- Taylor Swift wins assault case against DJ Pop singer Taylor Swift has won a sexual assault case against ex-radio DJ David Mueller, who she said had groped her at a 2013 concert. He reportedly assaulted her by grabbing her bottom beneath her skirt as a photo was taken. She was awarded a... Read More
- Trump disbands business councils after bosses resign President Trump has said he is scrapping two business councils after more bosses have quit over his handling of violent clashes in Virginia. Mr Trump said: "Rather than putting pressure on the businesspeople of the Manufacturing Council &... Read More
- Taxi Operator Fatally Shot, Two Women Injured in Clarendon A man is dead and two women hospitalised following a shooting in Bushy Park, Clarendon on. Dead is taxi operator Calvast Blake otherwise called Carl of Bucks Haven, May Pen. It's reported that shortly after 7 p.m., men opened fire on the taxi. The... Read More
- Gong atop 'Hill' for third week Damian “Junior Gong” Marley's Stony Hill is spending its third week at the top of the Billboard Reggae album chart. Marley leads a relatively quiet chart where no new entries are posted for the week ending August 26. Good Life from Collie Buddz, has... Read More
- Tension still high in sections of Mountain View Some communities off Mountain View Avenue remain tense following shootouts involving rival gunmen on Tuesday evening. A two year-old boy was shot near Jarrett Lane during one of these exchanges. This was the latest flare up in gang violence in the... Read More
- Early morning fire at Petrojam Minister of Science, Energy and Technology Dr Andrew Wheatley reported that a fire that broke out at the Petrojam oil refinery early this morning is now contained. The minister said, “Teams from the Fire Brigade, Petrojam and the security forces are... Read More
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For the country to claim a future of productivity, prosperity, and peace, Jamaicans must turn from moral insensitivity and move towards clear-minded moral clarity where citizens live for each other as people of truth, the Rev Astor Carlyle has...
Within the next six months, IBEX Global Solutions, which has become a major player in the local business process outsourcing (BPO) industry, will be embarking on a major recruitment drive to fill 500 to 1,000 vacancies at its newly opened branch on...
Boys' Town Community Intervention Programme's chief executive officer Trevor Spence said that Jamaica does not need another crime plan. What it needs is a holistic community-development plan."Jamaica was ahead of most countries on the focus of youth...
WESTERN BUREAU:Residents of several volatile communities in St James yesterday welcomed members of the security forces with open arms as the Government's latest initiative to quell the parish's rampant lawlessness started with a joint police-...
Targeting criminals and their facilitators, the Andrew Holness administration declared a state of public emergency for St James, the parish that recorded frightening levels of murders in 2017, numbering a record 335.The prime minister made the...