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Police theorise robbery caused cop's murder in Gregory Park

Preliminary investigations have revealed that the policeman who was fatally shot in Gregory Park,...

Section of Marcus Garvey Drive to be closed Saturday

Motorists will not be able to use a section of Marcus Garvey Drive on Saturday.   ...

Woman charged for breaching Cyber Crimes Act

A woman accused of posting derogatory pictures of her ex-lover on Facebook appeared in court today...

Case delayed for man accused of killing Peter Abrahams

Norman Tomlinson, the man accused of the murder of former Radio Jamaica Chairman Peter Abrahams is...

Oil prices drop

Oil prices fell on Friday despite OPEC pledges to boost compliance with output curbs, on concerns...

Senate set to pass Bill to upgrade CMI to university status

Education Minister Senator Ruel Reid says the passage of the Caribbean Maritime University Bill will...

Agreement signed to pay firefighters owed allowances

An agreement has been signed for the payment of allowances owed to the island's firefighters for the...

JAS calls for pension scheme for farmers, fisherfolk

There is now an intensified lobby for the Jamaican Government to establish a National Pension Scheme...

OCG temporarily halts probe into contractor for de-bushing programme

The Office of the Contractor General (OCG) has temporarily discontinued its probe into the affairs...

President Trump vows to begin building Mexican border wall soon

US President Donald Trump has vowed to start building a wall on the Mexican border soon, way ahead...

Bartender who stripped to avoid prosecution set for trial in August

A bartender who reportedly stripped herself to avoid prosecution for not having a food handlers...

Jamaica sole CARICOM participant in PAHO's Zika research project

Jamaica is the only CARICOM country that will participate in a Pan American Health Organization...

Some informal settlements in St. Catherine, St. Andrew to be regularised

Residents of four informal settlements in St. Catherine and St. Andrew are to get their housing...

Phase II of Ocho Rios Fishing Village redevelopment to start soon

Phase II of the redevelopment project for the Ocho Rios Fishing Village in St. Ann is to get under...

Bail increased for two facing wounding, assault charges

Two of three persons, including a juvenile, who appeared in the St. Elizabeth Parish Court on...

Communities in Hanover to experience water disruption

The National Water Commission (NWC) is advising customers in section of Green Island, Prospect,...

Three held for gun, ammo find in Kingston

Three men have been taken into custody following the seizure of almost 100 rounds of ammunition and...

District constable dies after being shot allegedly by accident

A district constable who was injured in what the police say was an accidental shooting died on...

More support for closure of Cornwall Regional Hospital

The Jamaica Medical Doctors Association (JMDA) is in agreement with the position that it might...

KSAC says resolution near concerning compensation for blind man

The Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation has responded to complaints about a...

Police sergeant killed, body found in Gregory Park

A police sergeant was found shot dead in Gregory Park, St. Catherine early Friday morning.  ...

BOJ to reduce incentive deposts

The Bank of  Jamaica has revealed that it provided less US dollar liquidity support to the...

Digicel bonds trade up as investors react to cost cutting measures

Digicel bonds traded up on Thursday as investors reacted to a plan to dramatically cut costs at the...

Burrell recommends more discussions with Craig Butler

It seems to be a never ending story for Craig Butler, the father and manager of teenage sensation...

New competition to replace Netball Jamaica's Open League

Trelawny will be the only parish not represented in the inaugural staging of the JN Bank parish Open...

One Jamaican among applicants for Sunshine Girls head coach position

Only one local coach has shown an interest in the position of national senior netball coach...

Ex-IMF boss sentenced to prison for embezzlement

Former International Monetary Fund chief Rodrigo Rato has been sentenced to four-and-a-half years in...

Samuels urges WICB to adjust selection policy

Experienced middle order batsman Marlon Samuels has suggested he could accept a Kolpak deal in...

Over 150 student athletes cleared to represent their new schools at 'Champs' 2017

156 student athletes have been cleared to represent their new schools for the upcoming ISSA...

