(JAMAICA OBSERVER) The police have activated an Ananda Alert for 15-year-old Hobbiegaye Aldridge and her baby, who are of Anchor Avenue, Bogue Village in St James.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) An enraged security guard who butchered his common-law wife and her teenaged daughter at their St James home yesterday morning later killed himself by driving over the Flat Bridge into the Rio Cobre in St Catherine, where he drowned.
(JAMAICA GLEANER) As violence against the island’s children rises to increasingly disturbing levels, National Security Minister Dr Horace Chang says the brutality that is beginning to emerge is particularly worrying.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) A year after their baby died at St Ann’s Bay Hospital Alexis Heron and her husband Gavin Chong are still grieving, and have retained an attorney as they are demanding answers from the authorities.
Popular disc jockey DJ Stone has been reported missing, the police have confirmed.
(JAMAICA GLEANER) A Government senator yesterday stopped short of suggesting that more “ordinary” Jamaicans be allowed to obtain licensed firearms.
Government Senator Kamina Johnson Smith says the brazen killing of Pastor James Johnson inside his St Catherine church yesterday afternoon is a clear sign that criminals no longer subscribe to the unwritten code that violence against some vulnerable groups and in some places are off limits.
(JAMAICA GLEANER) Police investigators are seeking to establish the motive behind the killing of a 29-year-old pastor, James Johnson.
(Jamaica Gleaner) As Seprod grapples internally on whether to hang on to its sugar operation, the company is chasing a tax break to offset the losses that continue to mount in the near decade that it has owned the Golden Grove factory in St Thomas.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) The Government is to introduce a ban on the importation, manufacture, distribution and use of single use plastic carriers (bags) below certain sizes starting in January.
(JAMAICA GLEANER) Jamaicans in all but one parish reported yesterday that they felt a minor earthquake.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) New York , USA — Eight months after the death of its founder, Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery and Grill has expanded its operations into the Canadian market, opening two stores in the greater Toronto, Ontario, area, home to a large number of Jamaican and other Caribbean nationals.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) A 19-year-old Jamaican girl has been selected among 63 students for the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) in the United States, for the 2018/19 academic year.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) THE Ministry of Health is urging the country to be on the alert as the forecast model for Tropical Storm Isaac suggests that the storm might impact the island as early as Friday.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) In the three-and-a-half years since Canada introduced its Express Entry immigration application system, close to 1,500 Jamaicans have left the island’s shores for that North American country, with the number expected to increase in the face of subsequent changes to the qualifying criteria.
(JAMAICA GLEANER) Former Prime Minister Edward Seaga has made public his distaste for modern dancehall music, which he describes as lacking in substance.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) A five-year-old American boy who was vacationing in Jamaica, and a local raft captain were feared drowned in the Martha Brae River in Trelawny yesterday afternoon.
(JAMAICA GLEANER) Hopes of finding Jamaican Dawna Munroe and her nine-year-old daughter Crystal were crushed last Friday when Italian authorities confirmed they were among the 43 people killed when a bridge they were driving across collapsed in Genoa, Italy.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) The Government has reported an increase in the pass rate for students in public schools who sat the compulsory subjects of Mathematics and English Language in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) this year, when compared to 2017.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) WHEN 13-year-old Shanoya Wray left home quietly on the night of July 15, her relatives — who quickly reported her missing — had no clue she would not return home alive.
(JAMAICA GLEANER) Fishermen attached to Rainforest Seafoods caught an unlikely catch at sea on Monday when an elderly fisherman was rescued after drifting for seven days.
(JAMAICA OBSERVER) A violent domestic dispute in Glengoffe, St Catherine on Sunday resulted in the death of one man while two other persons have been hospitalised following the melee.