|Boys bounce back - KC students score record passes in CSEC, CAPE subjects
At a time when only 18 per cent of men are matriculating to the University of the West Indies (UWI), more than 200 boys at Kingston College proved that not all men are failing when they scored 100 per cent passes in their CAPE and CSEC examinations....
Bent to act as Commissioner
While the country will have to wait at least another month to know who the next Commissioner of Police will be, the Government confirmed yesterday that Deputy Commissioner Jevene Bent will take temporary command of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF)...
Shaw, Wehby for five-day US visit
Washington, DC: Audley Shaw, the Minister of Finance and the Public Service, and Don Wehby, Minister without Portfolio in the ministry, will arrive in Washington, D.C., today, for a five-day high-level business visit.While in Washington, the two...
'Register or leave' - Charles gives foreign workers without permits 10-day ultimatum
Foreign workers employed in the island without a work permit have been given 10 days to be registered or face deportation, Minister of Labour and Social Security, Pearnel Charles, has warned. Mr. Charles made the announcement yesterday at the weekly post-Cabinet media briefing that...
Revive Boys Scouts, Girls Guides, Cadets - Kerr-Jarrett
WESTERN BUREAU: Grappling with a spiralling murder rate and a nation beset by criminal-minded youths, chairman of the St. James Parish Committee, Mark Kerr-Jarrett, wants a rebirth of the Boys Scouts, Girl Guides and Cadets in primary and secondary schools.
Bob Woolmer coroner's inquest - Heated exchanges highlight day two
GRAPHIC IMAGES, robust jousting between a key witness and the prosecutor, and an embarrassing incident involving a journalist, highlighted yesterday's second day of the Coroner's Inquest into the death of former Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer.
Thursday talk - Hottest topics on the cocktail circuit
Her dishonoured cheques are now showing up on bulletin boards in supermarkets across the city; the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker are all trying to find her as well, as they too have a number of returned cheques ...
Gunmen kill two, injure nine in Waterhouse
Unity Lane and Unity Drive became a divided place in the volatile inner-city community of Waterhouse on Tuesday night.This was after marauding gunmen shot nine men, two fatally, in an audacious attack at the intersection of Unity Lane and Unity Drive in the lower St. Andrew community.