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Published:Friday | March 3, 2017 | 12:00 AM

Prince Harry in Jamaica for wedding

Prince Harry has reportedly touched down on Jamaican soil to attend his best friend, Tom 'Skipp' Inskip's wedding in Montego Bay, St James.

The Prince, who is making his second trip to Jamaica, arrived on the island yesterday. His television-star girlfriend Meghan Markle is expected to arrive before the weekend.

Gleaner sources say that the resort hosting the nuptials has had to sign a non-disclosure agreement and is tight-lipped about the arrangements.

Here is what The Gleaner knows: Tom Inskip is marrying his girlfriend of four years, Laura Hughes-Young. Inskip was one of the last of the bachelors in Harry's group of friends. All the others have become husbands with children, leaving Harry. He met Markle, who plays a leading role in the popular USA series Suits, and they have been dating for the past nine months.

Moravian sex scandal case delayed again

The clergymen involved in the highly talked about sex scandal will have to wait another 12 weeks to find out whether their case will be moved to the Home Circuit Court in Kingston.

The Reverends Dr Paul Gardner and Jermaine Gibson, who appeared before the Manchester Circuit Court yesterday, had their bails extended and are expected to return to court on Wednesday, May 24.

According to attorney-at-law Peter Champagnie, the defence presented some documents to the director of public prosecutions (DPP) and they have requested some time to ventilate them.

Gardner and Gibson were charged with sexual misconduct arising from a series of incidents dating back to 2002.

Teenage girl charged with murder

The Lucea police have charged a 16-year-old girl with the murder of Shaniekey Brown as well as with unlawful wounding.

She is scheduled to appear in the Lucea Family Court today.

Sixteen-year-old Shaniekey Brown, otherwise called 'Ribbon', of Jew Hill, Johnson Town, in Hanover was stabbed and killed during a dispute at a birthday party on Sunday, February 26.