Category: Evening News

The Drought Is Not Over

The drought is not over! That’s the word from both the Met Service and the National Water Commission. Despite some parts of the island receiving significant...

BREAKING: Inmate Charged with Deane’s Death Was Beaten This Morning, Mother Says (AUDIO)

Jump to 1:04secs into the audio to listen to the new developments in the case. Troubling details are emerging in the on-going probe in the beating death of Mario Deane,...

Police Behaviour/Investigation in Deane’s Death Concerns Samuels

A leading member of the criminal bar, Bert Samuels, is raising concerns about the police behaviour and investigation into the murder of St. James resident, Mario Deane....

Police Officers’ Association Takes Aim At Bunting Over Deane’s Death

The Police Officers’ Association, POA, is accusing the National Security Minister, Peter Bunting, of failing to acknowledge the long standing issues relating to the...

Police-Force Fires Teargas, Rubber Bullets at Protesters in Missouri

A heavily armed, militarised police team fired teargas and rubber bullets to force hundreds of protesters out of the centre of a small Missouri town last night, amid a...

UN Declares Emergency Crisis in Iraq

The United Nations has declared its highest level of emergency in Iraq, as a humanitarian crisis follows the rapid advance by Islamic State militants in the north....

AUDIO: IJCHR Wants Review of How Police Treat Mentally-ill Detainees

The Independent Jamaican Council for Human Rights, IJCHR, is calling for a review of the police’s treatment of detainees suffering mental illness. This as two of...

Concerns Raised about the Spread of Chikungunya Ahead of New School Year

The Jamaica Labour Party’s youth arm, Young Jamaica, is raising concern about the spread of the Chikungunya Virus ahead of the start of the new school year in...

Fae Jacobs Resigns as the JLP’s Central Westmoreland Caretaker

Banker, Fae Jacobs, has resigned with immediate effect as the Jamaica Labour Party’s, JLP caretaker for Central Westmoreland. This, amidst reports of acrimony...

JTA Officer Corps Accused of Exerting ‘Undue and Unfair Influence’ in President-Elect Race

The officer corps of the Jamaica Teachers Association, JTA, is being accused of exerting ‘undue and unfair influence’ in the conduct of this year’s...