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The Jamaica Society for Industrial Security (JSIS) is calling on the Government to immediately pay over billions of dollars that it owes security companies so that they can meet the 50 per cent increase in security service costs that they now face...

“I am still in pain,” said 39-year-old taxi operator Jermaine Cunningham, the man at the centre of a controversial video who was allegedly beaten by the police over traffic breaches in Christiana, Manchester, on Wednesday. Cunningham, who began...

On the heels of the stabbing death of 16-year-old Michion Campbell at the Kingston Technical High School, Education Minister Fayval Williams says stakeholders will have to go back to the drawing board on how students are nurtured. In a Gleaner...

ST JAMES Top five 1. Eve Williams, Eber Preparatory 2. Shanae Kelly, Hosanna Preparatory 3. Taylor-Jade Gayle, N.E.S.T. Education 4. Romar Thompson, Somerton Primary 5. Desandra Clarke, Corinaldi Avenue Primary Top boy: Romar Thompson,...

In the aftermath of Thursday’s stabbing death of a student at Kingston Technical High School, a senior law enforcement officer is recommending that administrators collaborate with the police to conduct more unannounced searches at institutions...

The Portmore Municipal Corporation has placed a stop order on the construction of houses at the Sandown Palms development weeks after a groundbreaking ceremony featuring Prime Minister Andrew Holness. Portmore Mayor Leon Thomas said the developers...

The Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) has been criticised as borderline reckless for pushing up the benchmark policy rate on overnight deposits with the central bank by deposit-taking institutions (DTIs) by another 50 basis points to 6.5 per cent, effective...

The transport operator who breached the lock on one of three safety floodgates in the Bog Walk Gorge, St Catherine, on Monday during storm rains has expressed regret for his action, claiming that he felt compelled to reach home to attend to his...

Members of a joint select committee reviewing the Jamaica Teaching Council Act, 2022, have agreed with a recommendation from a key education stakeholder that a person masquerading as a teacher should face tougher penalties than a teacher who has...

The Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) is seeking to bolster Jamaica’s counter-terrorism and investigative capacity by administering a suite of bachelor’s degrees in police sciences, forensic sciences, and cybersecurity and digital forensics....
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