Police seize more guns in Westmoreland

Police seize more guns in Westmoreland

A team of officers assigned to the Westmoreland Police Division seized two firearms and an assorted rounds of ammunition on More »

By-Election for Derrick Smith seat set for March 5

By-Election for Derrick Smith seat set for March 5

Breaking News: The By-Election for the North West St. Andrew will be held on Monday March 5, 2018, nomination day More »

Keisha Hayle says Peter Phillips not fit to lead the PNP

Keisha Hayle says Peter Phillips not fit to lead the PNP

People’s National Party (PNP) Candidate for the seat vacated by the JLP’s Derrick Smith, Keisha Hayle, is a supporter of More »

Stay resolute in the fight against crime says Former top cop,Quallo to rank and file officers

Stay resolute in the fight against crime says Former top cop,Quallo to rank and file officers

Former Commissioner of police George Quallo has called on Rank and File Police Officers to be resolute in the fight More »

Police reaps more success in St. Elizabeth

Police reaps more success in St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. With the continued efforts of the security forces to clamp down on illegal firearms and ammunition as More »

No more Kerosene Lamps, we are going solar says Holness

No more Kerosene Lamps, we are going solar says Holness

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has revealed that he has asked the Ministry of Science Technology and Energy to fast-track a More »

 

We will get creative in wage negotiations says Holness

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is vowing to use creative means to end the impass over wage negotiations with the island Trade Unions. The Prime Minister who called a special meeting this morning (January 17) with union representatives to discuss the

I was traumatized by what I saw says State Minister Floyd Green

Minister of State in the Ministry of Education and Youth, Floyd Green says he was traumatized at what he saw when he visited the Walkers Place of safety that was engulfed in flames in the early hours of Tuesday morning

Government steps in to help after fire tragedy

The Government is providing counselling and relief supplies for children and staff of the Walker’s Place of Safety in Kingston, following a massive fire Monday night (January 15) that claimed the lives of two children. State Minister for Education, Youth

Hospital to get major upgrade says Health Minister

Health Minister, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, says a pre-construction technical assessment is being undertaken at the Spanish Town Hospital as part of plans to upgrade the Type B facility to a Type A. “Upgrading from a (Type) B to

Student beat Teacher over Cellphone at Corporate Area School

A student of a prominent Corporate Area-based high school was expelled after he physically assaulted a vice principal of the institution on Friday. According to an eyewitness, the vice principal saw the fifth form student with a cell phone in

Take that uppercut! Opposition Spokesperson on sports charged for assaulting a man

BREAKING:  The Police is reporting that the Member of Parliament for North Central St. Catherine, the PNP’s,Natalie Neita-Headley has been “arrested and charged” with assault of a man at Petcom on Spanish Town Road. Neita Headley is accused of thumping

CCTV system set to roll out by February

National Security Minister, Hon. Robert Montague says nearly three billion Jamaican dollars is needed over the next two years for the full roll out of the national Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) System dubbed JamaicaEye. Minister Montague says the islandwide system

Attorney General bemoans the break down of the Family in Jamaica

Attorney General Marlene Malahoo-Forte is bemoaning the breakdown of discipline in homes across Jamaica. Her concerns were expressed in a number of Twitter post from her personal account. In one she wrote: “There are many homes in Jamaica with modest