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Officers from the Counter-Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch (CTOC) are now conducting a raid at the Coastal City Clothing and Shoes Wholesale store on Barry Street in downtown Kingston. Already, the officers have seized a large number of items said to be counterfeit. The police say... Read More

Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner

  • Residents of Cambridge and Retrieve in St James are begging the security forces not to leave their community until wanted man Delano 'Prekeh' Wilmot is caught as they fear his wrath following yesterday's killing of his right-hand man in a gun battle...
  • A British professor who developed a model that uses hospital data to help prevent violent crimes is trying to convince Jamaican authorities and other stakeholder groups to embrace the initiative.The Cardiff Model was developed by Jonathan Shepherd,...
  • Members of the National Youth Parliament of Jamaica (NYPJ) have argued strongly that a system of a two-term limit for prime ministers should be implemented, while the mandatory retirement age of members of parliament and senators should be set at 75...
  • Serika Sterling's decision to start The Preemie Foundation of Jamaica was not to add another title to her rÈsumÈ. It came from a deep place within of watching two of her triplets die from complications they developed due to premature births.In an...
  • Campus Registrar at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, Dr Camille Bell-Hutchinson, is confident that the institution will be approved for institutional re-accreditation despite the rigorous systems and standards of the University Council...
  • 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
  • SLB Sets New Date To Publish Names And Faces Of Delinquent Borrowers The Students' Loan Bureau (SLB) says it has pushed back by a week the planned publication of the names and faces of delinquent borrowers. Over the years, the SLB has been publishing the names of delinquent borrowers in an effort to encourage them to... Read More
  • Sandals South Coast relegated from RSPL Sandals South Coast and Boys’ Town have been relegated from the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) following Sunday's matches. Elsewhere, UWI FC defeated leaders Portmore United 3-0 at the Mona Bowl. FC Reno turned back champions Arnett Gardens 2-0 at... Read More
  • JCF Launches #WantedMenJa Campaign For Lent The Jamaica Constabulary Force has launched a Wanted Persons’ Campaign for Lent, which runs from Sunday, February 25 to Friday, March 30. The campaign, which has been dubbed ‘What Are You Giving Up for Lent?’ urges Jamaicans to report wanted persons... Read More
  • New law prohibits JPs from charging for their services A new law is on the rise that will prohibit Justices of the Peace for charging for their services. And those who lose their seal will have to bear the cost of replacing it. These are some of the provisions of the long-in-coming Justices of the Peace... Read More