Monthly Archives: January 2018
January 2018 goes down in history as being the most murderous month in the country.
A suggestion from a businessman that the selection process of new Police Commissioner should not be limited to Jamaica Constabulary Force
As the Police Service Commission gets ready to start the search for a new Police Commissioner, there is a suggestion that it’s time for the selection process not to be limited to talent within the Jamaica Constabulary Force.
Stacey Sobers is the winner of the National Women’s Action Committee’s National Calypso Queen Competition.
A Seaplane which plunged into river north of Sydney Australia killing 6 people was not following authorised route
A seaplane was not following an authorised route when it plunged into a river north of Sydney, killing 6 people.
Government says it has invested 7.6 million dollars to rebuild the pool and pool deck at the Trinidad Hilton and Conference Centre.
National Security Minister assures mechanisms are being put in place to protect law enforcement officers
National Security Minister Edmund Dillon assures mechanisms are being put in place to protect law enforcement officials.
The body found in the backseat of a vehicle, which was submerged in a river in Ste. Madeline has been identified.
Speaker of the House of Representatives gives our first female President her instruments of election
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Brigid Annisette George, has given Paula Mae Weeks her instruments of election.
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) says it has charged eight individuals over allegations they “spoofed” or manipulated the futures markets for precious metals and share indexes.
Barbados Minister of Tourism and International Transport Richard Sealy has announced a new partnership with Copa Airlines.