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‘Majority of Guns Seized in 2017 are Brand New’ – Montague

National Security Minister, Robert Montague, says the bulk of the guns now in criminal hands seem to be brand new weapons. Speaking on Cliff Hughes online this afternoon...

Security Ministry to Meet with O’Brien’s International Tomorrow

National Security Minister, Robert Montague, says his ministry will be meeting with O’Brien’s International tomorrow in an attempt to negotiate the payment...

Defense Attorney Questions Constitutionality of Prosecution Appeal

Defense Attorney, Bert Samuels, says the pending bill allowing the prosecution the right to appeal acquittals, in certain circumstances, may be in conflict with the...

JPS to Invest $2bn in Smart Technology to Reduce Theft

The Jamaica Public Service Company, JPS, is to invest $2-billion in smart technology aimed at reducing electricity theft, next year. CEO of JPS, Emanuel Da Rosa says the...

Digicel Appoints German Businessman Group CEO

Businessman Denis O’Brien’s telecoms group Digicel has appointed a new group chief executive – German businessman, Alexander Greiffenclau. He replaces...

Body Found in Kingston Harbour

The body of an unidentified man was seen floating in the sea in the vicinity of the waterfront in downtown, Kingston on Sunday morning. The man is believed to be in his...

Cabinet Gives OCG Clearances to Probe Procurement of JCF Vehicles

Cabinet has granted the request of the Contractor General, made on December 5 to investigate the procurement of 20 pre-owned motor vehicles for the Jamaica Constabulary...

Track Season Begins Tomorrow with Wesley Powell Meet

The Wesley Powell/Heart Institute of the Caribbean Track and Field meet will open the local athletics calendar at the Excelsior High field, tomorrow. The meet is open to...

Melbourne Renegades Snap Up Pollard

West Indies’ Kieron Pollard and Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi have been signed by Melbourne Renegades for the upcoming Big Bash T-20 League season, starting...

200 Cybercrimes Cases Cost Jamaica over $12-BILLION

Jamaica lost 100 million US dollars or approximately JMD$12.6-billion to cybercrimes in 2016. That’s according to the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s...