Category: Midday News

‘ISIS Hotline’ for T&T

A telephone hotline number has been established in Trinidad and Tobago, to allow people to share information they may have on T-and-T nationals who may be heading to...

Mortar Specialist Grilled at #WKgnCOE

The Jamaica Defense Force, JDF’s Major Warrenton Dixon, will face further cross-examination when the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry resumes this morning....

Juliet Holness to Challenge Imani Duncan Price for East Rural St. Andrew

The wife of Opposition Leader Andrew Holness, Juliet is to expected contest the East Rural St. Andrew constituency seat against the PNP’s Imani Duncan Price in the...

Political Tensions Heighten in Newlands

A woman and a man from Newlands in Portmore, St. Catherine, were killed last evening in what residents say is a return to the dark days of political violence in the...

‘Seven Unruly Schools’ – Thwaites on HWT Transport Center

Students from seven prominent high schools in the Corporate Area, are responsible for much of the unruly behaviour at the Half Way Tree Transport Centre in St. Andrew....

Jamaica Making Progress but Much Further to go – UNAIDS

The Executive Director of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibe, says Jamaica’s conservative nature is contributing to the difficulty in tackling the AIDS epidemic in the country....

Dudus Feared for His Life – Bishop Blair

The former head of the Peace Management Initiative, PMI and former Political Ombudsman, Bishop Herro Blair today testified at the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry,...

$20-million Wasted on Election Stall

The Director of Elections, Orette Fisher, says at least $20-million has gone up in smoke, due to the fact that general elections will not be held this year. The country...

“Call Election In January!” McKenzie Issues Challenge to PM

The MP for West Kingston, Desmond McKenzie is challenging Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller to call the next General Elections in January next year. Mr. McKenzie...

PM Says ‘Yes’ to Private Sector/Civil Society Demands

PNP President and Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller, says her party agrees that certain policy imperatives must continue being pursued, regardless of which party...