William Mitchell

Authorities Intercept Two Drug Shipments Bound for Canada

Two separate drug busts were made at departure points in the country’s two major cities on Wednesday. In both busts, the drugs were reportedly destined for Canada....

16-yr-old Charged with Triple Murder Returns to Court

The 16-year-old boy who’s facing a triple murder charge for killing a father and his two sons returns to the Clarendon Parish court today. The teenager from...

St Thomas Records First Murder of 2018

The usually quiet parish of St. Thomas has reported its first murder of 2018. Dead is 41-year-old Otis Williams otherwise called ‘Carly’. He’s from an Old...

JTA Issues Monday Ultimatum for Cabinet Response to Wage Claims

The Jamaica Teacher’s Association (JTA) is giving the Cabinet a deadline of Monday to respond to some of their claims in the 2017-2019 wage negotiations. In a...

St James Health Dpt Confiscates Millions in Condemned Goods

Millions of dollars worth of condemned goods were confiscated yesterday after it was discovered that some wholesalers were trying to wash and resell contaminated goods....

Don’t Blame JUTC for Palisadoes Mess!

The Jamaica Urban Transit Company, JUTC, says reports that one of its buses contributed to the traffic pile-up on the Palisadoes Road on New Year’s Day is false....

Two Perish in Road Fatalities in 2018

Two people have died on the nation’s roadways so far in 2018. That’s according to Director of the Road Safety Unit in the Transport Ministry, Kenute Hare....

Man Hit with Escaping Custody and Other Charges

One man has been arrested and charged with multiple offences including escaping custody yesterday in Bamboo Ridge, St. Catherine. This following the seizure of one...

Two Nabbed on New Year’s Eve in Connection with Gun & Ammo Finds

Two men were arrested following the seizure of a gun and several rounds of ammunition in separate incidents in Kingston and St. Andrew on New Year’s Eve. In the...

Nurses Willing to Return to Negotiating Table in 2018

The Nurses Association of Jamaica, NAJ, says it’s prepared to wait until the New Year to continue wage negotiations with the government. This coming after the NAJ...