Sun | Feb 19, 2017

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The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) seems set to get its first female commissioner in its 150th year of operation.Sunday Gleaner sources say the Police Service Commission is poised to announce that Acting Police Commissioner Novelette Grant has...

The leadership of the police force is getting increasingly frustrated over the recent increase in the number of fictitious stories (fake news) being posted on social media, and the public panic they have caused.Already stretched thin by the number...

With domestic disputes contributing to between 35 and 37 per cent of the 151 murders committed in the first 41 days of this year, the Police High Command has vowed that a recent initiative to get Jamaicans to partner to fight this scourge will not...

WESTERN BUREAU:Come Monday, Falmouth's mayor, Councillor Colin Gager, will be pulling out all the stops to ensure that the promise he made in his inauguration speech, that he will be putting an end to vending in the town's historic Water Square, is...

Cohesive family structures and greater consultative efforts on the part of the Government is what is needed to remedy the upsurge in violence against women and children in particular, according to high-ranking members of the local Muslim community."...

Delroy Williams, mayor of Kingston, is expecting that the long-awaited restoration of the 105-year-old Ward Theatre in downtown Kingston will be realised by May of this year.In an interview with The Gleaner following the Kingston and St Andrew...

Lawyers representing the principal in the construction firm that got the largest payout from the Government's $600-million de-bushing programme went to...

Western Bureau:It could take as long as six months for normality to return to the Cornwall Regional Hospital (CRH) in Montego Bay, St James, which has been operating below capacity since Monday because of a problematic ventilation system that has...

Sociologist Dr Orville Taylor has accused the trade union movement of betraying its legacy in failing to provide the country with the next tier of political leaders.Jamaican trade unions have strong historical links with politics and consistently...

Some 3,000 business process outsourcing (BPO) jobs are expected to be created from the construction of a building at the Portmore Informatics Park (PIP) in St Catherine, a move Prime Minister Andrew Holness said would help to reduce crime."...
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