Monthly Archives: September 2016
Jamaica’s National Security Minister assuring nation that security forces would not allow criminals to control society
Jamaica’s National Security Minister Robert Montague is assuring the nation that the security forces will not allow criminal elements take control of the society.
Senior economist Hayden Blades says the good life is over.
Still no clarification on how the National Emblem ended up on bottles of wine at President’s house but a Government Minister says official permission must be given before it is used.
The man held during what has been called a sting operation led by the mother of an 11-year-old girl has appeared in court.
Vehicular accident which claimed the life of a 43-year-old woman continues to engage the attention of police
The fatal vehicular accident which claimed the life of 43-year-old Sharlene Boodram continues to engage the attention of police today.
Female inmates are said to have ended their hunger strike, and operations at the Golden Grove Prison Facility in Arouca are reportedly back to normal.
Botswana is to deport a controversial US pastor a week after he was barred from South Africa because of his critical remarks about homosexuality.
A man is shot dead in Charlieville. The deceased is identified as Naiym Muhammad.
At least 29 people suffered minor injuries in an explosion in a busy part of New York that the city’s mayor said appeared to be intentional, adding there was no evidence of a “terror connection”.
An accident leaves a mother and 3 children seriously injured.