| Children's homes report DISTURBING - Document to be tabled in Parliament today
THE REPORT on children's homes and places of safety promises to be disturbing, but the Government says it will not flinch in addressing recommendations to deal with the problems affecting the wards.
Street people issue goes int'l
WESTERN BUREAU: JAMAICA'S ILL treatment of its street people has caught the eye of the international community, and over the next three months, the matter will be placed even more forcefully before the international community.
Two more killed in Mtn View
THE SECURITY forces instituted a curfew in the lower Mountain View Avenue area of East Kingston last night, after two more persons were killed and two wounded in a daring daylight attack on a house at 90 Mountain View Avenue.
Cops under probe in Tinson Pen drama
A SUB-OFFICER and a police constable attached to the St. Andrew South Police Division were taken into custody yesterday in connection with Sunday's gunfight and the seizure of an aircraft at the Tinson Pen Aerodrome, south west St Andrew.
Teen killing shocks community
WESTERN BUREAU: GLOOM AND shock now blanket the community of Lottery in St. James following last Saturday's stabbing death of 14-year-old Nicholas Harvey, allegedly by a 13-year-old girl neighbour.
Privy Council rules in favour of Abrahams
THE JUDICIAL Committee of the Privy Council, Jamaica's final appellate court, has given its decision in the long-standing libel case between The Gleaner Company and Anthony Abrahams. The Privy Council upheld the judgment of the Court of Appeal of Jamaica.