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The three soldiers charged with the 2010 murder of Keith Clarke will have to stand trial after the Constitutional Court this morning ruled that the immunity certificates granted to them are invalid, null and void.
The Constitutional Court will this morning rule on the legality of the certificates of immunity granted to three soldiers charged with the 2010 murder of businessman Keith Clarke. Protracted delays in the matter have spanned almost eight years....
The Constitutional Court will this morning rule on the legality of immunity certificates issued by then National Security Minister Peter Bunting in 2016 to three soldiers accused of the 2010 shooting death of businessman Keith Clarke. ...
There is heightened concern for the Jamaican sex offender registry to be publicly accessible after three victims – a daughter, her aunt and, since Sunday, a six-year-old girl – have confessed to being sexually assaulted, years apart, by the same...
A leading data-protection legal expert has warned financial institutions to encrypt customer information to safeguard against privacy breaches like last week’s leaking of 5,000 client records at VM Wealth. Chief executive officer of the investment...
- 16-y-o St Elizabeth Girl Missing Sixteen-year-old Sherena Myrie of Newcombe Village in St Elizabeth has been missing since Monday, May 27. Sherena is of brown complexion, slim build and is about 5 feet 9 inches tall. Reports from the Pedro Plain Police are that Sherena... Read More
- Wadadah Edge Baptiste Alliance 2-1 In JFF Play-Offs Wadadah Football Club snapped a 19-game winless run in the Jamaica Football Federation Premier League Play-offs, with a come-from-behind 2-1 win over 10-man Baptiste Alliance at Jarrett Park on Saturday. Despite a much improved showing from... Read More
- Israel Faces Possible Second Election Amid Coalition Crisis Israel’s parliament on Monday passed a preliminary motion to dissolve itself. The move further pushed the country toward an unprecedented political impasse, less than two months after elections seemed to promise Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a... Read More
- Latin America & Caribbean Have Lost Economic Momentum A new United Nations report has warned that the economic recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has lost momentum, and is blaming the situation on slowing external demand, ongoing global policy uncertainty and country-specific factors.... Read More
- NCB Commits To Paying Late Fees Incurred, By Customers Due To Its System Glitches National Commercial Bank (NCB) has committed to paying the late fees incurred by its customers on loans, credit cards, and utility payments as a result of the technical issues with the bank's online platform.Thousands of people were unable to... Read More
- Police Seek Witness DETECTIVES assigned to the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA) are seeking the public's assistance in locating a witness who is vital to a case currently before the Home Circuit Court, downtown Kingston. She... Read More