Sixteen year-old Clayton Walker, a student of the Little London High School in Westmoreland was shot dead by gunmen at Delve Land in the parish yesterday.
A 19-year-old youth was electrocuted on a football field at West Main Drive in Marverly, Kingston 20 yesterday.
The Seaview Gardens Police seized an illegal shotgun at Phase Two, Seaview Gardens, Kingston 11. Two men were taken into custody in relation to the seizure.
A man was electrocuted on a football field at West Main Drive, Marverly, Kingston 20.
The mayor of Kingston Desmond McKenzie is accusing a cellular phone company of engaging a don to circumvent the law in erecting cell towers.
The Court of Appeal is to provide its much anticipated written judgement in the Vaz/Dabdoub dual citizenship case today.
Today is the deadline for investors to submit their bids to acquire Jamaica’s sugar assets.
The Gleaner/ Power 106 News has learnt that Pat Rousseau has resigned as the chairman of the board of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (NRCA).
Contractor General Greg Christie yesterday said he is standing by his findings into his probe at Caymanas Track Limited.
Former government officials who still have their diplomatic or official passports were ordered to return them.
Kingston’s Mayor Desmond McKenzie named several developers of residential properties in the Corporate Area who are in breach of the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation’s (KSAC) building codes.
The Director of Economic Policy and Research at the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) has resigned.
The Peoples National Party (PNP) claimed that information released by the JLP regarding its members named as still having diplomatic passports in their possession was inaccurate.
President of The National Transport Cooperative Society (NTCS), Ezroy Millwood proposed that the Government reconsider any plans to ban audio equipment in taxis and buses.
Senior Puisne Judge Marva McIntosh, criticised the recurring practice by the Correctional facilities of not providing lunch for prisoners who attend trial.
The following is a press release from the Press Association of Jamaica (PAJ) following a meeting it had with the commissioner of police to discuss the relationship between the media and the police.
The City Centre Police are investigating the death of a 78 year old man whose body was found in a swimming pool at his apartment at Ocean Towers, Downtown, Kingston this morning.
Finance Minister Audley Shaw has called for permanent secretaries to
The Kingston Central Police are yet to establish a motive for murder of a 55-year-old contractor at Regent Street, Kington 4 last night.
Investigators are probing a double murder in Dias, Hanover this morning.
Another set of Jamaican workers is now in the United States under the Labour Ministry’s overseas work programme.
The Education Ministry is seeking to assure parents that this year’s sitting of the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) will not be affected by its new literacy test policy.
Four persons from Dias district, Hanover were shot, two fatally by gunmen in the community this morning.
Former Prime Minister PJ Patterson has weighed in on the dual citizenship debate.