A New York based Jamaican Diaspora group will be sending a team of medical professionals to Jamaica
The National Workers Union (NWU) instructed employees at the four branches of the Westmoreland Cooperative Credit Union to return to normal duties this morning.
A 26 year old Jamaican man has been sentenced to three years in a Guyanese prison and also fined GYD$10,000 after pleading guilty to trafficking in narcotics.
The police are reporting that two persons were killed in separate incidents in Clarendon and Kingston yesterday.
Police said the search is still ongoing for the missing St. Elizabeth banker, Michael Campbell.
Chairman of the All-Island Jamaica Cane Farmers Association, Allan Richards, is expressing optimism about the current sugar crop.
Director of Elections Danville Walker is scheduled to continue his testimony in the Supreme Court, in the election petition case involving West Portland Member of Parliament Daryl Vaz.
The Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) will continue its Internal Security Training exercise in the corporate area and St Catherine.
People’s National Party (PNP) spokesperson Lisa Hanna said that the party’s executive would meet this week to discuss several issues.
Executive members of the People’s National Party will be meeting this week to decide on a replacement for outgoing General Secretary, Donald Buchanan,
Professor Neville Duncan, University of the West Indies lecturer, is suggesting that Members of Parliament (MPs) with dual citizenship
St. Elizabeth police are still to charge Angella Reid, 33, who was taken into custody in connection with the death of an 11 year old boy.
A coroner in Vail, Colorado in the United States ruled that heart failure caused the death of a 29 year old Jamaican woman at a ski resort in that city last week.
The Financial Services Commission, FSC has ordered investment scheme Cash Plus to halt its securities business until it registers with the Commission
The way is now clear, at least for now, for Prime Minister Bruce Golding to name new members to the Public Service Commission (PSC)
The question of Danville Walker’s eligibility for the post of Director of Elections today came into question during the election petition
Pedestrians near the intersection of Harbour Street and King Street in downtown Kingston, Jamaica had to scamper for cover today
The four policemen who were implicated in the death of a 19-year-old man in Grants Pen, St Andrew in September were each granted bail today in the sum of one million dollars.
The Police High Command is reporting that more people were killed in November than any other month this year
Chairman of the All Island Jamaica Cane Farmers Association, Allan Rickards, says he’s expecting to see an improvement in sugar production during this crop period compared with last year.
The St Elizabeth police are expected to release the photograph of a man who was seen using a bankcard, belonging to missing St. Elizabeth banker, Michael Campbell
The Health Ministry in Jamaica is moving to improve the availability of healthcare for persons who are suffering from kidney disease
Legal teams representing the Prime Minister and the Opposition Leader are at this hour presenting arguments in the Supreme Court
The police are reporting that the three suspects held in connection with the murder of Assistant Police Commissioner (ACP) Gilbert Kameka, could be charged soon
An unidentified man was found dead earlier this morning in Steer Town, St Ann, Jamaica.