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Former head of the Port Authority of Jamaica Noel Hylton has died. He was 86. Hylton, who dedicated many years to public service, worked at the Port Authority as chairman and chief executive officer from 1975 to 2013. He also served as...

There have been a lot of atrocities committed across the world and especially here in Jamaica. Many in anger and hurt, look to God in whom they have placed their faith. However, they feel betrayed that, He, the all-powerful God who can prevent...

Ellen Street, Manchester:If you have never done anything in your life, at some point in time, to cause you to be ashamed, chances are you have not been living on this earth because, by nature, humans are flawed and prone to mess up.But, because God...

A total of 30 persons were arrested by the Narcotics Police following the seizure of more than 700 pounds of ganja in Westmoreland yesterday. According to the police, the group, which included 16 women, was apprehended at a house in Orange Hill as...

​The National Water Commission (NWC) says last year it initiated various enforcement actions against 33,000 persons who owe a total of $4 billion. It is not clear how much was collected. The NWC says among those targeted were 21,000 delinquent...

The final member of a criminal organisation wanted by United States authorities on lottery scam related charges is in police custody this evening. He has been identified as 29-year-old Gareth Billings, of Greenwood, St James. The police report that...

The Minister of National Security Robert Montague is scheduled to tour sections of Montego Bay, St James today. Among the areas he is expected to visit are Sam Sharpe Square, the Charles Gordon Market and the bus park A record 335 persons were...

Three persons are now in hospital in serious condition following a motor vehicle crash near the Caymanas Crossing, in St Catherine this morning. According to reports, the crash occurred after the driver of a minibus lost control of the vehicle. The...

The Senate has passed amendments to the Trafficking in Persons Act to enable a judge to try trafficking offences without a jury, despite concerns raised by the opposition. The amendments were made following reports from the Office of the Director...

The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) is expected to acquire 12 garbage trucks in the new fiscal year. A sum of $300 million has been set aside in the 2018-19 Estimates of Expenditure to undertake the purchase. The Estimates were...
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