The Police High Command is reminding Insurance Companies and individuals with unclaimed vehicles at police stations islandwide that they have until Saturday to claim these vehicles.
A team of investigators in St. Elizabeth is trying to determine the cause of several bush fires in the parish yesterday.
A regional institute for the training of supervisory staff in the tourism and hospitality industry is to be established in Jamaica next year.
A teenager is dead and another in police custody following a stabbing incident in St. Ann’s Bay, St. Ann yesterday evening.
Firefighters in St. Elizabeth were still working to put out several bush fires in sections of the parish late last night.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Dr. Ken Baugh is to chair the 24th special meeting of the CARICOM Council for Trade and Economic Development in Nassau Bahamas today.
The police have charged two persons including a woman for possession of an illegal firearm.
A woman who went to drop off her two children at a primary school in St. Catherine was shot dead at the gate of the school by an unknown assailant this morning.
Prime Minister Bruce Golding has won the appeal in the case involving the dismissal of the former members of the Public Service Commission (PSC).
The Spanish Town police are still to locate the driver of the truck, which was the cause of an accident in the Bog Walk Gorge last week.
Taxpayers have less than two weeks to file their Income Tax Returns before the March 15 deadline.
The St. Catherine North police are investigating the circumstances, which led to the death of an unemployed man in Spanish Town last night.
The National Council of Taxi Associations (NCTA) is taking issue with a decision by the Transport Authority to refer its application for a fare increase to the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR).
Several workers at the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC), whose positions were made redundant last month, are to receive their redundancy packages today.
Several organisations will participate tomorrow in a march across the Corporate Area and St. Catherine as part of the activities to mark Peace Day.
A 26 year old barber was shot and killed and another man shot and injured at a barber shop at Slipe Pen Road in Kingston yesterday.
A 24 year old man was reportedly killed while playing a game of dominoes in Bushy Park, Clarendon last night.
The National Workers Union (NWU) has served a representational rights claim on Jamaica Aluminum Company (JAMALCO).
The National Housing Trust (NHT) introduced its Cluster Housing policy allowing individuals to collaborate and buy a single parcel of land then subdivide it.
The National Works Agency (NWA) said it would be implementing traffic changes today in Stony Hill St. Andrew to facilitate repaving of the road.
The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) signed a multi-million dollar media rights deal to distribute television coverage to the Indian sub-continent and the United Kingdom.
Health and Environment Minister Rudyard Spencer said security at the Bellevue hospital in Kingston would be increased following a robbery at the facility on Wednesday night.
Today is the last day for all early childhood institutions to get registered with the Ministry of Education.
The police in Runaway Bay, St. Ann yesterday seized 14 rounds of ammunition in the Mount Edgecombe community.
Transport and Works Minister, Mike Henry said plans are underway to relocate the fishing village, which was previously located at the Portmore Causeway in St. Catherine