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Manchester JUTA operator 45-year-old Kirk Lewis has been charged in connection with the seizure of a quantity of cocaine along the New Green main road in the parish. Lewis was charged on Monday with possession of cocaine, dealing in cocaine,...

The prosecution in the Clansman-One Don Gang trial is to provide an update on Friday on the telephone call records that are outstanding from Jamaica's two main service providers. The detective sergeant who led the investigation on Monday...

Jamaica has recorded four more COVID-19 deaths, pushing the tally to 2,396. Those who have died are a 74-year-old woman from St Catherine, a 49-year-old man from Trelawny whose death was previously under investigation, a 77-year-old man from...

World AIDS Day 2021, will, for the very first time, be recognised as a commemorative day for the City of Kingston. This was made possible through a resolution passed by the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) at a monthly meeting...

WIDESPREAD SUPPORT for concept and ideals aside, the Government’s ‘mandatory’ seven-year secondary-school programme has put it on a collision course with stakeholders in the sector, with many already suggesting that a sixth-form pandemic has been...

Education Minister Fayval Williams has reasserted her support for blended classroom learning and has lobbied that administrators maintain that option in the new year, even as more schools reopen for face-to-face classes. Addressing a ceremony for...

WESTERN BUREAU: ONE HUNDRED and twenty women recently benefited from free breast cancer screenings through the efforts of the western Jamaica-based Janet Richards Foundation, in an initiative which was sponsored by the family of the late Gwendolyn...

WESTERN BUREAU: The second phase of the estimated $20 million refurbishing of the meat, fruits and vegetable market in Hopewell, Hanover, is now on in earnest in the aftermath of Sunday’s demolition of the existing fruits and vegetable section of...

WESTERN BUREAU: Former outspoken president of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA), Owen Speid, has declared Prime Minister Andrew Holness as hypocritical for suggesting the death penalty for persons caught with illegal firearms, based on his...

Having spent the “last few weeks on the road”, People’s National Party (PNP) President Mark Golding is upbeat based on the response he has been getting and has underscored the importance of the upcoming local government elections to his party. “We...
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