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The apartment building on Hamilton Drive in Dunbar Pen, Norwood, St James, where Charles Rainey lived for several years as a fugitive from the United States.

For more than a decade, he lived among them, earned their trust, and did odd jobs on their properties. Now, residents in the middle-class community of Dunbar Pen in Norwood, St James, are reeling from the fact that the American man they all knew as...
Ann Henrietta Samuels

The church family and friends of a 95-year-old woman are distressed that a Supreme Court order compelling two respondents and a funeral home to release her body to the executors of her estate was disobeyed. Instead, last week Wednesday, Ann...
Rosalee Brown, consultant dietician and certified diabetes educator

Chronic lifestyle diseases, particularly diabetes and hypertension, continue their menace on the health sector, racking up medical expenditure and leaving many families in mourning. Yet many Jamaicans are still clinging to unhealthy food choices,...

Although vendors are elated that the multimillion-dollar renovation at the Stony Hill Market in St Andrew has been completed and the facility is again open for business, they still have one major plea. That is for persons who are not willing to...

Sandra Greenland was a vendor in Half Way Tree four years ago when she encountered members of the Jamaica AIDS Support for Life (JASL) having a silent protest to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (IDEVAW), which...

WESTERN BUREAU: Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he is delighted to know that foreign investors RCD Hotels group will be investing in housing for hotel workers to support and enhance their luxury hospitality brand. In welcoming the investment,...

WESTERN BUREAU: Justice Minister Delroy Chuck has challenged Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) to exercise its mandate of upholding the rights of citizens under the states of emergency (SOEs) across the island after the human rights lobby raised concerns...

WESTERN BUREAU: TRANSPORT MINISTER Audley Shaw has declared that vendors now occupying shops in the People’s Arcade in Montego Bay, St James, will not be removed by the Government or the Jamaica Railway Corporation (JRC), on whose property the...

An alleged member of the Bobo Gang, who kidnapped and murdered a businessman as well as his deliveryman in Westmoreland more than a decade ago, was yesterday sentenced to 25 years in prison. Thirty-two-year-old Dwayne Drummond, who also got two...

Petrojam’s chief financial officer (CFO) testified on Thursday that his relationship with fraud accused Floyd Grindley broke down after the former general manager of the state-owned refinery asked him to do something that was not right. Delroy...
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