| A bloody June - 150 murdered in 30 days - St Mary couple killed
AS A Cabinet sub-committee gets ready to meet this morning to deal with issues relating to crime and public order, the police are reporting that last month was the bloodiest in the last 30 years of Jamaica's history.
Montego Bay hotelier repeats call for casino
WESTERN BUREAU: MONTEGO BAY hotelier and president of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA) Godfrey Dyer has restated his case for casino gambling to be introduced in the tourist industry.
Judge to rule in police election Wednesday
MR. JUSTICE Bryan Sykes (acting) will give his decision on Wednesday in the motion brought by a group of inspectors who are challenging the appointment of the Inspectors' Branch Board of the Jamaica Police Federation.
ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada: OUTGOING Caribbean Community (CARICOM) chairman and Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Baldwin Spencer...
Warders case for review
MORE THAN 70 prison warders, who have been on interdiction at quarter pay since January 2000, may soon see some closure to their predicament as the Department of Correctional Services...
World Cup Cricket - Ja may host finals
ALLOY LEQUAY, chief executive of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board, said he expects the 2007 Cricket World Cup (CWC) finals to be played either in Jamaica or Barbados.