Category: Evening News

Why two senior security experts say yes to Jamaica outsourcing Police Commissioner

Last week, Police Commissioner Owen Ellington dropped a bombshell by announcing that he would be proceeding on pre-retirement leave.

Vybz Kartel sues Owen Ellington and TVJ for millions

Kartel has asked the court to order that Commissioner Ellington pay him millions in damages.

World Bank approves $US35million to Jamaica

The loan will become due for repayment after 29 years, with a grace period of five years.

Education Minister to visit Hopewell High School

Minister Thwaites' visit comes months after the Ministry of Education said in April that its personnel committee would meet with Irving to determine the way forward.

Businessman Christopher Kerr charged with fraud

Businessman and real estate developer, Christopher Kerr, has been charged with fraud. He’s booked to appear before the Half-Way Tree Criminal Court on Wednesday....

Goverment to establish mutual accreditation policy

The Government is moving to establish a mutual accreditation policy, which gives recognition to qualifications obtained in Jamaica, when the holders move away to other...

Susan Goffe on Why she left Jamaicans for Justice

Former spokesperson for human rights lobby group, Jamaicans for Justice, Susan Goffe, says fundamental differences between herself and the top brass of the organization...

Police charge one of two men caught in relation to the killing of Payless Car Mart owner

Police investigators attached to the Major Investigation Taskforce, MIT, have laid multiple charges on one of two men who was caught on camera killing the owner of...

President of NAS Senator Norman Grant says consumers should not panic

President of the Jamaica Agricultural Society, JAS, Senator Norman Grant, says consumers should not panic over the impact of current drought on the output of food and...

Former Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mark Shields agrees country should not limit itself to local pool for replacement

Former Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mark Shields, says he agrees that the country should not limit itself to the local pool of officers in its search for a replacement...