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The National Works Agency (NWA) says it is undertaking repair works to the road through the Bog Walk Gorge in St Catherine. The works commenced on the weekend and are slated to last for six weeks. The stretch, which forms part of one of the main...

The police are reporting that a Glock pistol along with 26 rounds of ammunition was seized during targeted raids in Banon Gully, Constant Spring in St Andrew. One man was arrested in connection with the seizure. The police report that between 10:00...

The police in St Thomas are probing a gun attack on Saturday that left one man dead. He has been identified as 52-year-old Anthony Manhertz of Race Course district in Clarendon.  Reports are that about 3:30 p.m., Manhertz visited the home of a...

One year ago, The Gleaner shared Andrew Nelson’s story. Born with no legs, the now 43-year-old has never allowed that to stop him from going about the business of life. From climbing trees to earning a living as a landscaper, furniture maker and...

Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce and Member of Parliament for Northeast Manchester Audley Shaw is encouraging Jamaicans to adopt the initiative of planting trees as not just a means to help the Government achieve its three-year goal to...

George Bryce, a 67-year-old farmer of Springfield in Guy’s Hill, St Catherine, is livid about the plunder of his livestock by praedial thieves. Just recently, he said he lost seven cows – three bulls and four heifers – one of them valuing more than...

Following the passage of the Trade Marks (Amendment) Act 2021 without any amendments in the Senate last Friday, government Senator Don Wehby served noticed that he intends to hold Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce Audley Shaw to his...

The College of Agriculture Science and Education (CASE) in Passley Gardens, Portland is seeking to fast-track the construction of a perimeter fence following the reported rape of a student last week. On Tuesday, the student was walking...

Jamaica on Saturday recorded another COVID death and 45 new infections. The deceased is a 68-year-old woman from St Catherine. There have now been 997 deaths and  49,277 infections.

Several Clarendon residents this morning protested what they call the indiscriminate police shooting of a car carrying children in the community of Hayes yesterday. The driver, 20-year-old Kevaughn Salmon and his cousin, 17-year-old Janoy Blair,...
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