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CTOC Probing Fraud at Local Banks

The Head of the Counter Terrorism and Organized Crime Branch, CTOC, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Devon Watkis, says an investigation is underway to determine...

Tourist Shot in MoBay

The Police are this afternoon intensifying investigations into the gun attack last night in Montego Bay St. James on a tourist from the United States It’s...

Noel Sloley to be Sworn into Senate Within Weeks

Former Government Senator, Noel Sloley, says he expects to return to the Upper House of Parliament on the Opposition benches soon. Mr. Sloley is among the Senators who...

St Thomas Resident is Fourth Confirmed Zika Case

Health Minister, Dr. Christopher Tufton, says Jamaica has now recorded 4-confirmed cases of the Zika virus. Dr. Tufton made the disclosure during a media briefing at his...

Simpson-Miller names 31-Member Spokespersons Council

Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller has announced a council of spokespersons, consisting of 22 members and nine deputies. In a statement this afternoon, Mrs Simpson...

Responses to New Toll Pour In

Transport Minister Mike Henry says the government and the owners of the North-South highway may need to consider extending the concession agreement to 70 years, in order...

‘Good Cops Needn’t Fear INDECOM’ – Montague

National Security Minister Robert Montague is urging law abiding Police personnel to recognize that they have nothing to fear from the existence of the Independent...

‘Holness Transformation was Key to JLP Win’ – Crawford

Former State Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Damion Crawford says a transformation in the public persona of JLP Leader Andrew Holness contributed to the JLP being...

Section of Mandela to Close

The National Works Agency, NWA, is advising motorists that a section of Nelson Mandela Highway, will be closed today at 10pm until midnight on Sunday. This closure is to...

‘PNP in Free Fall’ – Crawford Rues ‘Shameful’ Electoral Performance

The post election defeat worries of the People’s National Party are worsening. One of its most popular and youthful leaders, former State Minister of Tourism,...