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Two shot on Belmont Road in St. Andrew

An armed thug struck on Belmont Road in St. Andrew Friday morning, leaving two men suffering from...

Two shot, one fatally, on Belmont Road in St. Andrew

  An armed thug struck on Belmont Road in St. Andrew Friday morning, leaving a man dead and...

Justice Minister promises faster sentences for persons charged with major crimes

Justice Minister Delroy Chuck has said the Government is committed to ensuring that persons charged...

UPDATE: TAJ instructed to close its King Street office due to complaints about noxious fumes

The Jamaica Fire Brigade has instructed Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) to close its King Street...

Two shot dead in separate incidents in St. Catherine

Two men, including a member of the Peace Management Initiative, were murdered in St. Catherine on...

Gov't offers Special Early Retirement to some public sector workers

Government is offering a Special Early Retirement Programme (SERP) to eligible public sector...

Oil futures decline

Oil futures were down after the International Energy Agency said U.S. oil production would rise...

UDC requests bids for Pre-Horizon Scanning and Foresighting Study

Following on the heels of its invitation for consultants to submit their bids for selecting the...

US House of Representatives approves government funding bill

The US House of Representatives has passed a bill to fund government operations until February 16 -...

PSOJ welcomes State of Emergency in St. James

  The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) has welcomes the State of Public Emergency...

St. James police name top five wanted men

The police in St. James have listed the top five most wanted individuals in the parish.   ...

Fire Brigade probing reports of noxious fumes at King Street tax office

  The Jamaica Fire Brigade is conducting a probe at Tax Administration Jamaica, TAJ's King...

Former MP Enid Bennett to get official funeral on Saturday

An official funeral is to be held for Enid Bennett, former State Minister in the Ministry of Social...

Woman among three charged for ganja find in St. Mary

A woman is among three persons held in connection with Wednesday's ganja seizure in Boscobel, St....

Contractor dies in crash on Bull Point road in St. Ann

The identity of a contractor who died in a motor vehicle crash along the Bull Point main road in St....

Youth Minister yet to receive report on fire at Walker's Place of Safety

Youth Minister Senator Ruel Reid is not yet in receipt of the report on Monday's fire at the...

Taxi driver found dead in St. Ann

The body of a taxi driver was found with a bullet wound inside his vehicle along Church Street in...

Curfew imposed in Spanish Town

A curfew has been imposed in sections of Spanish Town in St. Catherine.    The curfew...

Canada cautions its residents travelling to Montego Bay

The Canadian government has warned its citizens travelling to Montego Bay to exercise caution during...

St. Elizabeth police set up patrols along border with St. James

The police in St. Elizabeth along with the Jamaica Defence Force have set up special patrols along...

Businesses to close earlier due to State of Emergency in St. James

The Police High Command has announced changes to business hours in St. James which is now under a...

Downturn in economic activity predicted in light of State of Emergency

Business interests in Montego Bay have predicted that the State of Emergency in St. James will cause...

Scrap metal containers to be re-inspected in search of stolen bearings from sugar factory

Industry Minister Karl Samuda has ordered the re-inspection of all scrap metal containers that were...

Opposition welcomes State of Emergency in St. James

  The opposition People's National Party (PNP) has welcomed the declaration of the State of...

Spurs lose undefeated tag in Elite Netball League

There is no more unbeaten team in the Berger Elite Netball League after the previously undefeated...

FIFA boss announces future development plans for Jamaica

FIFA president Gianni Infantino says Jamaica could host youth tournaments in the future as he spoke...

Champions Arnett return to winning ways in RSPL

Defending champions Arnett Gardens returned to winning ways in the Red Stripe Premier League when...

Tough opening day for Scorpions against Pride

It was a tough opening day for the Jamaican Scorpions bowlers against the Barbados Pride in their...

Eight teams to contest CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup

The 2018 edition of the CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup will be held from October 4 to 17 featuring...

ASAJ boss expecting gains from partnership with IPL

President of the Aquatic Sports Association of Jamaica (ASAJ) Martin Lyn is hoping a partnership...

Brad Barnes gets late call to join Windies U-19 team

Jamaican Brad Barnes has been called up to the West Indies Under-19 squad as a replacement for...

Venezuela's oil output declining

Venezuela's oil output is dropping amid a worsening economic crisis.   The country told OPEC...

Emirates airline announces order of 36 Airbus A380s

The Emirates airline has announced an order for up to 36 Airbus A380s.   The $16 billion deal...

China's economic growth picks up after seven years

China's economy grew by 6.9 per cent in 2017 according to official data - the first time in seven...

Cardenas rides 4-timer at Caymanas Park

Newly-licenced trainer Junior Small had his first winner at Caymanas Park when he saddled Cup O Tea...

Windies crash out of contention at U-19 World Cup

West Indies Under-19 captain Emmanuel Stewart and his team will start picking up the pieces...

Jamaica's women's bobsleigh team targets medal at Winter Olympics

Jamaica's history making female bobsleigh team of driver Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian, brakeman Carrie...

Spurs beat Hummingbirds in top of the table Elite Netball clash

Leaders Manchester Spurs got the better of second place Kingston Hummingbirds in the top of the...

All set for two day FIFA Summit in Mo Bay

Forty representatives from FIFA member associations and confederations will converge on Montego Bay...

