Stevian Simmonds

Police Making Progress in Probe of Haile Clacken’s Killing

The St. Elizabeth Police say they’re making progress in their investigation of the killing of former Hampton and Munro College teacher, Haile Clacken. Mr. Clacken...

Three Shot in Daring Daylight Attack in MoBay

Three people were shot and injured in a brazen daylight attack in Montego Bay yesterday. Head of the St. James Police, Senior Superintendent Marlon Nesbeth, says it...

Clarendon Police Seek Help for High School Dropouts

The Clarendon Police are seeking the Education Ministry’s intervention in a worrying trend they’ve been noticing recently. Head of the Clarendon Police,...

Peter Tosh’s Son Remains in Coma

The family of late reggae legend Peter Tosh is seeking to take legal action against the United States government. This, after Tosh’s son, Jawara McIntosh, was left...

Leading Attorney Wary of Special Operations Zones Bill

One of the country’s leading defense attorneys, Peter Champagnie, is urging Parliament to be careful in its review of the Zones of Special Operations Bill. Mr....

Trade Unionist Blasts ‘Dishonest’ Labour Ministry Report on CHEC

‘Gross dishonesty!’ is how one trade unionist is describing a report by the Labour Ministry which says China Harbour Engineering Company, CHEC is complying...

Clergyman Urges Parliament to Ignore Religion in Crafting Legislation

A member of the clergy is urging the Parliament to not be constrained by the views of religious organisations in making laws. Reverend Sean Major-Campbell says Jamaica...

JFJ Pushes for Legal Definition of Domestic Violence

Human rights advocacy group, Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) is calling for domestic violence to be defined in law. Advocacy Manager at JFJ, Rodje Malcolm, says the lack of...

Labour Ministry Clears CHEC of Alleged Health & Safety Breaches

The Ministry of Labour says it’s found no evidence to support allegations that China Harbour Engineering Company, CHEC, doesn’t provide adequate sanitary...

A ‘Fantastic Move’ for the Economy: CaPRI Executive Director on NIDS

Co-Executive Director of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CAPRI) Dr. Damien King, says the advantages of the government’s proposed National Identification...