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News

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...
  • Education Ministry Undertaking PEP Teacher Training The Education Ministry says its Student Assessment Unit is conducting island-wide training of assessment coordinators as it ramps up preparation for the implementation of the new Primary Exit Profile (PEP). PEP forms part of the new series of... Read More
  • Justice Bryan Sykes sworn in as chief justice Justice Bryan Sykes was a short while ago sworn in as Chief Justice of Jamaica. The swearing in of Sykes marked the end of more than a month-long appointment as acting chief justice in January, which sparked fury in some circles, mainly legal. It... Read More
  • "Fresh Princess" coming soon The internet has been buzzing with news that the Fresh Prince of Bel Air is about to be dethroned by a princess. Fans of the hit '90s show are being told to brace for a 21st century burst of girl power after the company that owns the rights to the... Read More
  • Trump at odds with Republican lawmakers over gun reforms US President Donald Trump has stunned lawmakers from both parties by accusing them of being "petrified" of the National Rifle Association (NRA). In a break from his party's anti-gun control stance, Mr Trump urged lawmakers during a televised meeting... Read More
  • Unidentified man shot dead in Gregory Park The body of an unidentified male was found with gunshot wounds along the Gregory Park main road in St Catherine last night, shortly after residents reportedly heard explosions in the area, the police said. It is of dark complexion, medium built,... Read More
  • NWA working to reconnect severed main road in Dover Castle, St Catherine The National Works Agency (NWA) says work is currently underway to reconnect the main road between Linstead, St Catherine and Guys Hill, St Mary, which was severed in the community of Dover Castle in May 2017, during heavy rainfall. According to... Read More