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Jamaica has imposed restrictions on travellers from a number of African countries, following the emergence of a new COVID variant. The countries are: Botswana Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) Lesotho Malawi Mozambique Namibia South...
The ill-fated house in Hartford, Westmoreland, which was set ablaze by gunmen on Thursday night. The criminals opened fire at the occupants as they fled, killing 17-year-old Delano Spence and injuring three other relatives.

WESTERN BUREAU: A Westmoreland family is struggling to come to grips with a deadly home invasion on Thursday night, which left a 17-year-old boy dead and other relatives injured as gunmen lit their board dwelling and opened fire at the occupants,...
Leader of the Opposition Mark Golding.

As the Government’s states of emergency (SOEs) come to a screeching halt tonight, President of the People’s National Party (PNP) Mark Golding has indicated that he is willing to pay a political price for defending the constitutional rights of...

BRUSSELS (AP): Nearly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the world raced Friday to contain a new coronavirus variant potentially more dangerous than the one that has fuelled relentless waves of infection on nearly every continent. A World Health...

Jamaica is now on a “knife-edge”, according to Senate President Tom Tavares-Finson, following a legislative deadlock in the House of Representatives late last night, effectively putting a halt to the seven-police division states of emergency (SOEs...

WESTERN BUREAU: The Jamaica AIDS Support for Life (JASL) is planning to step up its advocacy for the police force and the army to discontinue their practice of asking applicants to take HIV tests even as it pushes for other organisations to stop...

“Dem a pay thief and nuh want pay police!” were the words shouted repeatedly by a female cop at the entrance to the Supreme Court in downtown Kingston yesterday as hundreds of disgruntled police officers protested while awaiting news on their 40-...

The developers of a Corporate Area housing project have been forced to invest heavily in beefing up security with children being among thieves targeting the development, making off with windows and doors. William Lai, president and CEO of World...

Ear-piercing screams from mourners echoed in Havannah Heights, Clarendon, on Thursday as the bodies of three victims of the September 12 quadruple murder arrived at the Dynamic Church of God in the community. The sight of the two red and white...

The prosecution in the Clansman-One Don Gang trial yesterday succeeded in getting one of the three cellular phones used to secretly record the conversations of alleged members of the gang, including its reputed leader Andre ‘Blackman’ Bryan,...
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