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A man was fatally shot during a reported shootout with police in Harbour View, St Andrew on Sunday. Two firearms were also reportedly seized by the police during the encounter. Reports are that about 10:00 a.m., a police team carried out a raid in the area and came under heavy gunfire from men who... Read More

Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner

  • Since the start of this year, a bloody gang war has claimed at least three lives in the Nine Miles to 11 Miles section of Bull Bay, St Andrew, with the violence spilling into the neighbouring Grants Pen in St Thomas.The killings have occurred below...
  • Under pressure with crowded classroom and unruly students, scores of the island's teachers are lamenting what they say is a lack of emotional support for them when they are stressed.According to the teachers, the lack ofsupport could lead to some...
  • Some of the nation's children are still experiencing, and witnessing, cases of child abuse in the classroom daily despite the Government's directive that corporal punishment is prohibited in schools.One grade four primary school student told The...
  • Under pressure with crowded classroom and unruly students, scores of the island's teachers are lamenting what they say is a lack of emotional support for them when they are stressed.According to the teachers, the lack ofsupport could lead to some...
  • Children's Advocate Diahann Gordon Harrison says it is disappointing but not surprising that teachers and school administrators are still using corporal punishment as a means of control in the classrooms."Quite frankly, I am not surprised and I...
  • Michael McLean Facing More Murder Charges Police investigators are preparing to file new murder charges against convicted killer Michael McLean. The new charges, are related to the shooting deaths of two people at a gas station in Morant Bay, St Thomas in September last year while McLean... Read More
  • Chile deports hundreds of Haitian nationals Chile has deported nearly 200 Haitians after they were found to be in possession of false statements and documents on entering the South American country. Chile's Investigative Police (IDP) said the Haitians were prevented from entering the country... Read More
  • Government scaling back services at Cornwall Regional The government is scaling down operations at the main building at Cornwall Regional Hospital in Montego Bay as it seeks to carry out rehabilitative work to fix ventilation issues at the facility. Nurses have been complaining about an increase in... Read More
  • Traffic restrictions along Barbican Road starting tomorrow The National Works Agency (NWA) says traffic along Barbican Road will be restricted, starting tomorrow, to facilitate planned works along the roadway. According to Stephen Shaw, manager, communication and customer services at the NWA, three sections... Read More
  • Bail Hearing For Schoolgirl's Murder Accused Today A bail hearing is set for today for the two men charged in connection with last year’s murder of schoolgirl Shineka Gray. Gregory Roberts and Mario Morrison are to appear in the St James Circuit Court. Gray, who was a resident of Mount Salem in St... Read More
  • It's by-election day in Jamaica It's Election Day in the constituency of St. Andrew North Western and the Norman Gardens Division in Kingston Eastern and Port Royal. The People's National Party's Keisha Hayle and the Jamaica Labour Party's Dr. Nigel Clarke are vying to become the... Read More