• Curfew in Denham Town

    A curfew has been imposed in sections of Denham Town Zone of Special Operations. The curfew was enforced yesterday evening and will remain in effect until
  • Senators call for conclusion to wage talks

    Government Senator Kavan Gayle has called for a conclusion to the public sector wage negotiations. Mr Gayle who  heads the Bustamante Industrial Trade
  • Florida State eases to win over Fordham at inaugural Jamaica Classic

    Action on day one of the inaugural Jamaica Classic NCAA men’s college basketball pre-season tournament saw Florida State easing to a 67-43 win over Fordham
  • Commissioner Ouallo gives update on crime fighting

    No new crime plan was unveiled by the police high command today (Nov 17). Instead, Police Commissioner George Quallo gave updates on the successes of the
  • Lagarde: IMF programmes dont increase hardships

    Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde has dismissed criticism that policies implemented under its programme have imposed
  • Government will complete wage negotiations

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness is urging unions representing public sector workers, to consider the government’s offer for the 2017/2019 contract
  • St. Hildas High student is St Ann MC Junior Mayor

    Britney Gray, a student of St. Hildas High School, has been selected as this year’s Junior Mayor for the St. Ann Municipal Corporation. Gray was
  • Miller bags 3 to give Jamaica Scorpions the edge vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes

    The Jamaica Scorpions had the better of exchanges on the second day and are holding the upper hand heading into the penultimate day of the Digicel 4-Day
  • Public sector reform momentum needs to gather pace says PM Holness

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness says there is need for the public sector reform momentum to gather pace. Speaking at a press conference at the Office of the
  • Commissioner Calls Press Conference to Address Crime Wave

    The country will hear more tomorrow on how the police intend to tackle the crime monster. There is concern across the country about the rising number of
  • 12 People Arrested in St Andrew South to Stem Gang Violence

    Approximately 12 persons have been taken in custody so far in relation to the flare up of violence in a section of the St Andrew South police division.

Curfew in Denham Town

by November 18th, 2017
Curfew in Denham Town
A curfew has been imposed in sections of Denham Town Zone of Special Operations. The curfew was enforced yesterday evening and will

Senators call for conclusion to wage talks

by November 18th, 2017
Senators call for conclusion to wage talks
Government Senator Kavan Gayle has called for a conclusion to the public sector wage negotiations. Mr Gayle who  heads the Bustamante

Florida State eases to win over Fordham at inaugural Jamaica Classic

by November 18th, 2017
Florida State eases to win over Fordham at inaugural Jamaica Classic
Action on day one of the inaugural Jamaica Classic NCAA men’s college basketball pre-season tournament saw Florida State easing to a

Miller bags 3 to give Jamaica Scorpions the edge vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes

by November 17th, 2017
Miller bags 3 to give Jamaica Scorpions the edge vs Leeward Islands Hurricanes
The Jamaica Scorpions had the better of exchanges on the second day and are holding the upper hand heading into the penultimate day of

RJRGleaner Group Chairman Lester Spaulding has died

by November 17th, 2017
RJRGleaner Group Chairman Lester Spaulding has died
Chairman of the RJRGLEANER Communications Group J Lester Spaulding has died. According to the Jamaica Gleaner online, Spaulding died in

Former Miss Jamaica Universe Trudi Ferguson loses battle with cancer

by November 14th, 2017
Former Miss Jamaica Universe Trudi Ferguson loses battle with cancer
Since news broke of her passing, there has been an outpouring of tributes on social media for Miss Jamaica Universe, Trudi Ferguson.