| US moving to track visitors - Fingerprinting on entry, exit 'immigration' planned
COME WEDNESDAY, December 31, the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will be implementing its 'US-VISIT' programme to enable it to effectively track visitors to the country.
Heavy rains flood Ocho Rios
HEAVY RAINFALL in St. Ann on Saturday resulted in several roads being blocked and the flooding of several business places. In some areas the water supply was affected.
GLEANER HONOUR AWARD NOMINEE - Dr Figueroa is no pushover
TODAY WE continue to profile the 2003 nominees for the prestigious Gleaner Honour Award. Dr. Peter Figueroa is the nominee for Health.
2004 will be brighter - PM
WESTERN BUREAU: PRIME MINISTER P.J. Patterson says there are signs that the Jamaican economy is on the rebound, suggesting that 2004 could be a lot brighter for the people of Jamaica.
MP charged with assault
ON SATURDAY, the Central Village police, south central St. Catherine, charged Everald Warmington, Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Member of Parliament (MP) for St. Catherine South-west, with assault occasioning actual bodily harm.