|Mob vents anger - Residents flock police station over killing of five; threaten detainee
IN A scene unfamiliar to the town of Morant Bay, St. Thomas, a sea of angry residents yesterday threatened to attack the police station, demanding that the lawmen hand over a man they claimed was responsible for the deaths of the five family members...
Public sector in need of pharmacists
THE PUBLIC health sector is suffering from an acute shortage of pharmacists. The severe dearth in the number of pharmacists has forced at least five Government-run pharmacies across the Corporate Area to shut down their operations.
SW St Andrew proud of Portia - 'We expect a lot of things...improvement and all that'.
MANY RESIDENTS of south west St. Andrew feel a sense of pride and joy that their Member of Parliament, Portia Simpson Miller, has been elected to the top post in the People's National Party (PNP).
... Her birthplace too
SPANISH TOWN, St. Catherine: SEVERAL RESIDENTS of Woodhall District, St. Catherine gave their stamp of approval on People's National Party (PNP) president-elect Portia Simpson Miller, a daughter of the community...
Patterson meets with Parliamentary group - To conclude 'formalities' about naming successor
AS THE Portia Simpson Miller administration takes shape, outgoing prime minister, P.J. Patterson meets this afternoon with government Members of Parliament ahead of advising the Governor-General...
Jamaica Labour Party unfazed by Simpson Miller's victory
Staff Reporter PORTIA SIMPSON Miller's victory as president of the People's National Party (PNP) and Prime Minister-designate, has not shaken the confidence of members of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP).