but Dennis Dietrih was summoned by the police yesterday to the...
The university lecturer who had promised to give needy students his approximately $3 million in basic salary annually had his contract terminated by The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, amid questions about his mental state. Dr René...
Bipolar disorder is a mental illness identified by extreme mood swings that include emotional highs and lows. A lifelong condition, it is treated with medication and psychological counselling (psychotherapy). Psychiatrist Dr Geoffrey Walcott said a...
- Grace warms of fraudulent cheques GraceKennedy Limited is advising the public to exercise precaution when accepting cheques drawn on the company or any of its subsidiaries from persons they do not know. The warning comes in light of reports received by the company of people... Read More
- Butcher stabbed to death 31-year-old butcher Jason Douglas o/c 'Rammy' was fatally stabbed at the Denbigh Health Centre in May Pen, Clarendon yesterday. The May Pen Police reported that Douglas was at the Health Centre sometime after 10 am when he became involved in a... Read More
- Cool cool Moscow The 2013 Moscow IAAF World Athletics Championships is less than four days away and all but two of the country’s athletes have already settled in the Russian capital. Sprint hurdlers Dwight Thomas and Andrew Riley are scheduled to arrive tomorrow,... Read More
- John Kerry congratulates Jamaica United States Secretary of State John Kerry has congratulated Jamaica on the celebration of its 51st year of its Independence, saying the US is proud to call Jamaica a partner and friend. In a statement on behalf of President Barack Obama and the... Read More
- Trial of 6 postponed The trial of six men charged with a massive drug find in St. Elizabeth failed to get underway Monday in the Santa Cruz Resident Magistrate's Court. When the matter came up it was pushed back to August 29 as there were other matters to be dealt with... Read More
- Mandela in arrears? Johannesburg officials have apologized to Nelson Mandela after he was sent a warning that his water and electricity could be cut off over an unpaid bill. They said the notice demanding payment of 6,468 rand should have been sent to a different house... Read More