|Mobs cry for blood - Robber killed by angry Gordon Town residents
PLAGUED BY car thefts, residents of Cornfield in Gordon Town, rural St. Andrew, yesterday morning attacked five would-be-robbers, resulting in the death of one. This action is the latest manifestation of vigilante justice...
Analyse sex tourism, says JLP shadow Cabinet
AS PART of the initiatives to tackle the problem of human trafficking, the Bruce Golding-led Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) shadow Cabinet wants the Government to undertake an analysis of Jamaica's sex tourism sector.
Super Plus launches new Graduate Research Grant - To be awarded every two years to first or second-year science student at UWI
WAYNE CHEN, chief executive officer of the Super Plus Food Stores, yesterday signed an agreement with officials of the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, to launch the new 'Super Plus Graduate Research Grant'.
Pregnant Antiguean teens barred from graduation ceremony
ST JOHN'S, Antigua, CMC: THERE HAS been mixed reaction to the decision by the authorities of a secondary school in Antigua to prevent four students from attending their graduation ceremony due to pregnancy.
Cabbie shot, burnt after car explodes
YESTERDAY WAS a frustrating one for Superintendent Newton Amos. The usually confident head of St. Andrew South Police Division bemoaned the lack of resources which is hampering his team's ability to battle the growing crime...
Money laundering amendment scrapped
THE CONTROVERSIAL money laundering amendment legislation that sparked outcry late last year has been scrapped. The legislation had come under intense scrutiny ...
Negril mourns Rotarian's murder
WESTERN BUREAU: THE RESORT town of Negril, Westmoreland, is now in mourning following the brutal murder of 57-year-old retired banker Gary Ceasar, whose body was found in the West End area on Monday.
Ministry warns public about counterfeit pension vouchers
THE MINISTRY of Labour and Social Security said that 'unscrupulous persons' are producing counterfeit National Insurance Scheme (NIS) pension vouchers and are attempting to encash them at post offices and at branches of the National Commercial Bank.