|Criminals on the move - Wrongdoers migrating to other parts of the island from Corporate Area
CRIMINALS ARE migrating from the Corporate Area and surrounding communities, into other parts of the island, creating chaos and mayhem in their wake.
Security beefed up for US tourists
LOCAL TOURISM interests have started to put plans in place to protect American tourists from possible attacks resulting from the United States-led war on Iraq.
Postmaster-General sued - Accused of being 'biased', 'hostile' and 'malicious'
POSTMASTER-GENERAL, Blossom O'Meally-Nelson, has been slapped with a lawsuit in the nation's Supreme Court.
Security tightens at ports
JAMAICA HAS tightened security at its ports of entry in the wake of the United States-led war in Iraq, to detect and prevent any acts of terrorism here.
Remittance unscathed by the war
REMITTANCES, a major source of foreign exchange for the country, (US$1,204.5 million last year) remains unscathed despite the 12-day-old war that is being waged in the Middle East.
Four US soldiers killed in suicide bomb attack
A SUICIDE bomber in a taxi killed four American soldiers in an attack yesterday. Iraq's vice-president identified the bomber as an Iraqi army officer and said suicide attacks will now be "routine military policy".