Popular deejay Sheldon ‘Aidonia’ Lawrence is to appear in the Half Way Tree court tdoay to answer to gun related charges.
Permanent Secretary in the Justice Ministry, Carol Palmer, said the government is planning to build a regional divisional court complex at Kingsland in Manchester.
Prime Minister, Bruce Golding has ordered the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM), to review the national disaster preparedness plan.
Peoples National Party (PNP), councillors in the Portmore Municipality won control of all six committees within the council.
The St. Ann Parish Council is moving to cut the losses it has incrred from the operation of some public facilities in the parish.
The Office of the Prime Minister said the framework for a single National Planning and Environment Agency (NEPA) could be developed by year end.
The Auditor General has identified breaches in the operations at Jamaica Customs.
The Court of Appeal has ordered that only 17 of the 26 accounts linked to Cash Plus Limited at the National Commercial Bank (NCB) be closed.
The church has rejected suggestions for the government to legalise casino gambling in Jamaica.
St. Catherine police are probing whether last night’s murder of a 56 year old man is linked to the killing of his two sons who were among the most wanted.
Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) has ordered an internal investigation into the controversial Cuban light bulb project.
Three brothers were shot and injured in an incident, reported to be a domestic dispute, on Hill Avenue off Olympic Way in Kingston today.off Olympic Way in Kingston today.
Dutch Investigators probing the controversial Trafigura donation to the Peoples National Party (PNP) are expected to return to the island to question members of the party in February.
The Auditor General said the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) could face legal sanctions for not paying millions of dollars in statutory deductions.
Attorney Owen Crosbie urged Prime Minister, Bruce Golding to extend the consultation period for the review of Jamaica\'s libel and slander laws.
Labour Minister, Pearnel Charles said a new work permit system will be implemented on February 4.
A woman is now in police custody following the seizure of an illegal gun in Greater Portmore, St. Catherine.
The Jamaica Urban Transport Company (JUTC) is pondering whether to make the positions of 400 employees redundant, if the proposed voluntary redundancy does not work.
The Government has ordered that the former caretaker for Independence Park in Black River, St. Elizabeth be reinstated.
The first of two Town Hall meetings to discuss the review of Jamaica\'s libel and slander laws is scheduled for today.
A Chinese delegation is expected in the island today to continue discussions with government regarding the rehabilitation of Jamaica’s railway services.
Negotiations between Air Jamaica and the National Workers Union (NWU) are scheduled to begin at the Finance Ministry on January 23.
People’s National Party (PNP) has pushed back the date for selecting a new general secretary.
The police are still questioning a number of persons including two women who were taken into custody during an operation in Tivoli Gardens, West Kingston yesterday.
President of the Incorporated Masterbuilders Association of Jamaica, Michael Archer, said the increased price of cement has pushed the price of building materials to alarming levels.