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The Ruel Reid-led Ministry of Education, Youth and Information has launched an investigation into revelations that some secondary schools are collecting fees from parents seeking transfers for their children who sat the Grade Six Achievement Test...

BRAINERD, St Mary:Mother of three Deandra Bonner is desperately in need of help as the rainy season approaches. Living in the deep rural district of Brainerd in St Mary, Bonner...

The National Executive Council (NEC) of the Opposition People's National Party yesterday ended an eight and a half hour meeting with partial acceptance of the report of the Julian Robinson-led committee, which conducted a post-election autopsy of...

More than 95 cases involving cops charged with various crimes, including murder, by the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) are meandering through the court system as several issues delay the quest for justice.This has caused INDECOM...

The Jamaica Constabulary Force is today mourning the fourth cop to be murdered across the island since the start of this year, even as detectives hunt two men who they want for questioning in connection with the latest killing.The body of 52-year-...

Criminals are plaguing residents of the St Peter's Court apartment complex on Tom Redcam Avenue, metres from the Jamaica Defence Force base at Up Park Camp in St Andrew, and the people are growing fearful as the hoodlums defeat a string of new...

Residents of the upscale community of Orange Grove in Stony Hill, St Andrew, have decided to increase the security around their homes after several persons were assaulted recently in one of a series of almost weekly robberies in the area.At least...

The police are keeping a serious watch on sections of three communities in the St Andrew South division, where the threat of gang violence could derail the gains made in reducing crime so far this year."We are not seeing many of our hotspots acting...

Vice-Chancellor of the University of the West Indies Sir Hillary Beckles has warned that every aspect of Caribbean life will be adversely affected by last Thursday's vote by the British to leave the European Union (EU)."From trade relations to...

A British opposition lawmaker says Parliament should stop the "madness" and overturn the result of a referendum calling for Britain to leave the European Union.Labour legislator David Lammy says last...
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