Opposition Spokesman on National Security and Member of Parliament for East Central St. Andrew, Dr. Peter Phillips, is calling for an urgent transformation of the educational sector.
Two men were killed and five injured in Clarendon last night.
Two men charged in connection with the killing of four persons at Industry Village, St. Andrew two weeks ago, are to appear in the Corporate Area Criminal Court today.
Education Minister Andrew Holness is expected to meet with officials at the Christiana High School in Manchester, this morning following a protest at the institution.
United States Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Kirsten Madison is expected to make an official visit to Jamaica next week Wednesday.
A new police station is to be built at Hope Bay in Portland, to replace the current structure, which is in a state of disrepair.
A Jamaican man who escaped a double murder conviction in the United States 10 years ago is now facing a new murder charge.
The government is to launch a campaign to get more private companies to help the police.
The Police High Command is reporting that 137 persons were murdered last month.
The Chairman of the Jamaica Association of Community Cable Operators, Colin Innis is against the decision of the Broadcasting Commission to take out an injunction against telecommunications company FLOW.
The Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (Petrojam) announced today increases in the prices of all its petroleum products.
Classes were suspended at the Christiana High School in Manchester yesterday after two female students assaulted a female Acting Vice-Principal.
A man was arrested in downtown Kingston yesterday after he reportedly attempted to bribe a member of a police team.
The Office of the Contractor General (OCG) is reporting a significant increase in the number of government bodies providing reports on the performance of their contracts.
Seven people have been left homeless after a fire destroyed their four-bedroom house in St. Ann’s Bay, this morning.
The traffic sergeant who is wanted in connection with a corruption investigation has surrendered to the police.
Four teenagers have been reported missing in St. Catherine and Kingston within a month.
Jamaica is seeking to explore a number of new areas of cooperation with the government and business leaders of Kuwait.
The police in Westmoreland have released a man who was taken into custody last week in connection with the shooting of a policeman in St. James.
The Health and Environment ministry is planning to fund a public education campaign on the abortion debate.
The Broadcasting Commission is seeking to grant a second licence for provision of all-island cable service using wireless technology.
Classes resumed at the Ocho Rios High School in St. Ann following a two day protest by teachers at the institution.
The Gordon Town police have charged two men with the killing of four persons at Industry Village, St. Andrew on February 4.
Investigators from the Anti Corruption Branch of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) are looking for a police sergeant who is wanted on corruption charges.
A Jamaican teacher who became sick with a mould allergy and had her pay stopped after she refused to return to school, has won her legal battle against Bermuda’s Education Ministry.