• Usain Bolt clocks 9.95 seconds to win men’s 100 metres in Monaco Diamond League

    Sprint legend Usain Bolt signaled his readiness for the IAAF World Championship in London next month after winning the men’s 100 meters at the Monaco
  • Tony Matterhorn wins Reggae Sumfest Soundclash

    Tony Matterhorn walked away with $500,000 and the Soundclash championship belt after demolishing four sounds in the second city, Montego Bay on Thursday
  • Jury deliberating in murder trial of former Police Constable

    The jury has begun deliberating in the murder trial of former Police Constable Mark Russell. Russell is on trial for the shooting death of 18-year-old
  • PNP Recommends Selection Conference to Choose Portia Simpson-Miller’s Replacement

    The Peoples National Party’s Executive Committee will be recommending to the National Executive Council NEC that a selection conference for South West St
  • Police Commissioner Says Additional Resources for JCF Well Deserved

    Police Commissioner George Quallo says, the additional resources allocated to the Jamaica Constabulary Force are well deserved. Information Minister
  • 15 High Powered Weapons and 4000 Rounds of Ammo Seized

    The security forces seized 15 high powered weapons and over 4 thousand rounds of assorted ammunition at Kingston Wharves yesterday. Police Commissioner
  • O.J Simpson granted parole …..could be released from Prison by October 1

    O.J. Simpson won his bid Thursday for an early release from prison after a Nevada Parole Board unanimously granted the request. He could be out from behind
  • NS highway toll rates to be rolled back

    Transport Minister, Mike Henry has decided to roll back the toll rates on the North-South Highway, following public outcry. The rates were adjusted on
  • Airports increase security measures

    There are increased security measures at the country’s two major airports. They are aimed at enhancing the airports’ capacity for electronic
  • No area declared as special operation zone as yet

    Although the special zones of operations law is now in effect, a special zone has not yet been declared. The new law is another measure being used by
  • Holness to meet with Govt agencies about Zones of Special Operations

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness is to convene a meeting with all permanent secretaries and heads of agencies. This is to ensure that the necessary structures

Public Debt Management Bill Passed

by July 21st, 2017
Public Debt Management Bill Passed
The Senate approved the Public Debt Management Bill with one amendment. The bill will seek to facilitate provisions to allow the

EX COP GUILTY

by July 21st, 2017
EX COP GUILTY
Former Police Constable Mark Russell has been found guilty of the 2007 murder of 18-year-old Ravin Thompson. Russell was convicted

Alphanso Cunningham finishes 8th in men’s F53 Shot Put at Paralympic Games

by July 21st, 2017
Alphanso Cunningham finishes 8th in men’s F53 Shot Put at Paralympic Games
Jamaica’s Alphonso Cunningham finished outside the medal placing in the men’s Shot Put F53 event at the ongoing Paralympic Games

Dwayne Bravo to lead Trinbago Knight Riders in the upcoming Caribbean Premier League T/20

by July 21st, 2017
Dwayne Bravo to lead Trinbago Knight Riders in the upcoming Caribbean Premier League T/20
Dwayne Bravo will be fit and ready to lead the Trinbago Knight Riders in the upcoming Hero Caribbean Premier League.  This is according

Tony Matterhorn wins Reggae Sumfest Soundclash

by July 21st, 2017
Tony Matterhorn wins Reggae Sumfest Soundclash
Tony Matterhorn walked away with $500,000 and the Soundclash championship belt after demolishing four sounds in the second city,

PopCaan gets US visa

by July 19th, 2017
PopCaan gets US visa
Social media has been buzzing with excitement following talks that PopCaan has been granted his US work visa. According to RedBull.com,