Portmore United return to winning ways in midweek RSPL

Portmore United were back to winning ways in the midweek match-up in the Red Stripe Premier League,...

Elite Diagnostics seeking $141m equity capital from IPO

Elite Diagnostics Limited is seeking $141 million of equity capital from an initial public offering...

Nestle selling US business to Ferrero Group

Nestle is selling its US sweets and chocolate business to Ferrero Group for US$2.8 billion.  ...

Goldman Sachs registers first loss in six years

US investment bank Goldman Sachs has posted its first quarterly loss in six years amid continued...

Oil prices hold steady

Oil prices were little changed on Wednesday ahead of the release of US weekly petroleum inventory...

Jamaica, Mexico sign MOU on multi-destination tourism

Jamaica and Mexico yesterday signed a memorandum of  understanding (MOU), to concretize a...

Arnett Gardens and Reno in Monday night RSPL stalemate

Defending champions Arnett Gardens' recent winless run in the Red Stripe Premier League was extended...

Duckie set to replace Waite as Reggae Boyz temporary assistant coach

The Jamaica Football Federation appears to have found a replacement for national assistant coach...

Javon Francis set to return to action

2013 World Championship mile relay silver medalist Javon Francis will be making a return to the...

TOBA calls on SVREL to reverse decision to cut breeders' bonuses

The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association of Jamaica (TOBA), has rejected a decision by...

Eppley Fund Managers acquires Fortress Caribbean Property Fund

Eppley Fund Managers will assume all investment management responsibilities for Fortress Caribbean...

UNWTO pledges support for Global Tourism Resilience Centre in Jamaica

Tourism Minister Ed Bartlett says newly-appointed Secretary General of the United Nations World...

Oil prices slip from three-year high

Oil prices slipped from a three-year high amid speculation that a surge in hedge-fund buying had...

US oil output poised to top 10 million barrels per day

Surging shale production is poised to push U.S. oil output to more than 10 million barrels per day -...

Former Reggae Boy urges young Jamaican players to change attitude

The nation's top young players are being challenged to improve their approach to the game if they...

Knutsford Express reports increased profits

Knutsford Express is reporting increased profits for the quarter ending November 30.  ...

Oil prices near three-year high

Oil prices hovered near a three-year high above $70 a barrel on Monday on signs that production cuts...

Chile accuses World Bank of unfair treatment

Chilean officials have accused the World Bank of treating the country unfairly for several years....

Giggs appointed national coach of Wales

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs is the new manager of the Wales national team, signing a four...

Young Reggae Girls depart for CONCACAF Championship

Jamaica's Under-20 Reggae Girlz will depart the island on Monday to Trinidad and Tobago for the 2018...

Controversy surrounds NCB's bid for Guardian Holdings

Controversy is brewing in Trinidad and Tobago over NCB Global Holdings bid for Guardian Holdings....

Sugar Association of the Caribbean plans to increase intra-regional trade

The Sugar Association of  the Caribbean (SAC) of  which Jamaica is a member, is planning...

1.85 million voters sign petition to oust Venezuelan president

Venezuela's opposition has presented to the electoral authorities a petition with the signatures of...

Puerto Rico gets condoms to prevent spread of Zika sexually

New York City is sending a million condoms to Puerto Rico, which has recorded one death from the...

Violent crime high in Trinidad and Tobago - US State Department

The US State Department, in its latest travel update, has warned that violent crime remains high in...

First U.S cruise ship after decades sails to Cuba

A US cruise ship completed a historic journey by docking in the Cuban capital, Havana, Monday...

'Erika' and 'Joaquin' no longer used as names of hurricanes

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has announced it will no longer use the names Erika and...

T&T begins work to decriminalise marijuana possession

Trinidad and Tobago's government has begun statistical groundwork for the decriminalising of...

Financial stability of ECCU uncertain

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) on Wednesday expressed concern about the status of the...

Puerto Rico faces financial crisis

Puerto Rico’s Government Development Bank is facing a debt default of $422 million on May 1,...

Brazil President's strategist faces corruption charges

Brazilian prosecutors have filed corruption charges against President Dilma Rousseff's electoral...

Thousands sign petition to remove Venezuelan President

The Venezuelan opposition has claimed that 600,000 people have signed a petition for a recall...

Venezuelans protest two-day work week

Venezuelan cities are being cleaned after looting and fiery protests.   Angry residents in...

Corruption trial of former TCI ministers to go beyond 2016

The corruption trial in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) of former government ministers and others...

OAS to investigate rift between Belize and Guatemala

The Organization of American States (OAS) says it will conduct an independent investigation of the...

Venezuela government imposes two-day work week

Venezuela's government has imposed a two-day work week for public sector employees as a temporary...

US Virgin Islands confirms two more cases of Zika

The US Virgin Islands Department of Health has confirmed two additional cases of the Zika virus. The...

Venezuelan court rejects proposal to cut president's term

Venezuela's Supreme Court has rejected a proposed constitutional amendment to cut President Nicolas...

Cuba and Kuwait sign energy agreement

Cuba and Kuwait signed an agreement for a long-term loan in the energy sector on Friday in Havana....

UNAIDS condemns killings of transgenders in region

The United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS has condemned killings and violations of human...

Social change needed in Babados - Sir Hilary Beckles

The Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies (UWI) has called for social change in...
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