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The People’s National Party (PNP) has joined with the citizens of the world who have been expressing their revulsion and abhorrence at the killing of George Floyd by the police in Minnesota in the United States. The PNP says it will continue...

The Duhaney Park Police are hunting the perpetrators involved in the killing of a man as he sat in his vehicle on Harwood Drive in Washington Gardens, St Andrew on Tuesday. The police report that the deceased, 34-year-old Paul Miller of a Kingston...

Thirty-two-year-old Nicardo Skinner otherwise called ‘Rickie’, of Top Hill district, Clarks Town in Trelawny has been charged with illegal possession of firearm and ammunition following the seizure of a handgun on Tuesday. The...

HELLO MI neighbour! If your presence in your neighbourhood is not a positive factor, it is either of two things: you are misplaced or you have not achieved ‘neighbourhood’ (will explain below). Unless this matter is addressed promptly and...

Karl Samuda, the minister with responsibility for education has sought to explain why his ministry accepted a request by the Caribbean Examinations Council to bring forward the date for external exams. More than a week ago, Samuda had said the...

Jamaica has recorded two more COVID cases related to the Alorica call centre in Portmore, St Catherine increasing the country's confirmed tally to 590. Both are from the parish of St Catherine.  In the meantime, there were 34 more...

More than two and a half years after efforts by the Jamaica Railway Corporation (JRC) to restart commercial operations crashed, Minister of Transport and Mining Robert Montague has signalled the government’s intention to get the trains up and running again.  

Despite implementing water restrictions in sections of the Corporate Area, president of the National Water Commission (NWC) Mark Barnett today disclosed that the drought has not affected the entity as much as it did in the last two years. “...

The Ministry of Tourism has provided 10,000 masks for frontline industry workers as part of safeguards against the novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) when the sector reopens. The masks, one element of the personal protective equipment used...

Policemen Kevin Shirley and Mark Williams are challenging the constitutionality of their appeal being held via the Zoom online platform.
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