Police Corporal Peter Salkey and another man are hospitalised after gunmen attacked them on a church compound in Westmoreland last night.
A team of Japanese engineers from Tokyo Electric Power Company are in the island, assessing the transmission and distribution operations of the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS).
The Grants Pen Police believe arson was the cause of a fire, which destroyed the second floor of a two-storey building at Upper Waterloo Road, Kingston 8 yesterday.
The Ministry of Labour is continuing discussions with management team of the St. Catherine branch of the National Irrigation Commission (NIC), in an effort to resolve a dispute between fortnightly paid workers.
The St. Catherine North Police are hunting gunmen who killed two men and injured another on St. John’s Road in the parish yesterday.
The Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (Petrojam), announced a range of price increases effective today.
Transport Minister Mike Henry reports the Mount Rosser segment of the Ocho Rios leg of Highway 2000 is on target.
Residents in Salem/Runaway Bay, St Ann are seeking the help of Works Minister, Mike Henry to have faulty road construction work in the area corrected.
Several murders and shootings took place across the nation yesterday.
The Office of the Contractor General is recommending a strengthening of due diligence systems to prevent the influence of the political directorate on the administrative arm of government.
The Prime Minister, Bruce Golding has outlined several issues to be considered in the reform of Jamaica’s local government system.
The driver implicated in Sunday’s death of a four year old girl on Manning’s Hill Road in St. Andrew is to appear in the Half Way Tree criminal court today.
The Mayor of Lucea, Lloyd Hill said a Stop Order was placed on all burials at the Royale Rest Cemetery in Burnt Ground, Hanover.
A man who allegedly, robbed, shot and injured two persons on Ricketts Terrace, Kingston 13 was killed yesterday.
Former People’s National Party politician Dr. Jephtha Ford is to return to the Gun Court on June 2, to face charges of assault, illegal possession of a firearm, and ammunition.
Members of the Internal Audit Unit of the University of Technology (UTECH), who were sent on leave last week, have resumed their duties at the University.
Spanish Ambassador to Jamaica, Jesus Silva has announced a group of Spanish investors are to undertake a major project in health tourism later this year, in Jamaica.
The Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ) will not be participating in the third Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for public sector workers, currently being negotiated.
The Supreme Court could make a determination in the election petition hearing involving Member of Parliament (MP) for Western Portland, Daryl Vaz today.
The driver implicated in yesterday’s motor vehicle accident on the Nelson Mandela Highway, which left an elderly woman dead could face prosecution.
Parliament is being asked to remove the power of the police to seize the vehicles belonging to route taxi operators who do not have the required road licence.
Embattled investment scheme, Cash Plus Limited has lost another round in its legal battle against the National Commercial Bank (NCB).
The Government and the Opposition have agreed to establish several bi-partisan committees to review and report on critical national issues.
The Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) is supporting measures announced by the Education Ministry to address the growing problem of violence in schools.
The state owned oil refinery Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (Petrojam) announced increased prices for some of its petroleum products effective today.