| Court of Appeal orders retrial in murder case
THE COURT of Appeal has ordered that Barrington Munroe, 35, shopkeeper of Gordon Pen, Spanish Town, St. Catherine must face a second trial because of deficiencies in the judge's summation to the jury.
Fishermen to feel ripple of US Act
FISHERMEN WHO process fish on their vessels and sell it for export will also be affected by the new United States Bioterrorism Act, but fisheries experts say they are still studying the full implications.
J'cans urged to 'put brakes' on road fatalities
THE NATIONAL Road Safety Council (NRSC) has identified road fatalities as the second leading cause of sudden deaths in Jamaica, behind homicides.
Thirty-eight years since Selassie's death - Rastas need to stop dreaming
OVER 50 years ago I broke into print when I penned an angry letter to The Gleaner's stable-mate, The Star, in an effort to defend the views of Jamaicans of African descent who were desirous of emigrating to the African continent.
Court of Appeal overturns US bid to extradite J'can
THE COURT of Appeal has ruled that Delroy Boyd, 46, should not be extradited to the United States to face drug charges.
Caribbean clergymen robbed at gunpoint
WHILE CLERICS were meeting in a pastor's office to discuss violence, two criminals walked in and robbed several Caribbean clergymen, at gunpoint, in Newark last week.