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Police are investigating the deaths of two people who were shot on Sunday night in the parish of St Phillip, at the easternmost end of the island. The police said that the body of 52-year-old Betty Mayers and her son, 32-year-old Jamal Mayers, were found at their home and that they are... Read More

Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner

  • Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday announced plans by the National Housing Trust (NHT) to increase the limit for loans by $1 million, raise the ceiling for construction loans, while reducing interest rates for all contributors. He declared...
  • United States President Donald Trump will meet with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness and four other Caribbean leaders on Friday to discuss a range of issues surrounding trade and security, The Associated Press has reported. The hot-button...
  • Government’s tax cuts have been hailed by chief executive officer of Jamaican Teas, John Mahfood, as a good move, but the businessman said yesterday evening that it was inadequate to boost the personal financial well-being of the majority of...
  • Government’s tax cuts have been hailed by chief executive officer of Jamaican Teas, John Mahfood, as a good move, but the businessman said yesterday evening that it was inadequate to boost the personal financial well-being of the majority of...
  • The Government is seeking “competitive” sources of financing to undertake a proposed third infrastructure development initiative to succeed the Major Infrastructure Development Programme (MIDP), which was in its winding-up phase, to significantly...
  • Veteran Speedster Jerome Taylor, Relishes Mentorship Role Jamaican cricketer Jerome Taylor, now considered a veteran of the game, says he enjoys the role of mentoring younger players around the region.The 34-year-old fast bowler, who last played for the West Indies in January 2018 in a Twenty20 (T20) match... Read More
  • House Judiciary Panel Launches Sweeping Trump Probe The House Judiciary Committee is launching a sweeping new probe, of President Donald Trump, his White House, his campaign and his businesses, sending document requests to 81 people linked to the president and his associates.Committee Chairman... Read More
  • Juan Guaidó Flies Back To Venezuela Despite Arrest Risk Venezuela's self-declared interim leader Juan Guaidó has arrived back in the capital, Caracas, to a rapturous welcome from thousands of supporters.He faces arrest after defying a Supreme Court-imposed travel ban to leave the country and lobby for... Read More
  • New Date For Portland Eastern Poll A new Member of Parliament is to be elected in Portland Eastern on April 4, instead of March 25 as was previously announced, to fill the vacancy created by the death of Dr. Lynvale Bloomfield last month.Prime Minister Andrew Holness announced the... Read More
  • Curfew Imposed In Gregory Park, St Catherine A curfew has been imposed in sections of Gregory Park, St Catherine. The curfew began at 6:00 pm, Monday, and will continue until 6:00 pm, Wednesday. The boundaries of the curfew are as follows: NORTH: Along the Dyke Road, about 1,759... Read More
  • Motorcycle Dealers Will Need Licences Under New Road Traffic Act Minister of Transport and Mining Robert Montague, says motorcycle dealers will be required to have a dealership licence from the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries in order to conduct sales. This is part of provisions... Read More