| Media blockade - Journalists barred from Opposition conference room at Gordon House
Restrictions against journalists covering Parliament intensified during yesterday's sitting of the Senate when police barred reporters from gaining access to the Opposition's conference room.
Cult activity at Fort Augusta
Wounds that are self-inflicted, and the use of blood to paint their bodies, are just some of the strange happenings now taking place at the Fort Augusta Prison in St. Catherine, where a group of fierce inmates are believed to be involved...
Regional health authorities not such a good idea - Public Defender
Government may need to rethink its use of regional health authorities, according to recently appointed Public Defender, Earl Whitter.
Sunset law soon to see light of day
The sunset Legislation for Cricket World Cup 2007, was yesterday passed in the Senate, meaning the Governor-General's assent is all that is required to bring it into law before the November 1 deadline.
Teen arrested after broadcasting video footage
In what could be a first for criminal naivety, a British teenager was arrested after his friends recorded video footage of him committing a street robbery, using their cellular phones.
Fifth person arrested for murder of J'can-born man
British police yesterday charged a fifth person with the murder of a Jamaican-born man four years ago.
Welsh retrial date set for November
People's National Party activist, 59-year-old Milton 'Tony' Welsh who is facing a second trial for the murder of 22-year-old Damion Hussey, of Golden Spring, St. Andrew, is to return to the Home Circuit Court...