(Jamaica Gleaner) With some 565 suspected, presumed and confirmed cases as of Friday, the Ministry of Health and Wellness yesterday declared an outbreak of dengue in Jamaica.
(Jamaica Gleaner) A St James man who the police say admitted to murdering two homeless persons in parish capital Montego Bay this year has been slapped with two more murder charges.
(Jamaica Observer) Nationwide News Network (NNN) CEO Cliff Hughes remained fearless on Friday, declaring that he and his staff will not be unnerved by a mid-afternoon gun attack on the station that has been widely condemned as an assault on press freedom.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Minister of Local Government Desmond McKenzie has welcomed the arrest of a man in relation to the murder of five homeless people between June and August this year.
(Jamaica Gleaner) NEW YORK: New York City Mayor Eric Adams posthumously awarded a Key to the City of New York to legendary performer and civil rights activist Harry Belafonte, for his decades of entertainment in music, film, theatre, and television.
(Jamaica Observer) A St James man accused of killing five people in separate incidents will have to adjust to the confines of the lock-up as no bail application was made on his behalf when he appeared in the St James Parish Court on Wednesday.
(Jamaica Gleaner) The Andrew Holness-led Government has declin-ed to indicate whether Cabinet ministers are among six legislators being investigated by the Integrity Commission (IC) for illicit enrichment, noting that a policy decision has been taken not to comment.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Prime Minister Andrew Holness has revealed that Jamaica is prepared to send 200 security personnel to Haiti as part of a multinational force aimed at providing support to the security and humanitarian crisis in the country.
(Jamaica Gleaner) The Jamaican Bar Association is questioning the validity of the amendments to the Constitution, which will increase the retirement age of the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) and the Auditor General (AuG) to 65 years and allow for the extension of their contract to 70 years.
(Jamaica Observer) A St Catherine man has been hit with several charges following the robbery of a motor vehicle in Old Harbour Road, Spanish Town, St Catherine on Monday, July 17.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Detective Constable Leslie Walker, who was convicted in June 2021 of raping a then 15-year-old schoolgirl, has lost his appeal against his conviction and sentence.
(Jamaica Observer) The Government has denied reports of a brewing diplomatic row with the United States, but Jamaica Observer sources are adamant that all is not well in the relationship between Kingston and Washington.
(Jamaica Gleaner) A man who stabbed his 21-year-old girlfriend at least 20 times seven years ago has lost his bid to get his murder conviction and life sentence overturned in the Court of Appeal.
(Jamaica Gleaner) State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Alando Terrelonge, who visited the United Kingdom (UK) to participate in National Windrush Day activities, says an apology from King Charles III and the British Government would set the record straight in relation to that country’s role in chattel slavery in Jamaica.
(Jamaica Gleaner) As regional leaders and former leaders came together in Kingston yesterday for the opening ceremony of the Meeting of Haitian Stakeholders, who will use Jamaica as base for discussions on the way forward for the beleaguered CARICOM nation, it was Bahamas Prime Minister Philip Davis who spoke at length about the hopes and aspirations for the violence-torn republic.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Trillions of dollars in reparations are owed to nations affected by slavery, a recently concluded study on the quantification of reparations for Transatlantic Chattel Slavery (TCS) in the Americas and the Caribbean has found.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Jamaican business giant and founder of the LASCO Affiliated Companies, Lascelles Chin, died on Saturday night in the United States.
(Jamaica Gleaner) The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) has launched an investigation after two cell phones were seized from convicted dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel a day apart at the Tower Street Correctional Facility in Kingston.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Prime Minister Andrew Holness has declined his salary increase amid public backlash over the massive pay hikes for politicians that were announced last week.
Jamaica Observer, Former Scare Dem Crew member Boom Dandimite died Sunday morning in a hospital in the US after suffering a relapse during his recovery from a terrible car accident in April that had left him bedridden.