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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...
  • 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
  • Holness calls on artistes to use music to promote peace and love Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, is encouraging recording and performing artistes to play an integral part in the fight against crime by using their music as a source of inspiration to promote peace and love in the society. Speaking at a Reggae Month... Read More