The Police in St. Ann are advising members of the public to be more vigilant at as they go about their daily activities.
The Jamaica Agricultural Society, JAS, says it welcomes and supports the proposal by president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, to trade bananas and sugar for cheaper oil
The Bureau of Special Investigations,BSI, has begun a probe into the circumstances under which police killed two men
The Spanish Town police have arrested and charged a 27-year-old man after he was found with an illegal gun in a car allegedly registered to the JLP councilor for the Gregory Park Division
There is still no word on the whereabouts of an executive of the Bank of Nova Scotia who has been reported missing since last Thursday
Police investigators are yet to charge a 19 year-old St. Andrew woman who allegedly stabbed her boyfriend to death yesterday at their home
The Opposition Leader of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto has been killed. The 54-year-old politician was killed in suicide bombing in Rawalpindi shortly after addressing hundreds of supporters.
The administration at the University Hospital of the West Indies, UHWI, is now reviewing its safety policies
The United States visa application fee will be increased from US $100 to US $131 effective January 1, 2008.
Police in St. Elizabeth are seeking a man known as Christopher Ramble of Thornton District for questioning
Minister of Transport, Mike Henry, is today expected to have dialogue with chairman of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company, JUTC,
The Spanish Town police have arrested a man from whom they reportedly recovered an illegal gun yesterday morning.
Firefighters are yet to determine the cause of a fire, which gutted a furniture store and other buildings on Slipe Road
The police in St. Elizabeth now have a 33 year old woman in custody in connection with the death of an 11 year old boy in Claremont
Several of the country’s merchants are attributing the low level of consumer support for the holiday period to the increase in food and commodity prices
Fire destroyed a section of a dwelling house in Windward Road Area of Kingston this morning
Motorists should expect to pay more for gasolene and diesel on Thursday.
At least one financial analyst is expressing concern about the statement published by investment firm Cash Plus yesterday.
The Bureau of Special Investigations (BSI) is now probing the circumstances under which members of a police team killed a man
Labour Minister, Pearnel Charles, says effective January 1, 2008, foreigners already in Jamaica will not be able to apply for work permits.
The University and Allied Workers Union, UAWU says it’s still awaiting the payment of outstanding sums to some employees
Head of the Police Traffic Department in Jamaica, Senior Superintendent, Elan Powell is again calling for an improved traffic ticketing system.
The transport minister, Mike Henry is warning that taxi and bus operators could lose their licenses if they illegally increase their fares.
NEW YORK Governor Eliot Spitzer has pardoned a 54-year-old Jamaican man convicted of robbery 16 years ago.
The police say they will be targeting offenders of the Road Traffic Act over the holiday season to prevent possible motor vehicle crashes.