The cruise ship, Grand Princess, left Jamaica’s coast yesterday evening after the crew managed to extinguish a fire onboard.
The police in St. Elizabeth arrested two of their colleagues on corruption charges on Saturday.
The Commissioner of Police, Rear Admiral Hardly Lewin said the abuse of the Noise Abatement Act would not be allowed to continue.
The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) will be establishing a new unit to deal with all aspects relating to visual identification.
The Supreme Court has granted approval for the embattled investment club Cash Plus to appoint a temporary manager.
The Montego Bay police in St. James are investigating the shooting death of a man by unknown assailants on Union Street last night.
A woman has been taken into custody following the seizure of an illegal firearm at a shop in Land Lease, Papine St. Andrew this morning.
$2.5 billion has been allocated for the Programme of Advancement Through Health and Education (PATH) in the 2008/09 Estimates of Expenditure, now before the House of Representatives.
The National Water Commission (NWC) should know in another month whether its application for a 44 percent tariff increase would be granted.
A St. Elizabeth corporal is expected to appear in court to answer to corruption charges.
Several members of the Jamaica Teachers Association (JTA) are not supporting the plans by the Education Ministry to empower some teachers to search students.
The Transport Minister, Mike Henry will leave island for the United Nations to attend the 62nd sitting of the UN’s General Assembly today.
The Supreme Court has reached a settlement between Telecommunications Company FLOW and the Broadcasting Commission today.
The services of two top executives at the St. Ann Development Company, an affiliate of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) have been terminated.
Dancehall artiste David ‘Mavado’ Brooks is to appear in the Gun court today.
Prime Minister, Bruce Golding is to leave the island today for an official visit to South Florida in the US.
The Health Ministry is today expected to outline details of its plan to abolish user fees at all public health facilities.
Two children are traumatised after their mother and her male companion were killed before them in Savanna Cross, Clarendon this morning.
Two men who are suspected of robbing a bar in Moneague, St. Ann are now in police custody.
Governor General, Professor Kenneth Hall has indicated that the new legislative year will be very active, during the opening of the 2008/2009 Budget Year this morning.
Unions representing workers at the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) will today be seeking to have the company’s Human Resources Director removed from the committee overseeing a job reclassification exercise at the JPS.
A team is expected in St. James to examine ways of solving a drainage problem along the Howard Cooke Highway in the parish.
The Jamaica Confederation of Trade Unions (JCTU) said negotiations for a wage agreement for public sector workers are now at the consultative stage.
The Montego Bay police constable linked to last year’s disappearance of a St. James man is facing criminal charges.
Prime Minister, Bruce Golding said the signing of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between CARIFORUM countries and the European Union, which concluded last year will take place in April.