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Eighteen more COVID-19 deaths have been recorded in Jamaica, increasing the tally to 2,635. The Ministry of Health says the fatalities occurred between January 17 and 25. And two more fatalities are under investigation, moving that figure to 391....

A motorcyclist was murdered in Mount Carey, St James this morning. He has been identified as 22-year-old Ronald Barnes, otherwise called 'Chicken', a labourer of Mount Carey. It is reported that about 8:30 a.m. Barnes was travelling through...

The police in St Mary have launched a manhunt for a suspect who allegedly shot and killed a man during a dispute over a parking space.

WESTERN BUREAU: DESPITE more than $200 million being earmarked to fix the three miles of road between Wakefield and Deeside in Trelawny, residents will have to wait at least another two months for work to begin. Last September, Minister Without...

THE FREE Town Church of God of Prophecy Outreach Foundation will be launching its homework/mentorship programme at the facility. This is another initiative of the foundation, which, since its official registration in November 2016, has been...

DEVON JAMES, a wicker craftsman from Fairfield district in the cool highlands of Point Hill, St Catherine, still has a burning passion for constructing practical, everyday furniture and home decor products some three decades later. He has fashioned...

CROSS KEYS, Manchester: A MAN who made good his escape following a daring attack on police at the Cross Keys Police Station, on Tuesday, has left residents in the community and adjoining areas, who believe the police should have done more to...

A St Catherine labourer who robbed a man of his wallet after peppering him with bullets in 2017 was sentenced Thursday to life in prison after he was found guilty of murder. Justice Leighton Pusey, in handing down the sentence in the Gun Court,...

As the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) seeks to clear up 95 active cases of COVID-19 among the inmate population, vaccination take-up remains low. There are fresh concerns about repeat infections among the penal population, as well as...

MOTORISTS WHO traverse the Howard Cooke Boulevard in Montego Bay, St James, while being warned for prosecution, are also being encouraged to adhere to newly installed signage along the thoroughfare and to obey the traffic lights to avoid blocking...
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