• Commissioner Quallo devoted to tackling corruption

    Newly installed Commissioner of Police, George Quallo, says his tenure as head of the constabulary force will be devoted to fighting corruption, both
  • Young Reggae Boyz hit with flu-like infection ahead of must win Mexico clash

    Jamaica’s national under 17 team have suffered a severe setback ahead of Saturday’s must win clash against Mexico at the CONCACAF Under 17
  • Security Minister tightens grip on prison recordings

    Security Minister, Robert Montague says his team has implemented technological solutions, and frequent searches to bar inmates from recording music
  • EGC calls for speedy passage of corruption bill

    Chairman of the Economic Growth Council (EGC) Michael Lee Chin is urging the government to step up efforts to complete the passage of two bills to confront
  • Coin Shortage Forces Interim Toll Rate Changes On North South High Way

    Motorists using the North South Highway from Caymanas Estate in St. Catherine to Mammee Bay in St. Ann, will be faced with toll rate changes effective
  • Marlon Samuels joins Delhi Daredevils

    West Indies middle order batsman Marlon Samuels has been signed by the Delhi Daredevils for the rest of the IPL campaign as replacement for the injured
  • Chase & Joseph make career gains on ICC Test Rankings

    Roston Chase and Alzarri Joseph have achieved career best positions after being among the biggest movers on the latest release of ICC Player Rankings.
  • West Indies fined for slow over rate

    The West Indies have been slapped with a fine for slow over-rate in the first Test against Pakistan which ended earlier this week at Sabina Park. ICC Match
  • Elaine Thompson to face Schippers and Felixe in Eugene in May

    Double Olympic gold medallist Elaine Thompson will be among the Olympic medallists set to take on a three-time world champion in the women’s 200m at the
  • Government Taking Steps to Deal with Possible Terrorist Attacks

    The government is seeking to assure the nation, that its taking steps, to deal with any possible terrorist attack, and the continuation of government,
  • Jhaniele Fowler-Reid scores 45 to lead Southern Steel to convincing win

    Towering Jamaican goal-shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid had another outstanding game to lead the high-scoring Southern Steel to a big 73-51 win over the

OUR tells NWC: stop charging late fees

by April 28th, 2017
OUR tells NWC: stop charging late fees
The Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) has directed the National Water Commission (NWC) to stop charging customers late payment fee

Commissioner Quallo devoted to tackling corruption

by April 28th, 2017
Commissioner Quallo devoted to tackling corruption
Newly installed Commissioner of Police, George Quallo, says his tenure as head of the constabulary force will be devoted to fighting

Young Reggae Boyz hit with flu-like infection ahead of must win Mexico clash

by April 28th, 2017
Young Reggae Boyz hit with flu-like infection ahead of must win Mexico clash
Jamaica’s national under 17 team have suffered a severe setback ahead of Saturday’s must win clash against Mexico at the CONCACAF

Calabar on Fire and Holmwood Technical shocks Edwin as Penn Relays heats up

by April 28th, 2017
Calabar on Fire and Holmwood Technical shocks Edwin as Penn Relays heats up
Holmwood Technical shocked favourites Edwin Allen high school earlier today at the Penn Relays after they ran away with the 4×800

Security Minister tightens grip on prison recordings

by April 28th, 2017
Security Minister tightens grip on prison recordings
Security Minister, Robert Montague says his team has implemented technological solutions, and frequent searches to bar inmates from

Preparations underway for Jack Ruby Celebration

by April 25th, 2017
Preparations underway for Jack Ruby Celebration
Preparations are in high gear for the 2017 staging of IRIE FM’s Jack Ruby Celebration. The festivity dubbed “the Black Experience” is