Regular activities at the Brown’s Town Health Centre in St. Ann are to resume today following a shut down of the facility yesterday.
Jamaicans living in Bermuda and who are considered to be on the island illegally have been given 30 days to leave the country or face deportation.
Motorists will again pay less for gasoline when they go to the pumps today.
The man accused of sexually assaulting and killing a 9-month old baby boy is still to be charged.
A teenager has admitted in a New York court that he shot and killed a Jamaican security guard who confronted a group of egg-throwing youths on Halloween night last year.
The police are still to identify the gunman who was killed after robbing a Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) outlet on Red Hills Road in St. Andrew last night.
The police high command said it could be laying fraud charges against the operators of more investments schemes.
The National Water Commission (NWC) is reporting that repairs to the Jack’s Hill pipeline in St. Andrew have been completed.
Two applications seeking directions from the Supreme Court in relation to investment scheme Cash Plus Limited have been withdrawn.
The unions representing the country’s fire fighters have given the management at the fire brigade with a 14-day ultimatum to respond to a shortage of workers in the organisation.
Public Defender Earl Witter believes it might not be feasible to detain persons accused of serious crimes for up to 60 days in light of the problem of overcrowding in the island’s lock-ups.
The National Works Agency (NWA) said it has completed its cleaning of more than 120 critical drains in flood prone areas across the island.
Prime Minister Bruce Golding ended his visit to the US Capital, Washington D.C with a commitment from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to provide a US$50 million infrastructure and rehabilitation loan.
The Opposition spokesman on Finance, Dr Omar Davies was not satisfied with Mr Shaw’s presentation on the likely impact of the US downturn on Jamaica, today.
Manchester businessman Patrick Thompson today got a six-week stay of execution of a Supreme Court award totaling $30 million.
The Tax Court today threw out the $47 million tax case brought against popular dancehall artiste Moses ‘Beenie Man’ Davis.
The St. Ann Parish Council said it is considering taking legal action against cellular provider Miphone whose contractors have been erecting several cellular towers across the parish.
Transport Minister, Mike Henry is reporting that new employees at the Island Traffic Authority are being threatened when they refuse to accept bribes.
The Finance Minister, Audley Shaw said there should be no worry about Jamaica’s reserve funds being lost in the United States financial meltdown.
The Transport Minister revealed a new driver re-certification system is coming.
The National Works Agency (NWA) is to carry out major road and drainage improvement works along sections of the main road from Adelphi to Kent in St. James.
The Finance Minister announced two international teams are now in Jamaica seeking to advance the administrative tax reform system.
Agriculture Minister Christopher Tufton is seeking to reassure restive sugar workers that they will receive outstanding payments soon.
The police are still awaiting the results of a second post mortem on the body of the little girl suspected to be, that of Ananda Dean, which was found in Belvedere St. Andrew on Sunday.
At least 1,500 workers at the Frome sugar factory in Westmoreland are now protesting over the non-payment of salaries.