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Police are investigating the deaths of two people who were shot on Sunday night in the parish of St Phillip, at the easternmost end of the island. The police said that the body of 52-year-old Betty Mayers and her son, 32-year-old Jamal Mayers, were found at their home and that they are... Read More

Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner

  • Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday announced plans by the National Housing Trust (NHT) to increase the limit for loans by $1 million, raise the ceiling for construction loans, while reducing interest rates for all contributors. He declared...
  • United States President Donald Trump will meet with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness and four other Caribbean leaders on Friday to discuss a range of issues surrounding trade and security, The Associated Press has reported. The hot-button...
  • Government’s tax cuts have been hailed by chief executive officer of Jamaican Teas, John Mahfood, as a good move, but the businessman said yesterday evening that it was inadequate to boost the personal financial well-being of the majority of...
  • Government’s tax cuts have been hailed by chief executive officer of Jamaican Teas, John Mahfood, as a good move, but the businessman said yesterday evening that it was inadequate to boost the personal financial well-being of the majority of...
  • The Government is seeking “competitive” sources of financing to undertake a proposed third infrastructure development initiative to succeed the Major Infrastructure Development Programme (MIDP), which was in its winding-up phase, to significantly...
  • Phillips calls for Portland Eastern debate People's National Party (PNP) President Dr. Peter Phillips has joined calls for a public debate between the candidates in the upcoming Portland Eastern by-election.PNP's Damion Crawford is contesting the Jamaica Labour Party's (JLP's) Ann-Marie Vaz... Read More
  • Woman Held With One Round Of Ammo in Kingston A woman was yesterday arrested after police officers reportedly found a single round of ammunition in her possession.This was the sole arrest in a near three-hour operation yesterday in downtown Kingston, where lawmen seized two firearms and several... Read More
  • Man Arrested In St James Gun Find  A man was yesterday arrested in connection with the seizure of a firearm and several rounds of ammunition in Granville, St James.Reports are that about 7:45 am, a police team searched a premises during which one .38 revolver containing... Read More
  • Caribbean AirLines Stands By Safety Record After Deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash The Trinidad-based Caribbean Airlines (CAL) Monday extended condolences to the families of those killed on the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines flight on Sunday and said that while it currently uses Boeing 737-800 Next Generation aircraft it “stands by... Read More
  • Chief Justice Commits To Improving Judicial System Chief Justice Bryan Sykes has committed to instituting measures to further improve service delivery across the judicial system.Among these, he says, are steps to ensure the delivery of outstanding judgments in the Supreme Court by December 31, 2019.... Read More
  • Police Identify Victims Of Three Separate MoBay Killings The police have identified the victims of three separate killings in Montego Bay, St James, which followed closely on the heels of a deadly robbery in the parish on Sunday.A man identified as 45-year-old Allen Walters, also known as “Beers”, was... Read More