|Dream come true for inner-city youths
It was a miracle on Hanover Street, downtown Kingston, yesterday when the Christmas dreams of five inner-city children came true. The five children, Cindy Hayne, Jaleen and Joshan Anglin, Theo Wilmot and Kiwan Foster were featured in The Gleaner...
'Give cops voter data' - Walker backs enumeration fingerprints in criminal investigations
Director of Elections Danville Walker is backing a potentially controversial proposal to create legislation that would allow the police to use fingerprint data, collected on persons who have been enumerated, to assist...
Two killed in crash
Two persons are dead and two others have been seriously injured following a motor vehicle crash along the Bustamante Highway in Clarendon yesterday afternoon. This pushes the number of road fatalities to at least 348 since the start of the year.
Brisk sales in western Jamaica
Western Bureau: Commercial stakeholders in western parishes are anticipating brisk sales throughout the Yuletide season. President of the Trelawny Chamber of Commerce, Dennis Seivwright, says business is booming in the town of Falmouth...
Shopping tips for Christmas
The Consumer Affairs Commis-sion (CAC) is warning parents to be on the alert this Christmas for unscrupulous persons wandering around aimlessly in shopping malls, parking lots and stores.
Search continues for Lyns' bodies
A team of senior investigators, led by Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Les Green, will continue its search for two barrels at the Martins Hill dump, near Mile Gully in Manchester, which may contain the bodies ...
JHTA backs Cockpit Country protection
WESTERN BUREAU: President of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA), Horace Peterkin, says the organisation is fully behind the group lobbying Government for the protection of the Cockpit Country.
JPS wins appeal against suit
The Jamaica Public Service Company Ltd. (JPS) has won its appeal against a Supreme Court ruling that it should pay $3.8 million to a businesswoman whose house was destroyed by an electrical fire on May 12, 1999.