Dancehall artiste David \'Mavado\' Brooks is to appear in the Gun court today on gun related charges.
Cabinet has approved new boards for three entities.
The police in St Catherine are now maintaining patrols in the Westmore Gardens community, off St Johns Road in Spanish Town where a soldier was among three men shot dead this morning.
Telecommunications company Cable and Wireless is to cut some of its staff in the Caribbean under a restructuring programme.
Convicted Jamican drug dealer, Leebert Ramcharam has been sentenced to 35 years imprisonment in the United States.
Minister without portfolio in the finance ministry, Senator Don Wehby, is scheduled to attend the 38th Annual Board of Governor’s Meeting of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) in Canada today.
A group of consultants have concluded that rice can be an economically viable crop for Jamaica.
The police in St. Catherine are now maintaining patrols in the Westmore Gardens community of St. John\'s Road, Spanish Town, where a soldier was among three men shot dead, allegedly by gunmen this morning.
Rural bus operators could know by next week how much more they will be allowed to charge commuters.
A 56 year old Justice of the Peace (JP) who was convicted on two counts of negligence contrary to common law was this morning granted bail in the Appeal Court.
The price of oil has hit a record high above US$135 a barrel more than twice what it cost a year ago.
Motorists can expect a hike in the price of fuel effective today.
Investigators in Kingston have still not established a motive for two multiple killings in the parish yesterday.
The government said it would be allocating $25 million to assist 100 farmers who are involved in its fruit tree crop programme.
A Canadian group, which had threatened a tourist boycott of Jamaica, has called off its threat following an official response from the government.
Police and fire crews in Montego Bay, St. James are making another attempt to recover two decomposed bodies from a well in the parish.
Police investigators have still not determined the circumstances that led to the death of an inmate at the St. Catherine Adult Correctional Centre last night.
The Financial Services Commission (FSC) is confirming that the embattled investment club, Cash Plus Limited is bankrupt.
The Ministry of Transport is today expected to receive the recommendations for rural bus fare increases from the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR).
Members of the police high command are to meet with residents of the troubled August Town community in St. Andrew today.
Education Minister, Andrew Holness said he would soon be taking a draft policy to cabinet for the introduction of compulsory education up to age 18.
The three male teenagers who along with a church deacon were arrested and charged for the trafficking of a 14 year old schoolgirl are scheduled to reappear in court today for sentencing.
The police are still to locate two men who managed to elude them during an operation at Heroes Circle in Central Kingston this morning.
The Transport Ministry is expressing concern about the operations of the Montego Bay Transport Centre in St. James.
There was more confusion at the offices of the World Wise Investment Club in New Kingston this morning as investors flocked the building demanding their payouts.