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  Multiple World and Olympic medal winner Usain Bolt will be donating $1 million to assist the wards of the state who have been displaced, due to the fire at Walker’s Place of Safety in St. Andrew. The funds will be made available...

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has asked for a review of safety arrangements at children’s homes and places of safety to be conducted. This comes after a fire last night destroyed the Walker's Place of Safety on Lyndhurst Crescent, St...

The president of the Jamaica Confederation of Trade Unions (JCTU), Helene Davis White, is proposing that government use the excess from the primary surplus to fund initiatives to combat crime. In reacting to a suggestion that contribution refunds...

Walker's Place of Safety is reporting that two girls aged 12 and 16 died in the fire at its Lyndhurst Crescent facility in Kingston early this morning.  Thirty four other children who were housed at the facility have been moved to a...

The People’s National Party Youth Organization (PNPYO) has urged Commissioner of Police, George Quallo, to launch an investigation into the recent number of increased reports by young women on social media of robberies and...

A technical from the National Works Agency (NWA) is set to tour sections of Portland today which have been ravaged by heavy rains. The NWA says the team is tasked with generating solutions for dealing with the damage to...

The police in the Cayman Islands say a job scam believed to be perpetrated from Jamaica has now expanded its target to include nurses. The scam which was uncovered last year previously targeted hospitality workers. A report on caymannewsservice.com...

Director General of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority, Nari Williams-Singh, says there is need for greater consumer protection in relation to aviation services in Jamaica. His comments follow recent complaints by passengers on Fly Jamaica, who...

Deputy chairman of the St Catherine Municipal Corporation Ralston Wilson, has charged that the Association of Local Government Authorities (ALGA) is not acting in the interest of councillors.Giving a very dismal account of the organisation's...

Thirty-four of the 36 children housed at the Walker's Place of Safety on Lyndhurst Crescent in Kingston, have been moved to a temporary holding facility at a nearby church after fire destroyed the premises early this morning.  

Opposition Spokesperson on Sports Natalie Neita is to answer to a charge of assault after allegedly punching a man to the ground along Spanish Town Road in Kingston.

The public is being warned against consuming drinks labelled as 'Portland’s Best', as the products have been found to be unsafe. Portland’s Best sells coconut water, sorrel and other juices. Public Relations and Advocate...
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