(Jamaica Gleaner) A member of the Jamaica Defence Force is now in police custody after allegedly stabbing his wife to death.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Included in the four senators who were appointed yesterday by the governor general in Canada was Jamaica-born Dr Rosemary Moodie.
(Jamaica Observer) A British family is now waiting with bated breath as local investigators try to determine the whereabouts of their 82-year-old relative, who has been missing since October 25.
(Jamaica Observer) The post-mortem conducted on Karen Cleary-Brown — who was found dead at her home in Boscobel, St Mary, last week — has revealed that she was stabbed nine times.
(Jamaica Observer) A man who was taken into custody on Sunday after he crashed a stolen taxi into the perimeter fence of a church on Lyndhurst Road, St Andrew is yet to be charged.
(Jamaica Observer) A two-year-old parliamentary committee reviewing sexual offences legislation has recommended that buggery, abortion and other issues of “broad public divide” could be put to a referendum.
(Jamaica Gleaner) News has emerged that 25-year-old District Constable Toyan Ormsby reportedly shot 62-year-old Dawnette Maxwell to death before turning the gun on himself as a mark of revenge, after one of Maxwell’s grandsons had refused the lawman’s homosexual advances.
(Jamaica Gleaner) An increasing number of assault, rape, negligence and personal-injury cases are being filed against Jamaican resorts in federal courts in the United States (US).
(Jamaica Gleaner) Jamaica is now developing its renewable-energy potential at a leading pace among its Caribbean neighbours with support from private investment, says David Delaire, managing director, Germany-based MPC Capital.
(Jamaica Observer) Dancehall artise Kalado had a brief encounter with the law yesterday over what police officers thought were three high-powered rifles found in his possession.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Scores of Jamaicans were eagerly awaiting Banton’s arrival in the island as they camped out at the Norman Manley International Airport last Friday to welcome ‘The Gargamel’ home.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Jamaican reggae superstar Buju Banton rewarded a handful of fans who camped outside his St Andrew recording studio on Friday night after his return to the island.
Preparations were in high gear for the return of Buju Banton at Gargamel Recording Studio, which is located off Red Hills Road in St Andrew, yesterday.
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Kadijah Robinson , Jamaica’s representative to the Miss World pageant has finished 4th in the grand final which took place earlier today in Sanya, China.
(JAMAICA GLEANER) The Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, Jamaica was the centre of all activity — as far as reggae music lovers are concerned — moments ago, as dancehall-turned reggae superstar Mark ‘Buju Banton’ Myrie touched down after spending eight years imprisoned in the United States.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Grace Foods (USA), Inc. a company owned by GraceKennedy Limited, said it will be acquiring a 49 per cent equity stake in a new joint venture company, Majesty Foods, a Florida-based manufacturer of patty and empanada products.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Buju Banton has been released from prison after eight years at the McRae Correctional institution.
(Jamaica Observer) National Security Minister Dr Horace Chang yesterday condemned the murders of returning residents Karen Cleary-Brown and Barbara Findley and said that the Government and his ministry remain steadfast in their mandate to serve and protect all citizens.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Residents of Berkshire District in Bethel Town, Westmoreland, were left baffled yesterday, as they woke up to the shocking news that a seemingly quiet second form high school student had allegedly attacked and murdered his mother early Wednesday night.
(Jamaica Observer) The St Elizabeth police suspect that the decomposing body of a female found close to Providence Housing Scheme in Santa Cruz this afternoon may be that of 48-year-old Barbara Findlay of nearby Beadles Boulevard and Kensington, England.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Auditor General Pamela Monroe Ellis has released a damning report on the operations of the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) and its affiliate, the state-owned oil refinery Petrojam, pointing to “explicit acts of nepotism” at both entities and deficiencies in human-resource recruitment and management practices.
(Jamaica Observer) Nine months after assuming the role of commissioner of police, Major General Antony Anderson is training his focus on the constabulary’s corrupt members.
(Jamaica Gleaner) As of 2019, beverages containing more than six grams of sugar per 100 milli-litres will no longer be allowed at public educational institutions.
(Jamaica Observer) The police are reporting that a man is now in custody in relation to the murder of a British-Jamaican woman, whose body was found in a shallow grave yesterday after investigations revealed inconsistencies in a missing person’s report he filed for her.
