Category: Evening News

Police Give Lyn Another Chance…Before Moving to Extradited Him

The Police say they are giving prominent businessman and boss of Carmax Jamaica Limited, Ian Lyn, another opportunity to return to Jamaica before they consider moving to...

Residental Customers to Benefit from JPS Rate Adjustment

Residential customers of the Jamaica Public Service, JPS, will benefit marginally from an adjustment to the electricity billing rates approved by Office of Utilities...

No Criminal Charges Against Former Lucea Mayor – DPP Rules

The Director of Public Prosecutions has ruled that no criminal charges should be filed against the former Mayor of Lucea and Councillor for the Green Island Division,...

St. Lucia Teen Stabbed 56-times, Throat Slashed; Police Hunts J’can Man

The police in St. Lucia say they are looking for a Jamaican man who has been designated as the prime suspect in the stabbing death of a gay man on the island. The police...

McKenzie Writes AG to Investigate Irregularities at NSWMA, Hanover Parish Council

Opposition Spokesman on Local Government, Desmond McKenzie, has written to the Auditor General requesting that she investigate financial irregularities at the National...

No Decision to Reduce National Postal Services – Paulwell

The Minister in charge of the postal service, Phillip Paulwell, says no decision has been taken to phase out the services offered by the Postal Corporation of Jamaica....

Hylton Facing Pressure from Cabinet over $US5B Investment Project

Nationwide News understands that Industry Minister, Anthony Hylton, has been facing pressure from within the Simpson Miller Cabinet over his handling of the...

Chung Appointed Chairman on NSWMA

Dennis Chung is the new chairman of the National Solid Waste Management Authority, NSWMA. Mr. Chung replaces Steve Ashley who resigned under pressure last month...

Gov’t Unsure If the MOU Sign with Krauck, Anchor Finance Will be Made Public

the Government is this afternoon not sure whether it will make public the MOU which Minister Hylton signed last night. Information Minister, Senator Sandrea Falconer...

Criminals Should Be Blamed for Tivoli Deaths, Says Elllington

Former Police Commissioner, Owen Ellington, says the deaths of more than 70 people during the Tivoli incursion in May, 2010 should be blamed on criminals. Mr. Ellington...