St. Thomas killer remanded

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Defence lawyer Horace Grey is expected to seek bail for the St Thomas salesman who is charged for the murder of his 19-year-old partner when he returns to the Morant Bay Parish Court on February 15. Grey told the court yesterday that he would refrain from making a bail application […]

Time for a woman Commissioner of Police

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Though she is yet to submit her application for the post of police commissioner, advertised roughly two weeks ago, Grant, who is now acting commissioner, yesterday declared her intention to apply. The post officially became vacant last Friday, the last day of Dr Carl Williams’ tenure, after he exited the […]

PM Holness heads to Isreal on working visit

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Prime Minister Andrew Holness today left the island for a three-day visit to the state of Israel. The Prime Minster will return to Jamaica on January 15. The Working Visit arises from an invitation to Jamaica issued several months ago, and forms part of Prime Minister Holness’ ongoing commitment to […]

NCB ATM compromised

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LBC NEWS has recieved unconfirmed reports that two ATMs at a National Commercial Bank (NCB) and Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) Branch has been compromised. They are the NCB Knutsford Blvd Branch and the BNS ABM on Oxford Road in New Kingston. We have learnt that about 15 people have […]

Goat thief feels the full brunt of the law

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St Mary farmer is to be sentenced on Thursday, December 22 after he pleaded guilty to larceny of two goats that belonged to another farmer. The accused man, Clarence Brown appeared before the St Mary Parish Court on Thursday, December 15. Allegations are that on Friday, December 2, the complainant, […]