Category: Evening News

Suspected Suicide at Rio Cobre Juvenile Centre

The police are treating the death of a ward of the state at the Rio Cobre Juvenile Correctional Centre in St. Catherine on Friday, as a case of suicide. The Department...

Digicel Files Lawsuit Against US Company

Telecommunications giant, Digicel, has hired a Jamaican private security consulting firm as it’s intensifying investigations into the alleged involvement of a US...

‘Admiral’ Bailey Jailed on Passport Fraud Charges

Popular Jamaican entertainer and football coach, Glendon ‘Admiral’ Bailey is in jail at this hour on multiple fraud charges. The Police Corporate Communication unit...

Alleged Police Fatality Kills Man

A man was fatally shot during an alleged confrontation with the police on Sunday in Riverton City, Western St. Andrew. The man has been identified as Oneil Thorpe of...

Burke to Intervene in Warring Factions of Hanna’s Constituency?

Nationwide News understands that PNP General Secretary, Paul Burke is to meet this week with warring factions in Lisa Hanna’s South East St. Ann constituency....

McCaulay Shocked over New Development Order for Negril

Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Environment Trust, JET, Diana McCaulay, is this afternoon raising alarm over reports that the new development order for the...

Another Suspected Suicide at a Juvenile Centre

Youth Minister Lisa Hanna says representatives of the Child Development Agency have been dispatched to the Rio Cobre Juvenile Correctional Centre in St. Catherine,...

Family Still in Shock over Death of Sigma Participant

The brother of the woman who collapsed and later died during Sunday’s staging of the annual Sagicor-Sigma Corporate Run, says his family is still in shock. Robert...

PSOJ Urges IMF to Give Gov’t ‘Breathing Room’

President of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica, PSOJ, William Mahfood, says the IMF may need to give the government some breathing room, to allow it to raise...

Deane Case Delayed Again

Outstanding information in the Mario Dean trial has once again prevented the case against the two men accused from moving on in the St. James Resident Magistrate’s...