Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner
The Supreme Court has voided the election of Dean Jones, the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) councillor for the Yallahs Division of the St Thomas Municipal Corporation.
The Praedial Larceny Prevention Unit in the Agriculture Ministry is warning members of the public, especially residents of Clarendon, to be cautions when buying meat. The warning follows reports by the Four Paths Police that seven sheep were stolen...
Dr Peter Phillips, president of the People's National Party (PNP), has charged that the imposition of a second state of emergency since the start of the year is the Government's acknowledgement of its own policy failure in regards to combating crime...
Newly appointed Com-missioner of Police Major General Antony Anderson says that improving morale among members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) and the deepening of its investigative abilities, among other things, will be critical targets...
The Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) is heading back to the bargaining table in another attempt at shaking the piggy bank some more as they seek to get a better wage deal from the Government.This, after members of the General Council of its...
- Usain Bolt announces he has signed for football club Triple world record holder Usain Bolt, says he has agreed to sign for a football club. Bolt, brought his career to an end following the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London. The 31 year old has always spoken of his desire to play football once... Read More
- St Catherine records more than 30 cases of dengue fever this year The St Catherine Public Health Department has expressed concern that at least 30 cases of dengue fever have been reported in the parish since the start of the year. Reports are that the most affected parts of the parish is that of the municipality... Read More
- Police High Command launches 90-day anti-crime initiative The Police High Command has launched a major offensive against criminal gangs and gang leaders behind the rising violence across the country. The 90-day anti-crime initiative was launched last week. Under the crackdown, the police have also launched... Read More
- Jamaicans End Historic Bobsled Show At Winter Olympics Jamaica's first ever female bobsleigh team to compete in a Winter Olympics finished 19th out of 20 participating countries in the bobsleigh event in Pyeongchang, Korea today. The team placed one spot higher than the Nigerians who were also competing... Read More
- Veteran actress recovering after surgery Actress Rosie Murray is at home recovering from a recent surgery following a heart attack she suffered in December. Murray's operation was made possible thanks to an initiative launched by her son on the website GoFundMe. The goal was to... Read More
- Petrojam Building To Be Renamed For Seaga State-owned oil refinery Petrojam’s corporate office is to be renamed the Edward Seaga Building, in honour of the former prime minister of Jamaica. A ceremony renaming the building is to be held tomorrow. The move to rename the building was... Read More