Gunman shot dead after attack at store downtown Kingston
Photo of the Day: Whose idea was this?
Gov’t looking to expand access to care for diabetic patients
121 new COVID cases on Friday; two new deaths
Gov’t move to amend the Emergency Powers Act a PR stunt, says Bunting
More Old Trafford misery for United with 2-0 loss to City
Health official says children must engage more in physical activities
Gayle flops again as Australia beat West Indies to close in on semis
Manhunt for gunman after Portmore shootout; one dead, cops injured
Vaccination blitz continues this weekend
Saturday Nov 06
A seriously concerning packing arrangement on a trailer laden with lumber which was seen at the corner Lyndhurst Road and Studio One Boulevard in Kingston on Friday.
Whoever conceptualised the packing of a particular trailer which was seen at the corner of Lyndhurst Road and Studio One Boulevard in Kingston on Friday, would likely have had quite some explaining to do if someone in authority had been in place to question the decision.
With a huge mound of lumber extending high and well behind the back of the vehicle, it presented a negative sight from any perspective, including this angle from the lens of Marlon Reid.
Of most significance was the danger the protruding lumber posed to both motorists and pedestrians along the roadway.
Man charged after allegedly chopping off an ear of 17-y-o
A man has been arrested and charged with wounding with intent following an incident in Lucky Hill, St Mary on Thursday, November 4.
Charged is 35-year-old Delmar Hinds of Lucky Hill St Ma
Man suspected to be ‘supplier of guns and ammo to gangs’ arrested
The St Catherine North police have arrested a man suspected of being a major supplier of guns and ammunition to criminal elements across the division.
The man, whose identity is being withhel
ANGER IN THE COURT: Judge orders cop handcuffed for ‘court absence’
Police Federation members livid, calls for Justice Minister to take action
‘Gang leader’ spared lives of elderly, but ‘had pleading woman killed’
Alleged leader of the One Don faction of the Clansman gang, Andre ‘Blackman’ Bryan, reportedly told his gangsters to spare the lives of elderly people in a house in an inner-city community called ‘Fis
Principal sentenced for indecent assault of boy heads to Appeal Court
Solomon Smith, the Principal of Brown’s Town Primary School in St Ann, is heading to the Court of Appeal in a bid to quash his conviction on an indecent assault charge relative to an incident involvin
Diabetics account for nearly half of Jamaica’s COVID-19 deaths — MOHW
Nearly half of the more than 2,000 Jamaicans who have died from COVID-19 since the first case was confirmed locally in March last year had diabetes.
The disclosure was made by state minister in the