|Scotland Yard called in - Team to review Woolmer investigation - Will work alongside Operation Kingfish
Police Commissioner Lucius Thomas has sought the advice of a team of Scotland Yard detectives, who were expected to arrive in the island between last night and this morning, to assist with the Bob Woolmer murder...
Man dies in blast first day on the job
It should have been Milton McDonald's first day at work on Monday. However, the 21-year-old wanted to properly understand his tasks as a mason, so he turned out a day early on the job yesterday at the Free Form Factory, 6 Nanse Pen Road, off Spanish Town Road in Kingston.
T&T man sentenced to death for killing Jamaican friend
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad: KELLOY Koon Koon was sentenced to death yesterday for the murder of his 'good friend' Mark Brown, whom he shot twice in the neck shortly after Brown bought doubles (a Trinidadian delicacy) for them to eat.Brown was shot while...
Smooth sailing for transport hub - Half-Way Tree centre may beat Oct deadline
Transport and Works Minister, Robert Pickersgill, says the new transportation centre in Half-Way Tree, St. Andrew, could be ready before the October completion date.
Linux and Dell shut the Windows?
Computer giant Dell announced Thursday that it is to start selling PCs pre-installed with the Linux operating system - a freely availabl to Microsoft Windows.Vista, the latest edition of Windows, currently retails in Jamaica for...
Enumeration deadline expires today
New applicants, numbering 31,571, have been registered as at March 24, to get their names on the May 31 voters' list.The Electoral Office of Jamaica's (EOJ) one-day extended deadline for persons to be added to the...
Four students remanded
Four Kingston Technical High School students on charges of unlawful wounding were remanded when they appeared in the Half-Way Tree Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday.They are to return to court on April 17.The four - all 18-year-olds - were charged...
BVI imposes visa regime on Jamaicans
The Government of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has advised that Jamaican passport holders will require a visa to visit that country as of tomorrow, April 1.