• Education Minister calls for due diligence following reports of teachers preying on children

    Education Minister, Senator Ruel Reid has called on school boards to improve their due diligence process, to avoid employing teachers who prey on students.
  • Athletics Australia wants Usian Bolt for inaugural Track and Field League

    Athletics Australia is hoping to lure the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt to a revamped big bash type athletics competition next year. The event dubbed the
  • Legislation for fixed election dates being drafted

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness, says his administration has started drafting legislation, to allow for fixed election dates in Jamaica. He says he has
  • Heavy rains cause flooding in St Thomas

    Heavy rains pelting sections of St. Thomas have resulted in flooding and road blockages. A section of Church Street in front of the Morant Bay Courthouse
  • Drake and PopCaan blast Mr. Vegas

    Canadian rapper Drake and PopCaan have both responded to Mr. Vegas following his 8 minutes long video questioning Drake’s motives for not crediting the
  • Woman Caught with Cocaine at NMIA Arrested

    A Jamaican woman was arrested on suspicion of breaches of the Dangerous Drugs Act at the Norman Manley International Airport on Saturday. Reports are that
  • Jamaican winger Leon Bailey named Belgian Pro League’s most promising player

    Talented Jamaican teenage winger Leon Bailey has capped an outstanding debut season in the Belgian Pro League by winning the Most Promising Player of the
  • Types of Murders Committed Raising Concern for Police

    Head of the Criminal Investigation Branch, CIB, Assistant Commissioner Ealon Powell says there is a cause for concern regarding the type of murders being
  • Darren Mattocks high profile omission from Reggae Boyz Copa Centenario squad

    English Premier League winning defender Wes Morgan of Leicester City heads Jamaica’s 23 man Reggae Boyz squad for the upcoming Copa America Centenario.
  • British National Slapped with Drug Charges

    A British woman was arrested at the Donald Sangster International Airport on Thursday, May 19, and slapped with drug charges. She has been identified as 24
  • Chris Gayle in trouble again: batsman alleged to have sparked new sexism row

    West Indies batting star Chris Gayle could be travelling down the road of controversy and is facing fresh allegations of sexism after making a series of

Education Minister calls for due diligence following reports of teachers preying on children

by May 24th, 2016
Education Minister calls for due diligence following reports of teachers preying on children
Education Minister, Senator Ruel Reid has called on school boards to improve their due diligence process, to avoid employing teachers

Dr Phillips: IMF comments on budget supports PNP position

by May 24th, 2016
Dr Phillips: IMF comments on budget supports PNP position
Opposition Spokesman on Finance, Dr. Peter Phillips, says comments by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) about government’s

West Indies select eleven to take on Barbados in warm up match

by May 25th, 2016
West Indies select eleven to take on Barbados in warm up match
The West Indies team will take  on  a  Barbados   select  eleven  in  two  warm  up  matches as  part  of  their  preparation  for  

Athletics Australia wants Usian Bolt for inaugural Track and Field League

by May 24th, 2016
Athletics Australia wants Usian Bolt for inaugural Track and Field League
Athletics Australia is hoping to lure the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt to a revamped big bash type athletics competition next year.

Drake and PopCaan blast Mr. Vegas

by May 24th, 2016
Drake and PopCaan blast Mr. Vegas
Canadian rapper Drake and PopCaan have both responded to Mr. Vegas following his 8 minutes long video questioning Drake’s motives for

Alkaline’s US Visa not revoked

by May 20th, 2016
Alkaline’s US Visa not revoked
“All lies” is how the management of Alkaline is responding following reports that the deejay’s U.S. Visa was revoked. According to a