Olympic champion and world record holder, Usain Bolt’s management team is moving to stem illegal use of the athlete’s name and image.
The Jamaica Teachers Association (JTA) said it would be closing its offices today as a mark of recognition for Jamaica’s Olympic team.
The St. Catherine Parish Council is to undertake a drain cleaning exercise in the flood prone Old Harbour Bay community next week.
Jamaica men’s 4 by 100-metre relay team blazed the track at the Beijing Olympics a short while ago to break another World record in 37.1 seconds.
National Security Minister Colonel Trevor MacMillan is appealing to Jamaicans to support the police in their efforts to bring crime under control.
The liquidator of Cash Plus Limited has posted a public notice advising that the former head of the investment scheme, Carlos Hill has no authority to deal with the company’s assets.
Three men charged with the murder of police constable Andre Chung have been remanded to return to court on September 2.
Two men who were killed by the police in an alleged shoot-out on Kings Avenue in Richmond Park, Kingston 10 last night have still not been identified.
A senior Government Minister has joined in the debate over the actions of Jamaica’s 100 metre record holder Usian Bolt after his golden Olympic run.
Two unidentified men were shot and killed in an alleged shoot-out with the police on Kings Avenue in Richmond Park, Kingston 10 last night.
The driver of a trailer, which was involved in a motor vehicle crash along the Byles Main Road, Kitson Town St. Catherine this morning is now in police custody.
The National Works Agency (NWA) said it is now carrying out more maintenance in the Eastern end of the island as part of its Flood Mitigation Programme.
The Government has announced that it will be expanding the National Health Fund (NHF), in order to deliver better health care services to Jamaicans.
The government is to introduce an incentive scheme for teachers to boost performance in the island’s public schools.
The St. Mary police yesterday charged a man who was allegedly found with an illegal gun and took another into custody for questioning.
The Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (Petrojam) has announced reduced prices for all its products as of today.
The Jamaican Diaspora in the United Kingdom has announced its willingness to partner with the Government and private sector in an effort to invest more in Jamaicans.
Director of Technical Services in the Ministry of Education, Errol Golding, is seeking to assure that most of the nation’s schools are ready for the new school year.
The ministry of education said arrangements are being put in place to have 63 math specialists placed in more than 400 primary schools by October.
Jamaica’s sprint Queen Veronica Campbell-Brown produced a great run this morning to retain her Olympic gold medal at the Beijing Olympics.
Former gang leader Joel Andem, 45, appeared in the Gun Court today, to face charges of shooting with intent and illegal possession of a firearm.
Another member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force has been taken into custody for breaching the Corruption Prevention Act.
The state owned oil refinery Petrojam has announced another reduction in the price petroleum products.
The Transport Ministry has decided to move the administrative offices of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) from its Spanish Town depot to Lyndhurst Road.
The Kendal police in Manchester are searching for three gunmen who were involved in a shooting incident in the parish this morning.