Police arrest suspect in killing of 16-y-o girl
PM to transfer Clarendon Alumina Production to Finance Ministry
With two months to go, Jamaican remittance inflows reach US$2.5B mark
Education, not teenage pregnancy is the solution
Witness says 2 cops were involved in gun-buying with ‘Clans’ gangsters
Two men shot dead on Red Hills Road in St Andrew
Poll: What’s your shopping budget for Christmas?
Parents keen on preventing underage drinking
Suspected thief fatally shot by cop in Clarendon
Pembroke Hall High School gifted with Huawei Idea Hub
Tuesday Nov 23
Education, Not Teenage Pregnancy Is The Solution
Having spent much of her formative years in Jones Town, St Andrew, before migrating to Brixton, England, Dr Kurdell Espinosa Campbell believes that, through education, people from garrison communities can shatter stereotypes.
Now the acting director of Emergency Medical Services in the Ministry of Health and Wellness, she told Loop News that, while growing up, there was a sense of hopelessness, especially among black females who were expected to get pregnant and be a product of their community.
“Having children when you are young does not answer a problem…” Dr Espinosa Campbell said.
Watch as she shares her view on “the way out” while on the job in Jones Town recently.
Gunmen kill two Portmore men in St Mary
The St Mary police have launched a probe into the shooting deaths of two men by unknown assailants in Moore Hall, Islington, St Mary, on Sunday.
The deceased are 34-year-old Peter Findley and 35-ye
No vax mandate, relaxing COVID measures could spell disaster — Mahfood
Head of the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) John Mahfood has warned that the lack of COVID-19 vaccine mandates and relaxation of the virus containment measures ahead of the Chri
Support pouring in for dancehall icon Tiger after suffering stroke
Dancehall artiste Rhiality, the daughter of dancehall icon Tiger, is pleased with the level of public support being given to her father in the wake of an appeal for financial assistance to help defray
Jamaican workers affected by technicality in Cayman’s COVID protocol
A Caymanian businessperson who hires staff from different parts of the world said that she encountered an issue with how Cayman’s COVID-19 protocols will impact her ability to onboard new Jamaican sta
JDF soldier suspected to have drowned while on diving duties
The suspected drowning of a Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) diver on Friday has plunged several friends and family members of his into mourning, with several questioning the circumstances of his death.
Social media reactions of all shades and stripes to Reid’s resignation
Several social media platforms continue to be flooded with mixed reactions to Saturday’s resignation of educator Ruel Reid as Principal of Jamaica College (JC).
With many reacting with relief at th