Monthly Archives: July 2018
Come September customers of the St. James branch of Scotiabank will have to go to another location to transact business.
An investigation has been launched into sightings of snakes at the Point Fortin area hospital.
Jamaicans are being told to brace for higher electricity rates, as the Jamaican dollar continues to slide.
The court has ordered the Acting Police Commissioner to give a gun license to national sports shooter Robert Auerbach.
Shaquille Max Samuel is being tagged as the 316th murder victim so far this year.
Violence has erupted as millions head to the polls in Pakistan, with at least 31 dead in the worst attack, a bomb in the city of Quetta.
Two men who pleaded guilty to transporting $400,000 worth in marijuana will know their fate on Friday.
Murder in Port of Spain.
Minister Rohan Sinanan tells Barrackpore residents he will not bow to pressure of persons who choose to protest in that way
The Works and Transport Minister tells Barrackpore residents, burning tyres will not force action on the part of his Ministry.
The Chairman of the Police Service Commission is today reported, as saying another nominee for the position of Police Commissioner will be submitted to the President of the Republic soon.