The association of principals and vice principals has pulled out of a meeting, which was scheduled for this morning with Education Minister Andrew Holness and the Prime Minister Bruce Golding.
The Ministry of Education and the Early Childhood Commission said they are working to set up a national parenting policy.
A Manchester man who is charged for the murder of 35 year old Devon Smith is to appear in the Mandeville Resident Magistrate’s Court today.
The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) said it would be making payments today to its staff members whose positions were made redundant, or who opted for voluntary redundancy, last month.
Education Minister Andrew Holness and several school administrators this morning to discuss issues concerning education, including the controversial matter of auxiliary fees.
Today is the final day for businesspersons and individuals who owe taxes to take advantage of the 100 percent waiver on interest and penalties.
A man and his wife who are wanted by the United States Justice System will be extradited to face trial in that country.
Cash Plus boss Carlos Hill and his brother Bertram today had their curfew lifted and other bail conditions varied when they appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate\'s Court.
The suspect held in connection with the death of Nardia Mitchell, 27, on July 16 has been charged with murder.
Motorists are to see a reduction in the prices of all petroleum products when they go to the pumps tomorrow.
The Supreme Court today dismissed an application by Jamaica Labour Party MP Michael Stern to bar an election petition filed by Peoples National Party representative Richard Azan.
The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) announced it will be making payments tomorrow to its staff members whose positions were made redundant, or who opted for voluntary redundancy, last month.
Education Minister Andrew Holness announced only early childhood institutions which are registered or have applied for registration will receive assistance from the government today.
The Education Ministry is to spend US$15m through the Early Childhood Commission, to implement a number of projects and initiatives to improve and upgrade the early childhood system.
A former president of the Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA) has been convicted of perjury for lying at a bail hearing for her son.
A teenager has drowned while swimming in the Kingston Harbour, after getting into difficulties.
The police believe robbery is the motive behind the killing of a 42 year old man in Westmoreland today.
The police in St. Catherine have cleared roadblocks, which were mounted in Bynloss, Linstead by residents earlier today.
The Bureau of Special Investigation (BSI) has commenced an investigation to determine the circumstances under which the police in Montego Bay St. James killed a man yesterday.
A Manchester businessman who was wanted on drug related charges in the United States has been extradited.
Senator Grant, said preparations for the annual Denbigh Agricultural show in Clarendon have been completed.
Sprinter Julien Dunkley is the athlete being fingered as testing positive for an unnamed performance enhancing substance at Jamaica’s National Championships in June.
Investigators from the Little London Police in Westmoreland are now searching sections of the parish for three men who shot dead two men and injured a third this morning.
The Spanish Town police are seeking a man identified as John Ross for questioning in connection with the stabbing death of Carl Ian Thomas, 23, a chef of Oak Avenue, Ebony Vale in St. Catherine.
Two persons are now dead and three others nursing injuries after the car in which they were travelling reportedly ran under a wrecker in Clarendon last night.