Category Archives: MAIN NEWS

Vehicles and TV handed over to cops

Guys Hill. The Guys Hill police this morning received two vehicles and a 39 inch Television from the Ministry of National Security. The handing over of these two vehicles fits squarely into the Ministry’s Five Pillar Crime Reduction Strategy. With

NHT to deliver record number of Housing Solutions this year

Making his contribution to the Budget debate this afternoon, Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the National Housing Trust (NHT) will deliver just over Five Thousand Homes across the Island. That’s almost more houses been built this year than the four

JTA backtracks after backlash from Teachers

Breaking. It’s been reported that the Jamaica Teachers Association (JTA) is now backtracking on it’s recent vote to reject the Government’s latest wage offer, after severe backlash from Teachers. It’s understood that the Head of the JTA Mrs. Waugh-Richards has

We want our retroactive money.JTA Leadership under fire from Teachers

The Jamaica Teachers Association (JTA) is coming under fire from some Teachers after rejecting the Government’s latest wage offer. The anger coming from some Teachers is based on the fact that the promise retroactive money that they were to receive

Serial rapist captured by cops

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is reporting that they have apprehended a suspected serial rapist in St. Thomas following an operation in the Morant Bay Police area on Sunday, March 18.  The suspect is believed to involved in numerous sexual

State of Emergency declared in St. Catherine

BREAKING NEWS FROM THE LBC NEWS CENTER. The Government has declared a limited State of Emergency in North St. Catherine. Thats the word from prime Minister Andrew Holness in a Press Conference held at Jamaica House this morning.The State of

Massive ammunition find by Police

The Denham Town Police seized over 1000 rounds of ammunition during an operation at Calvary Cemetery on Lyndhurst Road, Kingston 5 on Wednesday, March 14. Reports are that about 6:04 a.m., while conducting the operation, Police officers saw men in

Head of the EOJ quits.

Director of Elections Orrette Fisher has resigned. Fisher leaves the Electoral Office of Jamaica at the end of the month. His resignation comes ahead of a court ruling surrounding his tenure. In a letter issued to staff  Fisher asserted that