(Jamaica Observer) Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday expressed disappointment with what he described as “uneven” implementation of decisions made at Caricom’s 39th Heads of Government meeting in Montego Bay last July.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Fifty-eight-year-old Barbara Findley, a photographer of Beadles Drive, Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth and Lupino Count, Lambeth Walk, Kensington in London has been missing since Thursday, November 29.
(Jamaica Observer) The entire community of Perth Town was contorted with grief yesterday in the wake of the tragic passing of a well-loved, 11-year-old autistic boy who shot himself while playing with his father’s licenced firearm late Saturday morning.
(Jamaica Gleaner) “Ohhh!!!” he shouted. Then he was out of breath. Jamaica’s Dalton Harris, 24, had just been announced the winner of the 2018 UK X Factor.
(Jamaica Gleaner) – The latest advances in medicinal cannabis research in Jamaica and its potential use in cancer management will come under the microscope today, when a group of international scientists present at the seminar ‘Cutting Edge Advances in Cancer Therapy’ at the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of the West Indies, Mona campus.
The problematic issue of sexual attacks against visitors to the island, inside the walls of local hotels, again came to the fore recently when Asif Ahmad, the British high commissioner to Jamaica, said that British nationals, including children, have also been victims.
(Jamaica Observer) A fight over money charged to swim in the popular Caymanas River in St Catherine is said to be at the heart of the killing of six men in the Caymanas Bay community within 72 hours.
(Jamaica Observer) There is a strong possibility that motorists shopping downtown Kingston this Christmas will have to pay to park on certain streets.
(Jamaica Gleaner) The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) has embarked on an exercise to remove from the voters’ list the names of persons who have died since 1998.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Barack Obama’s historic presidency was a “disappointment” for black people, a retired Jamaican businessman now living in the United States (US) has asserted.
(Jamaica Observer) The police yesterday exhumed the partially decomposed body of a female Caucasian suspected to be that of 72-year-old US national Nancy Hardy, who has been missing since Saturday.
(Jamaica Observer) The boy’s father, 41-year-old Andrew McLean, otherwise known as Killa or Peter, was found dead outside their home in Bell Rock, off Olympic Way in Kingston.
(Jamaica Observer) Forty-two-year-old Nicole Vassell of Roehampton Drive, Kingston 19, and Toronto, Canada has been missing since Monday, November 27, the police have reported.
(Jamaica Gleaner) A taxi operator today detailed how three policemen took Clarendon resi-dent Andrew Bisson into a board house, where he was shot and killed.
(Jamaica Observer) A Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) trainee pilot flying a helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing in an open field in St Catherine yesterday morning and, miraculously, survived the frightening ordeal.
(Jamaica Gleaner) The Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) says it is carrying out the necessary investigations and recovery procedures in relation to this morning’s helicopter crash.
(Jamaica Gleaner) A female driver walked away unhurt after her car ran off the road near the Portmore Toll Plaza this morning and ended up in the sea.
(Jamaica Observer) Come Saturday, December 1, Jamaican singer Dalton Harris will contest the finals of the British-televised talent show X Factor .
(Jamaica Observer) Jamaican singer Dalton Harris yesterday broke his silence and responded to the firestorm of criticism which has been swirling on social media following the release of a photograph which sees him sitting on the leg of fellow X Factor competitor Brendan Murray.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Senior Superintendent of Police Anthony Castelle, who had been on trial over the past two years for shooting a pregnant woman during a high-speed police chase in 2016, collapsed and had to be hospitalised after he was found guilty in the St James Parish Circuit Court today.
(Jamaica Observer) In May this year when six-month-old Javier Wilson was shot in the head by callous gunmen, his parents were distraught by the experience.
(Jamaica Observer) Three policemen who reportedly took a man into custody after he was freed by the court and demanded and accepted US$200 and $58,000 for his release are scheduled to return to the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on December 4.
(Jamaica Gleaner) There are times when talk is not enough, and strong, maybe even controversial actions, have to be taken.
(Jamaica Observer) JAMAICA has placed a temporary ban on the importation of romaine lettuce because of the E.
(Jamaica Observer) Telecoms company Digicel may consider selling some small assets in order to address its highly leveraged position.
(Jamaica Observer) THE police are seeking powers to force suspects in organised crime investigations to give them access to their mobile phones, and other electronic devices, without a court order.