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Omar McLeod and Elaine Thompson highlight a 30-member (14 males and 16 females) team named by the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) for the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, England. McLeod will be defending his 60m...

The police today questioned the Wolmer’s Boys School student who sent a voice message to a teacher threatening to carry out a shooting at the institution. The Ministry of Education says the 17-year-old was questioned along with his parents by...

The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) says it has temporarily suspended bus service to August Town in St Andrew following this morning’s gun attack in the community. Heavily armed men shot and killed one person and injured two others...

There is now a heavy police-military presence in August Town, St Andrew after one man was killed and two others injured in a gun attack this morning. Dead is 35-year-old David Stewart, a correctional officer said to be attached to the Tower Street...

Last month’s alleged contract killing of a St Andrew businesswoman, in which her husband is implicated, has reportedly reignited interest in a 10-year-old murder case in Florida in the United States. Investigators have charged three people in...

The Government is to spend $19.3 million to build a home for teen moms in St Elizabeth, which will serve the southwest section of the island. The Santa Cruz Outreach Centre will be operated by the Women’s Centre of Jamaica Foundation, an...

Ivan Anderson, the Managing Director of the National Road Operating and Construction Company (NROCC), says a system needs to be introduced to allow toll operators to recover fees from motorists who use the highways without paying. Anderson...

The Supreme Court has granted an order quashing the decision of the Commissioner of Police to discharge Constable Derron Nish from the police force in August 2013 and to refuse him permission to re-enlist in the Jamaica Constabulary Force...

Cabinet is expected to give consent shortly for the release of funds to pay legal fees owed to lawyers for police personnel facing murder charges arising from the so-called death squad cases. The cases, which involve about nine policemen, have...

Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips has accused Prime Minister Andrew Holness of stubbornness and mismanagement as he ripped into his handling of a number of national issues. Speaking at a party meeting in Clarendon last night, Phillips...

The police are to question a man who has turned in himself in relation to the murder of a 14-year-old girl in Granville, St James, on Saturday. The police say Owen Allen, otherwise called ‘Zoo Bug’, of Brown’s Lane, Granville...
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