A 48 hour curfew imposed on sections of St. James since Sunday is expected to end at 3pm this afternoon.
Shadow Energy Minister for Jamaica, Phillip Paulwell and his deputy Kern Spencer have stepped down as Opposition Spokesmen on Energy with immediate effect.
It’s now official! The Horace Burrell led administration of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) has terminated the contract of the Reggae Boys Technical Director, Mr. Bora Milutinovic.
A man driving a Ministry of Health pick-up, hit Nathan Watson, an employee of the Credit Union League from his bike
Several communities in St. Thomas are now flooded following persistent rains last night into this morning.
Jamaican Asafa Powell set a new men\'s world 100m record of 9.74sec at the IAAF Grand Prix at Rieti, Italy, on Sunday.
St. Lucia\'s Prime Minister, Sir John Compton, died last night. See details in tomorrow\'s Gleaner.
High winds extending from the eyewall of the dangerous Hurricane Dean are battering the south of the island.
Powerful tropical storm force winds have started to hit the eastern parishes of Portland and St. Thomas as the centre of the dangerous Hurricane Dean moves closer to Jamaica.
Tropical Storm Force winds associated with Hurricane Dean are now bearing down on the eastern parishes of Portland and St. Thomas.
Weather forecasters are reporting that the center of Hurricane Dean is now just 150 miles away from Kingston.
More Beenie and D\'Angel drama unfolded this afternoon in full view of scores of onlookers
Prime Minister names date at People\'s National Party (PNP) rally tonight
The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) is still trying to determine what caused an islandwide loss
The police high command has finally confirmed that Pakistan Coach Bob Woolmer was not murdered
Three persons were involved in an accident along East Street, just outside The Gleaner Company’s back delivery gate this morning. According to eyewitnesses...
At least two persons have been confirmed dead and six others admitted to hospital
The body of murdered Pakistan cricket team coach Bob Woolmer was today ordered by Coroner Patrick Murphy to be returned to his family in South Africa.
TWO persons have been confirmed dead and at least one other injured after police and gunmen clashed in Denham Town, West Kingston earlier today, crippling commercial activities in that part of the city.
Director of communications at the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), Karl Angell, confirmed late Thursday evening that former Pakistan cricket team coach Bob Woolmer was murdered
Gas Stations across the island are being bombarded as frantic motorists scurry to get fuel
A high-ranking police officer in the Jamaica Constabulary Force has confirmed to The Gleaner that Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer was strangled to death