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The Integrity Commission has sought to explain in detail why cost of purchase is used over current value in the summary of the statutory declarations it published recently for Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips....
The Moravian Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands has broken its silence, two years after one of its pastors admitted to having sexual intercourse with a person under the age of 16 years old. In an advertisement in today’s Gleaner, the church...
The eyebrow-raising figures published in the Jamaica Gazette as the value of real estate assets owned by Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips reflect the price at which their properties were acquired and not the...
A motorist has been let off the hook after he was caught on a camera performing a daring stunt with a motor vehicle along the busy Dunrobin Avenue in St Andrew. There was no collision, but Dennis Dietrih was summoned by the police yesterday to the...
The university lecturer who had promised to give needy students his approximately $3 million in basic salary annually had his contract terminated by The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, amid questions about his mental state. Dr René...
- Brazil Prison Clashes Leave 15 Dead Fighting at a prison in northern Brazil has left 15 inmates dead, according to local officials.The clashes reportedly broke out on Sunday during visiting hours at Anísio Jobim Penitentiary Complex, in Manaus. Some of the victims were stabbed... Read More
- EOJ To Address Issues Regarding Expenses Incurred In Recent By-Election The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) says it will provide clarification today regarding the expenses incurred by the candidates in the April 4 by-election in Portland Eastern. The EoJ has published declarations provided by the Jamaica... Read More
- Cops Attacked By Heavily Armed Gunmen In May Pen - Special Operations Team To Be Deployed A special operations team is being deployed to May Pen, Clarendon, following a robbery spree by armed gunmen in the town yesterday, in which they took on a police team in what is being described as military style. National Security... Read More
- Guns, Ammo, Motorcycles And Computers Stolen From Security Firm Despite State security forces putting a lid on criminal activities in the parish of St James, now under a state of public emergency, criminals managed to make off with 19 firearms and about 150 rounds of assorted ammunition from a private security... Read More
- Menzies Remains Upbeat Despite Girlz Travel Woes Jamaica's Head Coach Hue Menzies views the current travel obstacles faced by his Reggae Girlz team as another important test of their character, and one which they are expected to overcome like the resilient group they are. Menzies and members... Read More
- Tornado Kills 2 People And Injures 29 Others In Oklahoma A tornado levelled a motel and tore through a mobile home park near Oklahoma City overnight, killing two people and injuring at least 29 others, authorities said yesterday. The twister touched down in El Reno, about 25 miles west of Oklahoma... Read More