|Focus on gun flows - Phillips vows more action, police seize more bullets
POLICE YESTERDAY seized dozens of rounds of high-powered ammunition on the same day National Security Minister Dr. Peter Phillips said he was dissatisfied with efforts to curb the frequency with which illegal guns and ammunition reach...
New Kgn rat plague shocks health dept
THE MINISTRY of Health is expressing shock at recent reports that rats have been invading food establishments in New Kingston. Everton Baker, acting director of the Kingston and St. Andrew Health Department...
Student stabbed to death
AN 18-YEAR-OLD was yesterday stabbed to death by a group of students from the Donald Quarrie High School at the Harbour View Shopping Centre, east Kingston, the Constabulary Communication Network (CCN) has confirmed.
Phillips promises vehicles for cops - Force embarks on $million mobilisation
MINISTER OF National Security Dr. Peter Phillips on Wednesday outlined Government's commitment to acquire more than $200 million in equipment to improve the mobility of the Police Force.
Spouses, shareholders could lose visas too
SUPERCLUBS' ZEIN Issa-Nakash points out that not all the chain's properties in Cuba are at the centre of the dispute. "The discussions with the State Department involve only one property," she told The Gleaner last night.
JUTC passenger flows dip
THE JAMAICA Urban Transit Company (JUTC) has recorded a 13 per cent decline in passenger trips but has managed to garner a 25 per cent increase in revenue for the first quarter of 2004.