The family of businessman Keith Clarke, who was fatally shot when members of the security forces went in search of then fugitive Christopher 'Dudus' Coke, has filed a lawsuit against the Government. The suit was filed yesterday by Clarke's widow, Claudette, and their daughter Britanni Clarke.
The Industrial Disputes Tribunal (IDT) has ruled that the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) was wrong when it fired assistant registrar Gerard Phillip just under a year ago.
A Court of Appeal judge has ordered the Government and former Commissioner of Police Francis Forbes to make an interim payment of $12 million to former Deputy Commissioner of Police Owen Clunie.
Local-based Reggae Boyz Jermie Lynch and Evan Taylor believe that faulty shooting cost the team a win against English Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur in their friendly match in The Bahamas on Thursday night.
AFTER SPENDING 28 years in England, Florence Powell returned home with husband Owen in 1992 and is enjoying a new lease on life in Southfield, St Elizabeth, where she is quietly building a solid reputation as a top-class dress designer.
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The city of Montego Bay is poised to sizzle tonight as the bi-annual Off Tha Wall Retro Party takes centrestage at the scenic Pier One Complex on the waterfront.
As announced earlier this month by Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell, the latest regional PetroCaribe meeting, which he attended in Caracas, brought some reassuring news for Jamaicans. Agreements struck at that meeting not only continued, but actually expanded, oil-rich Venezuela's PetroCaribe arrangements with participating countries in the Caribbean.
Oakjam B's proposition 'Jesus was never in Easter' (Gleaner, May 22, 2013) lacks facts or the opinions of authorities and only serves as a 'multum in parvo' to create provocation.
TURNING UP early on Thursday morning, members of the Jones Avenue Community Cadet Corps listened carefully to the instructions of their leaders before eagerly starting renovating their office in Spanish Town, St Catherine.
The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) of the Hanover Fire Department operated for most of 2012 without a functioning ambulance, according to reports.