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The three soldiers charged with the 2010 murder of Keith Clarke will have to stand trial after the Constitutional Court this morning ruled that the immunity certificates granted to them are invalid, null and void.

There is heightened concern for the Jamaican sex offender registry to be publicly accessible after three victims – a daughter, her aunt and, since Sunday, a six-year-old girl – have confessed to being sexually assaulted, years apart, by the same...

The Constitutional Court will this morning rule on the legality of the certificates of immunity granted to three soldiers charged with the 2010 murder of businessman Keith Clarke. Protracted delays in the matter have spanned almost eight years....

The St Andrew North Police are reporting that three suspects are now in custody in relation to a daring murder and shooting in Stony Hill, St Andrew on Wednesday, February 12.According to investigators, one of the three was held in the Stony Hill...

Motorists travelling on Gore Terrace off Constant Spring Road in St Andrew encountered some inconvenience this morning because of a truck that got stuck along the roadway. The truck, laden with sand, was heading towards Wiles Haulage company when...

The distraught mother of Rasheed Bullock, the 14-year-old Meadowbrook High student who became a victim of the ‘tripping jump challenge’ that has gone viral globally, said it was his close friend who lured him to his fall. The prank – which sees...

Government Senator Matthew Samuda has been appointed a Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of National Security.

As the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) continues to gear up for the March 2 by-election in Clarendon South East, leader Andrew Holness has warned supporters not to be complacent as he believes the People’s National Party (PNP) has a hidden hand in the...

People’s National Party (PNP) surrogates last night ripped into the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) and Alando Terrelonge, the current member of parliament for St Catherine East Central, as they formally installed Dr Winston De La Haye to be the PNP’s...

Kari Douglas, the fiery councillor who ditched the People’s National Party (PNP) to join the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) last week, was on the political hustings yesterday in as much a change of colour as tune. Douglas, who was at a JLP Area Council...
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