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Gleaner photojournalist Winston Sill has died. Sill died in hospital earlier today after a period of illness. He was 73. "Sill’s passing is a real loss to The Gleaner’s editorial department and by extension the thousands of...

Former world 100m champion Yohan Blake clocked 10.27 today to finish behind Churandy Martina at the Dutch Athletics Championships in Amsterdam. Blake, along with his Racers Track Club team-mate Warren Weir, is looking to sharpen up ahead of the...

More than 230 motorists were today issued with traffic tickets for breaches of the Road Traffic Act as the police step up their presence on the roads for the holiday period. Head of the Police Traffic Division, Senior Superintendent Calvin Allen,...

More than 230 persons have been issued with traffic tickets today for breaches of the Road Traffic Act as the police step up their presence on the roads for the holiday period. Head of the Police Traffic Division, Senior Superintendent Calvin Allen...

LONDON (AP): An experimental Ebola vaccine tested on thousands of people in Guinea seems to work and might help shut down the waning epidemic in West Africa, according to interim results from a study published today. There is currently no licensed...

A section of the Norman Manley Boulevard in Negril Westmoreland is to be closed intermittently for a week beginning on Monday. The NWA says the roadway, in the vicinity of Wavz Beach, will be closed between 12 and...

Jamaica could have another commercial bank in the near future. General Manager of the Jamaica National Building Society, Earl Jarrett says the company has now received a no objection letter from the Bank of Jamaica to its application for a...

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) has received $80 million from the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment, through the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), which will go towards purchasing and repairing JCF vehicles used in resort areas. Forty-five-...

The Ministry of Labour and Social Security is urging persons to immediately report to the police any one offering farm work placement in exchange for money. According to the ministry, there are no fees attached to the application forms for the...

A Trafficking in Persons (TIP) curriculum is to be implemented in schools this September. The curriculum was handed over to the Ministry of Education last November, by the National Task Force Against Trafficking in Persons. Chairman of the task...
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