(Jamaica Star) Sick and tired of the number of killings taking place in the country, Percival LaTouche, president of the Association for the Re-settlement of Returning Residents, said it is time the Government starts hanging murderers.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Residents of 7 East, Greater Portmore, were left stunned between midnight Thursday and early Friday morning after a dramatic incident, featuring a love triangle among a soldier; his wife, a cop; and another policeman – who is now nursing a gunshot wound – unfolded in their usually quiet community.
(Jamaica Observer) Cycling sensation Shellysha McCarthy, who was all over social media last October for her unconventional mode of transportation to and from work, and even reportedly attracted marriage proposals for her cycling prowess, is now laid up at home as a result of a mishap with a male motorcyclist.
(Jamaica Gleaner) The police are probing the shooting of a cop, allegedly by a soldier, in a reported love triangle in Greater Portmore, St Catherine last night.
(Jamaica Star) Popcaan’s lawyer, Bert Samuels, says he wants to unequivocally deny that his client, Andre Sutherland more popularly known as Popcaan, was held in possession of an illegal firearm.
(Jamaica Observer) A man authorities say killed the mother of his children in South Burlington and then fled to Jamaica, leaving the victim’s family starving for justice, pleaded not guilty yesterday in an emotional court hearing.
(Jamaica Observer) Forty-five-year-old Christian Kampfer of an address in Germany has been reported missing since Monday, February 17.
(Jamaica Observer) KEVIN “Rum Ram” Clarke has become the latest victim of gun violence — the very thing he had spent the last three years of his life advocating against.
(Jamaica Gleaner) As questions continue to swirl around last Tuesday’s removal of Jamaicans from the United Kingdom (UK), a proclaimed “self-deportee” has warned that returning expats “who find themselves in a strange country” may be jolted by a culture shock.
(Jamaica Star) While a St Catherine mother was finishing up her shift at a bar where she works, a trusted neighbour and friend, who she had earlier given dinner, allegedly used the opportunity to sneak into her house and molest her sleeping six-year-old child.
(Jamaica Observer) Reggae Boyz striker Darren Mattocks faces two felonies in the USA, international media has reported.
(Jamaica Observer) TEN minutes after Shontoll McCarthy’s relatives were awakened by loud explosions in their community, her five-year-old son’s frantic banging on their front door marked the beginning of a nightmare that is still unfolding.
(Jamaica Star) A man was murdered on the grounds of a church in Kingston yesterday, moments after he exited his vehicle and was about the make his way to the place of worship.
(Jamaica Gleaner) The distraught mother of Rasheed Bullock, the 14-year-old Meadowbrook High student who became a victim of the ‘tripping jump challenge’ that has gone viral globally, said it was his close friend who lured him to his fall.
(Jamaica Observer) KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica and West Indies cricketer Oshane Thomas was last evening involved in a motor vehicle collision on Highway 2000.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Reggae artiste Jah9 has pointed the finger at the Church for helping to create a culture in which some members of society become judgemental against others, in terms of when, how and who they choose to be intimate with.
(Jamaica Observer) Thousands of young people are to be trained for jobs in digitisation and animation in the new fiscal year.
(Jamaica Star) Many persons, including his past students, were shocked when they learnt that Troy Chambers, a drama teacher, had been impersonating a policeman for years.
(Jamaica Gleaner) “They know what they were doing. I will be all right”, was all one man, the first to walk out of the Harman Barracks processing centre in Kingston, had to say before he was warmly embraced by his crying mother, Ann-Marie Williams.
(Jamaica Gleaner) There were brisk movements in the precincts of Harman Barracks police outfit yesterday afternoon as 17 deportees were escorted there for processing.