| Gun bust at wharf - Weapons, ammunition found in shipment from New York
A MULTI-MILLION dollar shipment of guns and ammunition that was destined for the streets of Portland, was intercepted on Monday during an intelligence-driven operation at Berth 5, Kingston Wharf.
New road safety device unveiled
A ROAD safety device to warn motorists about their speed was unveiled yesterday at the launching of World Health Day as Health Minister John Junor disclosed that road traffic injuries are now the most costly medical concern locally.
Minister warns of fire service cuts
PORTIA SIMPSON Miller, Minister of Local Government, Community Development and Sport, yesterday warned that the Fire Department could see job cuts and the closure of fire stations, resulting from what she said was a more than $600.
Clampdown on 'bus sex'
THE MINISTRY of Transport and Works is threatening to revoke the licences and sub-licences of operators of public passenger vehicles which it said condoned sexual activity among school children and adults travelling on buses.
Peter Henry Stewart laid to rest
GOOD, HUMBLE and selfless were some of the adjectives used to describe Peter Henry Stewart, co-founder of Supreme Ventures Ltd., at his thanksgiving service held yesterday at the Stella Maris Church in St. Andrew.