Jamaica into quarter finals at CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship

Jamaica secured a quarter-final berth at the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship despite going down...

Banks issue detailed response to Private Members Bill

The island's commercial banks have issued a detailed response regarding the Private Members Bill...

Mining and Quarrying sector registers decline

The October to December quarter was a less than spectacular one for the local Mining and Quarrying...

Jamaica's poverty rate declines

The Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) says there has been a decline in the country's poverty...

CONCACAF could get more World Cup places - report

There is a suggestion that the CONCACAF region, made up of the Caribbean, Central and North American...

Four jockeys land double wins at Caymanas Park

Former champion jockeys Dane Nelson and Wesley ‘Callaloo’ Henry along with Ameth Robles...

T&T Olympian facing sexual abuse charges in Cayman Islands

Trinidad and Tobago Olympian Ato Modibo Stephens has been extradited from the United States to the...

JAAA boss optimistic more international meets will come to NACAC

President of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) Dr Warren Blake believes a...

Mohammed sights inconsistencies in selection of Windies squad

Regional cricket commentator Fazeer Mohammed says there is a great deal of inconsistency with the...

Grace Shield coaches weigh in on ISSA's stance against improper cricket gear

At least two Grace Shield coaches are of the view that the Inter Secondary Schools Sports...

Oil prices slip as US dollar rises

Global oil prices slipped on Wednesday as the U.S. dollar in which payments for crude are made, rose...

CDB, IDB sign agreement to foster Caribbean development

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) have signed a...

Digicel plans to cut its workforce

Telecommunications company Digicel Group has said it will reduce its global workforce by 25 per...

Jamaica score first win at Beach Soccer Championship

Jamaica kept their quarter-final hopes alive , with a 6-3 win over Caribbean neighbours Guyana on...

Liberty Global still awaiting regulatory review in Jamaica

Liberty Global’s acquisition of Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) last year is still...

All set for Jamaica International Badminton Championship

It's all systems go for the third staging of the Jamaica International Badminton Championships set...

Classic warm-up races gets sponsorship

The penultimate warm-up races for classic aspirants at Caymanas Park, have attracted sponsorship for...

Chief Justice establishes Insolvency Division of Supreme Court

Chief  Justice Zaila McCalla has announced the establishment of  the Insolvency Division...

JAAA boss urges WADA to oppose USADA ruling

  The boss of local track and field governing body Dr Warren Blake is calling on the World...

Uncertainty over Darren Bravo's status for 2017 IPL

There is uncertainty as to whether or not embattled Trinidadian batsman Darren Bravo will play in...

Jamaica looks to rebound at Beach Soccer Championship

Jamaica will be looking to rebound quickly when they battle Guyana on Tuesday evening in their...

IMF team conducting first review of new arrangement with Jamaica

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission is in Jamaica to conduct the first review under the...

Verizon buying Yahoo for US$350m less than initally agreed

Verizon has reached a deal with Yahoo to buy that company's core internet business for US$350...

JPS announces quarterly dividend

The Board of Directors of the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) has said the payment of quarterly...

Jamaica Bankers Association yet to respond to BOJ's plan concerning US dollars

There has been no official response from the Jamaica Bankers Association to a move by the central...

Mixed financial results for Liberty Global

FLOW's parent company, Liberty Global Plc., has reported mixed financial results in the fourth...

National Insurance Fund inflows to pass J$14 billion mark

Inflows to the National Insurance Fund are projected pass the J$14 billion  mark in the new...

Harbour View beat Tivoli in Monday night RSPL

Former champions Harbour View continued their recent resurgence in the Red Stripe Premier League...

National TT champion looking to get back into top form

National champion Simon Tomlinson says his game has taken a hit as a result of not playing overseas...

BoJ implementing measures to discourage holding of U.S. dollars

The Bank of Jamaica (BoJ) has signalled that it will be moving to discourage Jamaicans from holding...

Oil prices edge higher

Oil priced edged up on Monday, as investor optimism over the effectiveness of producer cuts...

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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