The police have placed a stop order on a constable believed to be involved in the abduction of a 14-year-old girl from Harbour View, Kingston.
The police have detained the leader of the Rat Bat gang in Spanish Town, St Catherine. He was taken into custody along with 52 other persons during an early-morning police/military operation
IN A departure from the church’s conservative position, at least one religious organization has endorsed the broad provisions in the Termination of Pregnancy Act, otherwise called the abortion law.
The Opposition has renewed its call for more information on the dismissal of the board of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC).
Jamaica\'s Opposition leader, Mrs Simpson-Miller says all sectors of the society should also hold talks with the security forces on the matter.
48-year-old police constable Newton Bentley who is attached to Mobile Reserve, Harman Barracks has been freed of charges of carnal abuse and indecent assault.
The police in Clarendon are still to determine the motive for the shooting death of a 29 year old man at Little Avenue, Western Park in the parish last evening.
The police are appealing to motorists to avoid use of the Charlton Drive, Benson Road and Grants Pen Road Fords in St Andrew because they are flooded.
The National Works Agency (NWA) is reporting that some main roads in Portland, St. Andrew, St. Thomas and St. Catherine have been blocked.
Motorists are to get the biggest gas price cut effective today.
27 year old Camesha Blake of Greater Portmore, St. Catherine is to serve her six-year prison term for illegal possession of firearm and ammunition.
Two men charged in connection with the deaths of an elderly couple in Clarendon are to appear in the May Pen Resident Magistrate’s court today.
Cabinet has approved $425 million restructuring exercise for the agriculture ministry.
The police constable implicated in the abduction of a 14 year old girl from her house in St. Andrew last week is expected to face an identification parade today.
Lisa Gouldbourne, the sister of the missing Harbour View teen Jhaneel this morning appealed for anyone with information to come forward.
The police have released the name of the suspect being sought in connection with the October 19 rape of a 12 year old girl from Portmore, St. Catherine.
Prime Minister Bruce Golding said the Sexual Offences Bill would be brought before Parliament for deliberation before the end of next month.
Detectives from the Clarendon Crime Unit have charged two men for the murder of a couple at their home in Clarendon Park on Saturday, September 27.
Prime minister Bruce Golding has disclosed that the government is working to have the Sexual Offences Bill passed into law before the end of the year.
Meanwhile opposition Member of Parliament for South Central St Catherine Sharon Haye Webster has called for the government to implement adequate social support programmes to sensitise communities on the sexual offences bill.
A prominent religious leader says any move by the government to have a national referendum on hanging would be considered as passing the buck of leadership.
The government has indicated that it will be seeking to revisit the issue of the labour market reform.
The former Chief Executive Officer at the National Health Fund, NHF, believes there was no need for termination of his tenure at the organization.
The United Union of Jamaica says it will be writing to the government regarding the working conditions for temporary and part time workers in the public sector.
A 16 year old male student was stabbed to death by another teenager at New Market Oval, Savanna-la-mar, Westmoreland yesterday.