| Speaker raps MPs - For links with hooligans
SPEAKER OF the House of Representatives, Michael Peart, yesterday gave his colleagues a sharp tongue-lashing for what he said was their association with "hooligan elements" in the society.
More problems hit JPSCo
ANOTHER LABOUR dispute which has developed at the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPSCo) since last weekend is threatening to derail efforts by Minister of Labour and Social Security, Horace Dalley, to resolve the pay issues at the company.
Crime disrupting cultural activities, Chevannes says
THE SCOURGE of crime and violence being experienced islandwide is having a negative impact on activities of the Institute of Jamaica (IOJ)...
PM seeks Seaga's support on hanging
PRIME MINISTER P.J. Patterson has written Opposition Leader Edward Seaga formally inviting the support of the Opposition in a bi-partisan approach to amending the Constitution to allow for the implementation of the death penalty.
Babies burnt to death
A ONE-YEAR-OLD girl and her two-and-a-half-year-old brother were burnt to death when fire of unknown origin destroyed a two-apartment board house in the Waterhouse area of Kingston 11 yesterday morning.
Death pits found
POLICEMEN SEARCHING sections of South West St. Andrew yesterday stumbled on a pit with what they believe are human remains in an open lot on Payne Avenue.