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The St Catherine South police are searching for clues into the murder of a 66-year-old woman and the injury of a pedal cyclist in Naggo Head, Portmore, St Catherine on Friday. Sharon Ricketts, a vendor of Cassinor Drive in Naggo Head was killed in...

The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) is reminding persons that they can request multiple-use letters of identity or several letters of identity at once. The letters may be used as identification to conduct business until the holder's...

United States army general Laura Richardson, who made history as the first woman to lead the US Southern Command, has now ended her high-level visit to Jamaica on her first trip to the Caribbean. The US Embassy in Kingston says during her visit,...

KNOCKPATRICK, Manchester: “Having a place to live is home. Having someone to live with is family. Having both is a wonderful life” Ali Bassam For the past 16 years, Registered Nurse Lyn Kennedy-McKenzie has been creating a home away from home...

Devon and Valrie Grossett have been married for 31 years, and they both agree that it is not by accident that their union has stood the test of time. They will also be the first to admit that it has not always been smooth sailing in their union,...

The Catherine South Police are appealing to robbery victims in the division to make an official report. A man alleged to be a major player in a series of robberies was arrested during a series of operations in Newland, Portmore, St Catherine on...

Two men are now in police custody in connection with a murder on the North-South Highway in St Catherine last night. Members of the Jamaica Defence Force travelling on the highway were alerted by a motorist who reportedly saw a body being dumped...

Jamaica on Friday recorded another four COVID-related deaths as infections surged by 1,010 while hospitals exceeded their capacities to exceed isolated patients. According to the Health Ministry, the parishes of Kingston and St Andrew recorded the...

JIS: The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is reporting an increase in domestic violence during the COVID pandemic. The JCF did not provide supporting statistics but is encouraging victims to report incidents of domestic violence. "Do...

The Health Ministry is reporting that COVID beds at public hospitals across the island are now at full capacity. This comes as Jamaica continues to register a daily increase in COVID-19 infections and associated hospital admissions. The...
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