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Three people are now dead and three others are in hospital following an attack by gunmen in Enfield, St Mary.  One of the individuals in hospital is in critical condition. A senior police source told The Gleaner that intelligence received so...

Education Minister Fayval Williams says the ministry has sought legal advice on whether scandal-scarred former Education Minister Ruel Reid and Professor Fritz Pinnock should still be receiving multimillion-dollar salaries at the expense...

Jamaica-born reputed gangster David Hardy was on Tuesday sentenced to 31 years for firing the bullet that killed 13-year-old Shamoya McKenzie on New Year’s Eve in 2016, a crime that shocked the city of Mount Vernon in New York.

Westmoreland businessman 55-year-old Milton Madison, otherwise called 'Denzel', has been charged with three counts of rape. The police say the alleged incidents occurred at his business establishment between November and December 2020....

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Travellers and authorities from India and some African countries are furious — and confused — about Britain's new COVID-19 travel rules, calling them discriminatory. The British government announced...

Twenty-six-year-old St Ann labourer Alex Brown has been charged by the police following the seizure of an illegal gun at a church. Brown, who is from Garden Tenant Road, was charged on Monday with illegal possession of firearm and illegal...

Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Foreign Ministers have impressed upon United States Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman the urgency for the delivery of the second tranche of donations of Pfizer vaccines from America. The ministers and Sherman...

GREEENVALE, Manchester: The death of founder of Modern Ricam Construction, Devon Richards, has left the community of Greenvale in mourning, with beneficiaries of his largesse and mentorship hailing him as a philanthropist. Richards succumbed to...

A Clarendon family is furious over allegations that their relative died after being deprived of oxygen at the May Pen Hospital in Clarendon, where she was admitted on September 6. Shericka Cameron, daughter of the deceased, told The Gleaner that a...

President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Patrick Brooks, says there are concentrated efforts to reduce the backlog of 70 reserved cases. He disclosed that of the 70 reserved cases, one dated back to 2018, and seven from the year 2019. “Thirty of...
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