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We cannot break the law - Integrity Commission

Below is a statement from Justice Karl Harrison (Ret'd), chairman of the Integrity Commission. The commissioners of the Integrity Commission have taken note of comments from a number of parties expressing the view that that the commission ought ...

Arnett Gardens shopkeeper shot multiple times - Mom of slain 14-y-o flees community

Worshippers at the Inner City for Christ Ministry in Arnett Gardens fell to the floor in fear as gunshots echoed outside the church in a daring gun attack late Tuesday night. When the congregation wobbled to their feet and went outside, one man wa...

Major Corporate Area traffic changes greet new school year

Taxi operators have already begun plotting the various off roads they will have to resort to in order to cope with possible stress from the major traffic changes in the Corporate Area that will take full effect when schools reopen next week. T...

Earn public trust, commish charges new police unit

Describing as "pioneers" the roughly 700 men and women who make up the newly formed Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch (PSTEB), Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson has charged each to lead the continued transformation of th...

Man accused of killing woman and 10-y-o was 'depressed and broke', resident says

Senior Superintendent of Police for St Ann, Michael Smith, said the police are expecting to capture the man suspected of chopping his former girlfriend and her son to death in Linton Park, St Ann, on Tuesday night. The suspect, 41-year-old Orvi...

Barred from Calabar! - Students with less than 60 per cent average will be barred from entering fifth form; parents upset

A decision by the Calabar High School in St Andrew to bar students who attain an average of less than 60 per cent from entering fifth form has not gone down well with some parents. The Gleaner obtained a copy of a letter from the school, signed by ...

Jamaica poised for NACAC Glory

In 2015, when the Canadian city of Toronto hosted the Pan-American Games, Jamaica won 3 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze medals in track and field. When Toronto opens its doors this week for the North American, Central American and Caribbean Champio...

Cooper: Gov't should overhaul beach-licensing fee and access policy

Professor Carolyn Cooper is adamant that the $13,000 licensing fee imposed yearly for the recreational and commercial use of a beach should be urgently increased and the Government's approach to beach access and the accompanying management framewo...

Money well spent - JCDC head touts positive spin-off from Independence celebrations

Money well spent was how the Interim Executive Director of the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), Orville Hill, described the just-concluded Independence Grand Gala celebrations on Monday night at the National Stadium. Approximately ...

Bobby boards bus - Transport minister says JUTC delivering exceptional service

Transport Minister Robert Montague has said that the state-owned Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) is offering an exceptional service given the resources at its disposal and that the commuters, for the most part, are quite pleased. Montague yes...