Kalilah Enriquez

Man in Custody after Gun & Ammo Find

One man is in custody after police allegedly found him with an illegal gun and ammunition in Granville, St. James last evening. Freeport police say that at about 7:50...

Kingston & St Andrew Now Better Able to Withstand Low Water Supply

The National Water Commission says Kingston and St. Andrew are now better able to withstand periods of low water supply, after they fixed more than 3,000 leaks over the...

Jamaicans Increase Cashless Transactions for Christmas Shopping

Jamaicans made more electronic payments this Christmas season than in previous years. That’s according to the Bank of Jamaica, BOJ, which is reporting slower...

Samuda & Business Leaders Clash Over Performance of Agriculture Sector

Three prominent business leaders are criticizing the Ministry of Agriculture for not doing enough to boost the sector. The sector has seen negative growth in recent...

Farewell Ian Boyne

Renowned journalist and Deputy CEO of the Jamaica Information Service, JIS, Ian Boyne, has died. He passed away this morning, reportedly as a result of heart failure. He...

Jamaica Welcomes 2017’s 4-millionth Visitor Today

Jamaica is expecting to receive its 4-millionth visitor to the island for this year, today. The figure would represent a landmark number of arrivals for Jamaica in a...

Prominent Attorneys Weigh In on Prosecutorial Appeal

A defense attorney and former prosecutor, Caroline Hay, is backing the government’s proposal to give the prosecution the right to appeal cases. Ms. Hay says what...

National Security Ministry & DPP to get Additional Attorneys

Justice Minister, Delroy Chuck, says the Ministry of National Security will soon be hiring 20 lawyers to help police investigators complete case files. The Justice...

Legislation to Provide for Prosecutorial Appeals Coming in January 2018

Justice Minister, Delroy Chuck, will bring legislation to Parliament early in 2018 that will allow prosecution the right to appeal acquittals. He admits a delay in...

Vandals Target FLOW Cables in St James

Criminals have again vandalised Flow’s fibre network, this time in the Meadows of Irwin, a community in St. James. Flow says the community has suffered from recent...