The Kingston central police are seeking a man known as Bogie in connection with the murder of another man in downtown Kingston yesterday afternoon.
The Half Way Tree police are also trying to determine the circumstances leading to the stabbing death of another man on Constant Spring Road yesterday.
The union representing workers at the St. Ann Bauxite Limited has carried out its threat to disrupt the company’s operation.
One man was killed in a two-vehicle collision along the Linstead Bypass in St. Catherine, this morning.
A member of the Jamaica constabulary Force (JCF) was yesterday found guilty of Simple Larceny in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate\'s Court.
Classes at the Ocho Rios primary school in St. Ann are expected to resume this morning.
Prime Minister Bruce Golding is to table a bill in parliament today, to establish an independent authority to investigate abuses by members of the security forces
Lawyers for the investment club OLINT are now trying to convince the Court of Appeal to extend the injunction, which bars the National Commercial Bank (NCB) from closing its accounts.
Classes have resumed at the First Hill All Age School in Jackson Town, Trelawny following a demonstration this morning.
Hundreds of commuters in St. Catherine have again been left stranded following a second day of protest by taxi operators.
Transport and Work Minister, Mike Henry said the environmental conditions in Ocho Rios, St. Ann will be significantly improved by the end of the week.
Mayor of Portmore, Keith Hinds is expressing concern over the frequent disruption in the water supply in Portmore.
Members of the school board at the Mount Zion primary school in St. Mary are to meet with the police today in an effort to resolve a dispute between a teacher at the school and a parent.
The service to celebrate the life of Cedella Marley Booker, the mother of reggae icon Bob Marley is to take place next Monday.
The Western Regional Health Authority (WRHA) said Jamaicans are developing chronic diseases at an earlier age.
Taxi operators plying the Spanish Town to Naggo Head route in St. Catherine have withdrawn their service in protest against the hike in road license fees.
The trial of 23 year old Sheldon Pusey who has been charged with the murder of 60 year old Ambassador Peter King has been put off for mention in the Home Circuit court on April 28.
The Government is now trying to identify how it will respond to the possible shortage of rice.
Customers of the National Water Commission (NWC) who are served by the Tulloch Springs/Bybrook water supply system in St. Catherine will experience disruptions in their water supply starting this month end.
Regular visits to the Horizon Adult Remand Centre will resume today following more than a one-week break.
The Jamaica/Cuba Eye Care team is scheduled to begin screening patients in St. Thomas today.
Several residents of Berwick in Riversdale, St. Catherine this morning blocked the Crawl main road to protest against the shooting of two men by the police.
Supreme Court Judge, Justice Roy Jones has given the go ahead for the National Commercial Bank (NCB) to close the accounts of investment club OLINT.
The Agriculture Minister, Dr. Christopher Tufton said he would be visiting yam farmers in Trelawny next week to discuss the decline in their production.
The St. Ann policeman and his son who are charged for breaching the Corruption Prevention Act are scheduled to appear in court today.