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Entertainer Mavado allegedly defrauded of over $30M by attorney Jennifer Messado - Court

Jamaican entertainer Mavado was allegedly defrauded of just over $30 million by prominent attorney Jennifer Messado, a clerk of court revealed today. The disclosure was made in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court a short time ago as Messado fa...

JPS loses approximately US$103M in the last 18 months due to electricity theft

The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) is reporting that it has lost a total of approximately US$102.8 million in the last 18 months as a result of electricity theft. This, as the company continues to absorb the cost of the fuel used to produce ...

Shaw looks to aquaculture, mango export as economic earners

Audley Shaw, Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, says Jamaica’s aquaculture sector and the export of mangoes could both be significant foreign exchange earners and he wants both to be developed to their full economic poten...

Football Fever | Vendors say flag sales indicate Brazil, Argentina, Germany as World Cup faves

Football supporters have been flocking vendors across the Corporate Area to purchase flags of nations that they would love to see win the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and the names that come up, for the most flags bought, are Brazil, Argentina and Ge...

One of three men held with over 2000lbs of ganja in Hanover pleads guilty

One of the three men held in July 2017 with over 2000 pounds of compressed ganja in Green Island, Hanover pleaded guilty yesterday in the Hanover Parish Court. Ronald Dell, who is charged with possession, dealing in, taking steps to export and tra...

Wint denies plot to sabotage KSAFA - JFF general secretary defends plans for rural football development

Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) general secretary and Former Manchester FA President Dalton Wint has responded to Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Vice-president Carvel Stewart's criticism of planned changes to how teams qualify ...

Gunmen murder two in MoBay

Despite the ongoing state of public emergency in St James and the recent successes of the security forces in seizing illegal firearms, brazen gangsters are still committing murders in the parish, as two persons were killed during the past weekend. On...

Murder tally hits 500 as at Sunday

Sunday's fatal shooting of 56-year-old Neville Salmon of Annotto Bay, St Mary, and 27-year-old Obrian Hartey of Norwood, St James, has pushed Jamaica's murder tally to at least 500 since the start of the year. According to the latest statistics compi...

September 18 trial for cops in Mario Deane case

The three police officers who are facing multiple charges in connection with the 2014 death of Mario Deane will stand trial in the St James Circuit Court on September 18, following a committal hearing to remove the case from the parish court yesterda...

Gully on Marcus Garvey Drive could pose flood risk

Debris piling up in a gully on Marcus Garvey Drive in Kingston may not be good news for companies in the area that suffered immensely from extensive flooding in September 2016. Heavy showers in the last few days serve as a reminder that the start of ...