William Mitchell

William Mitchell is a sports-fanatic turned journalist. He graduated from CARIMAC in 2016. He interned at the Jamaica Gleaner covering sports and joined NNN in 2017. Mitchell covers crime for Nationwide. He’s been to every single zone of special operations across the island.

Father Cries Foul Over Treatment of Daughter & Himself At Bustamante Hospital for Children

A father says he and his 20-month old daughter were victimised after he raised issues over his child’s treatment when they went to the Bustamante Hospital for...

4.2 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Jamaica

The Earthquake Unit at the University of the West Indies says it recorded a minor earthquake this morning. The quake measured a 4.2 on the Richter Scale. According to...

Police Inspector Charged Almost 9-years After Shooting Death Of 2 Men On Hagley Park Road

A Police Inspector was today charged with murder in relation to the fatal shooting of two men on Hagley Park Road, in St. Andrew almost 9-years ago. Inspector Howard...

Traffic Stunt Controversy Deepens, Police Commissioner Orders Investigation Into Incident

Police Commissioner, Major General Antony Anderson, has ordered an investigation into a traffic incident in which a driver was recorded doing stunts in a motor car on...

Climate Change Is Greatest Threat To Small States – Samuda

Government Senator Matthew Samuda says the potential impact of climate change on small island developing states such as Jamaica is the greatest threat of our time. But...

Missing St. Jago Star Athlete Found

St. Jago high school star athlete Crystal Morrison, who was reported missing today, has been found. Crystal’s sister, Shauna-Kay Morrison spoke with Nationwide...

Driver Apologies For Traffic Stunts

The man believed to be the driver of a motor car caught on tape doing stunts in the middle of traffic has issued an apology. The man, Dennis Dietrih, says he’s the...

JTA President Calls For Appointment Of Full Education Minister

President of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association, JTA, Owen Speid, is calling on the government to appoint a full Education Minister. The post is now occupied by an...

Government Should Re-Introduce Corporal Punishment for Reckless Drivers – JTA President, Owen Speid

Newly installed president of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association, JTA, Owen Speid says the government should reintroduce corporal punishment to reckless drivers who...

Thwaites Calls For Clarity On Auxiliary Fees

Opposition Spokesman on Education, Rev. Ronald Thwaites, is calling on the government to provide clarity to parents on the payment of auxiliary fees. This is one of...