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AN ATTORNEY for retired Police Commissioner Owen Ellington has revealed that former Prime Minister Bruce Golding has acknowledged that he was the government minister who told the former police chief about communications between Chri-stopher 'Dudus...

A $10.1-million box culvert bridge, constructed in the community of Bigwoods in south-west St Elizabeth, was officially opened yesterday by State Minister for Transport, Works and Housing Richard Azan.The structure, which connects Bigwoods to...

WHILE TOP sleuths attached to the Clarendon Police Division continued yesterday, searching for clues to apprehend the perpetrators of the heart-wrenching killings of three teenage boys and an adult male, at the Monymusk Housing Scheme Wednesday...

THE TEENAGER who was held in connection with the shooting death of 11-month-old Omar Lindo on Charles Street, Kingston on Monday, April 6, has been charged.He is booked to appear in the Half-Way Tree Resident Magistrate's Court on Wednesday, April...

A SIX-year-old boy prances around and plays on a computer tablet at a yard in the Monymusk Housing Scheme in Clarendon, seemingly oblivious to Wednesday night's tragedy that has robbed him of his father, after gunmen snuffed out the life of Marquis...

A $500,000 BOUNTY has been placed on the heads of the gunmen who unleashed a vicious attack on an adult male and three teens in the Monymusk Housing scheme in Clarendon by Police Commissioner Dr Carl Williams, who yesterday visited family members of...

Opposition Spokesman on Science, ICT and Digital Economy Development Dr Andrew Wheatley has asked the Government to consider the roll-out of an initiative which would see many public-sector workers staying home and doing their tasks.In what he...

Persons convicted of possession of small amounts of ganja or for smoking it, prior to October last year, will not have these convictions reflected on their criminal record. This is in keeping with the range of legislative changes that came into...

The St Mary teen who police investigators claim tried to join up with Islamic militants in the Middle East is to remain in custody until next Tuesday.The order was reportedly made by a magistrate at the Family Court yesterday, after an attorney for...

The need for sustained economic growth has been articulated repeatedly by interests in both the private and public sectors. Jamaicans have been told that to help achieve this, the country must stick to the terms and...
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