The prime minister says the Government is considering privatizing local post offices.
A security guard contracted to Sovereign Plaza in Kingston 6 is now in police custody after he stabbed another man yesterday.
A motorcyclist was shot and killed by another on the Retreat main road, in Little London, shortly before 10 p.m. on Wednesday.
One man was shot dead and another shot and injured by gunmen at the intersection of Falmouth East and Timbrella Way, Waterford, St. Catherine on Wednesday night.
A motorcyclist was shot dead by a man on another motorcycle on the Retreat main road, Little London, Westmoreland on Wednesday night.
An 18- year-old man, who allegedly aimed a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol at members of a police team at Drummond Street, Hannah Town, Kingston on Wednesday was fatally shot by the police.
A 39-year-old man was shot and killed by one of a group of men at Orange Street, downtown Kingston on Wednesday.
An altercation between a security guard and a 30-year-old man at Sovereign Plaza, Hope Road, Kingston 6 yesterday left the man dead and the security guard in police custody.
The Prime Minister Bruce Golding says the Government has taken steps to ensure that Jamaican students in the swine flu-ravaged Mexico are safe.
There are reports this morning of a possible swine flu case in The Bahamas.
The island’s nurses are to meet with the Government today to discuss their reclassification dispute.
The Prime Minister has defended his decision to go to the Sangster International Airport during the recent hostage situation there.
Labour Minister Pearnel Charles is to make a statement in Parliament today amid heightened concern about the delay in increasing the minimum wage.
The Government has halted the issuance of licenses to new businesses to operate as used car dealers.
There is good news this morning for investors of the failed Cash Plus investment scheme.
Olympic Triple gold medalist Usain Bolt has been released from hospital with minor injuries after his Highway 2000 road traffic crash.
Finance Minister Audley Shaw has invited the Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ) for talks tomorrow morning to settle their reclassification dispute.
The Health Ministry is to spend $12M to import more drugs and launch a public education campaign to prevent the swine flu from spreading to Jamaica.
Transport Minister Mike Henry has indicated that taxi operators will not be granted a fare increase.
Gas prices will go down for a second week.
The South East Regional Health Authority said an influx in violent injuries have seriously affected scheduled surgeries at the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH).
Hostages and members of the crew aboard CanJet flight 918 which was invaded by a gunman at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, on April 19, are expected back on the island to participate in an identification parade tomorrow.
The Minister of Industry and Commerce, Karl Samuda, is now making his contribution to the Budget debate in Gordon House.
World triple gold medallist Usain Bolt has been involved in a car accident on Highway 2000.
The police are reporting that the sporadic roadblocks in protest against the imposition of the additional tax on gas have now ended.