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BACKYARD GARDENS FOR JAMAICANS THIS LABOUR DAY

Jamaicans are being encouraged to create backyard gardens and plant trees at home this year, as part of activities...

525 STREETLIGHTS HAVE BEEN STOLEN IN 2021

The Jamaica Public Service, JPS, is reporting that approximately 525 streetlights have been stolen across the island since the...

POLICE FEDERATION TO ADDRESS VACCINATION CONCERNS

Chairman of the Police Federation, Corporal Rohan James, says an official statement is slated to be released by the...

CLARENDON COLLEGE BUS DRIVER DIES FOLLOWING CRASH

A second person has died from injuries sustained in a three vehicle collision along New Road in Clarendon yesterday Dead...

MAN CHARGED FOR MURDER COMMITTED LAST YEAR

The Police have charged 29-year-old Jerome Pryce for several offences in connection with an incident on Central Road in...

FACEBOOK HAS SIX MONTHS TO DETERMINE IF DONALD TRUMP RETURNS

  Donald Trump's ban from Facebook and Instagram has been upheld by Facebook's Oversight Board. But it criticised the permanent nature...

SIX MALES IN ST. ANN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES FOR COURT FRIDAY

  Six males will appear in the St. Ann’s Bay Parish Court on Friday, May 7 to answer to charges...

Former IMF Rep in Jamaica now heads Caribbean Development Bank

Former Senior International Monetary Fund (IMF) Resident Representative in Jamaica, Dr. Hyginus “Gene” Leon, took office as the sixth...

PM announces adjustments to curfew hours

Prime Minister Andrew Holness announced adjustments to the curfew hours as the country fights to contain the spread...

FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES FOR EXAM STUDENTS TO BEGIN ON MONDAY

Cabinet has approved the resumption of face-to-face instruction as of Monday for students sitting examinations. According to Prime Minister Andrew...
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