Monthly Archives: July 2019
A 47-year-old man is expected to face charges in connection with illegal arms and ammunition.
Minister in the Office of the Attorney General, Fitzgeral Hinds assures the search for the remaining 2 fishermen is continuing.
Police probe the circumstances surrounding the murder of Mario Francis in Diego Martin.
Minister of National Security, Dr. Horace Chang has noted a significant reduction in murders in the South St. Andrew Police Division, since the imposition of a State of Emergency.
Government Senator in Jamaica calling on government to put legislation in place relating to “Surrogacy”
Government Senator Kerensia Morrison has tabled a motion calling on government to put in place legislation relating to Surrogacy.
3 people have been killed and 15 injured after a gunman attacked a food festival in California.
A shooting incident in Wallerfield, Arima leaves one man warded at hospital.
The Police Complaints Authority now has the complete audited report on the death of Akiel Chambers.
Dr. Sheila Rampersad says the recent judgment handed down in a case involving a minor raises concerns about how wards of the State are treated.
Parliamentarians are recalled from mid-year recess in the wake of escalating crime.