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Human Rights Activist says ‘Chuckie Brown’ Admitting to ‘Dealing With’ Criminals

A human rights activist says a few years ago embattled Police Constable, Collis Brown, told her that he was a main member of a special squad within the Jamaica...

Death Squad Trial Update: Day 3

It was revealed today in the murder trial of Constable Collis ‘Chuckie’ Brown that another person was also shot and injured in the vicinity where Robert...

Fitz Jackson Returned as PNP Chairman

Member of Parliament for South St Catherine, Fitz Jackson and MP for Northern Clarendon, Horace Dalley have been re-elected as Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the PNP....

Holness Defends Record Against Corruption

Prime Minister and JLP Leader, Andrew Holness is asserting that the administration led by him stands firm against corruption. This follows criticism over the weekend by...

Child Road Fatalities on the Rise!

The National Road Safety Council, NRSC, is raising concerns about the increase in the number of children who’ve died on the nation’s roads. The number of...

East Kgn MP Calls for Return of Police to Permanent Post, Amid Turf War

East Kingston Member of Parliament, Phillip Paulwell, is calling for police to be returned to what’s supposed to be a permanent police post between the warring...

Trelawny Man Dies of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that a man in Trelawny died from what’s suspected to be dengue hemorrhagic fever late last month. Dengue hemorrhagic fever is...

Vandals Continue to Wreak Havoc on Flow Infrastructure

Telecommunications company, FLOW is raising concerns about the continued theft and vandalism of its cables and other equipment in St. Catherine. In the most recent...

Authorities Urge Motorists to Get Early Start to Morning Commute

Police Commissioner Antony Anderson and Security Minister Dr. Horace Chang are among officials monitoring traffic in the corporate area this morning. Commissioner...

Major Changes Mark Start of New School Year

Some 1,000 public schools are opening their doors to almost half-a-million students and teachers this morning for the start of the new school year. Several changes are...