William Mitchell

Lawrence-Beswick Not Asked to Recuse from INDECOM Matter

The Supreme Court has ruled that Justice Carol Lawrence-Beswick, won’t have to recuse herself from presiding over a matter involving the Independent Commission of...

JTA to Sign Heads of Agreement with Govt Today

Details are emerging about the benefits involved in the 2017 to 2021 wage deal agreed to by the Jamaica Teacher’s Association, JTA, and the Government. For months,...

JTA Accepts Govt’s Wage Offer

The Jamaica Teacher’s Association, JTA, has accepted the Government’s wage offer to public sector teachers. That’s according to JTA President, Georgia...

Soldier & Wife Held after Massive Ganja Seizure

A member of the Jamaica Defence Force, JDF, and his wife have been taken into police custody following the seizure of more than 6-hundred pounds of marijuana in...

Charges to be Laid following Disappearance of Police Firearm

Nationwide News understands that departmental charges have been laid against a Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF, Sergeant after a government-issued firearm and two...

DPP Highlights Poor Case Building in INDECOM Cases Against Cops

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Llewellyn is moving to clarify the facts of two cases involving five members of the police force who were freed in the...

Opposition will Submit to the Will of the Court on NIDS

Opposition Spokesperson on Justice, Senator Donna Scott-Motley, says if the court rules the legislation governing the National Identification system, NIDS, isn’t...

UPDATE: Counting Begins in Yallahs By-Election

The ballots are now being counted for the by-elections in both the Yallahs Division in St. Thomas and the May Pen North Division of Clarendon. The attention of the...

Steady Stream of Voters in Yallahs By-Election

Voting in today’s by-election in the Yallahs Division in St. Thomas has been consistent. And there’s been no major incident reported so far. Our reporter William...

British High Commission Flooded with ‘Windrush Calls’

Foreign Affairs Minister, Senator Kamina Johnson Smith says the British High Commission has received more than 200 calls from people in the Windrush Generation. The...