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Nicholson

Though retiring from politics, long-time People’s National Party Senator AJ Nicholson is back in the spotlight having been named by Kamina Johnson Smith as the one who sent her emails which she found to be threatening and harassing. During Friday’...
St Ann Parish Court in St Ann’s Bay.

Prominent attorney-at-law Bert Samuels says the medical report in the case of the 13-year-old St Ann girl who was allegedly buggered by five males should give a clear picture as to where the truth lies. In a major development yesterday, the...
Bunting

Opposition Senator Peter Bunting led efforts in the Senate on Friday to push back against the move by the Government to give China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) the contract to build the multibillion-dollar Montego Bay Perimeter Project....

The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries will be issuing quota licences to industrial fishers to meet its total target of 30 metric tonnes of sea cucumber for the export market when the season opens on September 1 this year. Concerns have been...

Wood Hall resident and businessman Mortel Pinnock does not think of himself as a community leader. In his own words, Pinnock says he just loves his community. That love has driven him to touch the lives of young people and others who benefit from...

An audit conducted into the $46.8-million government contract awarded to Rahim’s Cleaning and Trucking Limited to sanitise and clean eight locations in Ocho Rios, St Ann, has unearthed worrying findings, including exorbitant pricing costs and...

WESTERN BUREAU: A 77-year-old man who has lost 11 friends and his personal doctor to COVID-19 is appealing to Jamaicans who have taken their first jab to return for the critical second dose as health officials say the UK variant is the most...

Senior officers who presided over the $46.8-million contract awarded to Rahim’s Cleaning and Trucking Limited to clean and sanitise eight locations in Ocho Rios, St Ann, last March have come in for sharp criticism in a revealing audit obtained by...

Justice Georgiana Fraser believes that there are no prospects for rehabilitation for convicted murderers Carlos Batista and George Gardener, who have maintained their innocence in the daylight murder of well-known businessman Roderick ‘Bunny’...

The umbrella group of municipal officials has been urged to lobby the Cabinet to speed up legislative reform to protect women and girls from abuse. The call by Scean Barnswell, councillor for the Hayes division, comes in the wake of several acts of...
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