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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The three cops implicated in the murder of 16-year-old Vanessa Kirkland will return to court today.
SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth -- The Junction Fire Department have confirmed that yesterday (Thursday) fire personnel responded to a fire at an unfinished house close to the so-called haunted house that was gutted on June 5.
THE only people who have benefited from a school which was built in Seaview Gardens, St Andrew with millions of taxpayers' money more than 30 years ago are scrap metal traders, who have removed all the iron railings from the facility.
SENIOR Superintendent of Police Cornwall 'Bigga' Ford says the Flying Squad is running out of space to store stolen cars recovered by the police.
TEN masked gunmen on Wednesday night invaded an animal farm in Nightingale Grove, St Catherine, slaughtering 32 sheep and 18 goats before making off with the carcasses, leaving only the intestines behind.
The dethroned kingmaker is still being hounded by his board members who are determined not to let up about getting information on what happened to their investment in the motherland. They are convinced he is giving them a six for a nine but they are having none of it.
GOVERNOR of the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) Brian Wynter yesterday downplayed concerns about the depreciating Jamaican dollar, noting that the central bank had already anticipated the present exchange rate and its impact on prices.
COMMISSIONER of Customs Major Richard Reese says the Department is clamping down on "leaking revenues" and will be going after persons who try to beat the system.
A Jamaican family will this summer be treated to an all-expense-paid local vacation, valued at $250,000, from Columbus Communications, operators of Flow and Columbus Business Solutions.
THE principal and students of the Tydixon Basic School and residents of the small rural community of the same name, located in West St Catherine are celebrating the refurbishing of the school and rehabilitation of a water delivery system by the Rural Water Supply Ltd (RWSL).
Corina Meek's husband, Charles Meeks, was incorrectly identified as Albert in a page four photograph on Wednesday. We regret the error and any inconvenience caused.
THE prosecution's main witness yesterday admitted that he had "jumped to the wrong conclusion" in assuming that businessman Bruce Bicknell was trying to bribe him and that he made an error in having him arrested.
This beautiful bunch of cheerleaders perform a routine during an inter-school sports day at the Jamaica Public Service Sports complex in Nightingale Grove, St Catherine, yesterday. (PHOTO: LIONEL ROOKWOOD)
Soda seems to be the ultimate quencher for these students amidst hellish temperature in the capital city of Kingston on Monday. (PHOTOS: KARL MCLARTY)
SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth — The Junction police are awaiting forensic analysis to assist in determining the cause of a fire, which destroyed a so-called 'haunted house' in Rose Hall, South-east St Elizabeth, last Thursday.
Today is the 164th day of 2013. There are 201 days left in the year.
WISCONSIN, United States — A Jamaican national has pleaded guilty for his role in a telemarketing lottery scheme that defrauded hundreds of senior citizens.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) — Gunmen have killed the financial director of a Brazilian newspaper known for its denunciations of corruption and organised crime groups, police said yesterday.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Train passengers wait to be transported to a hospital after they were injured in a train crash in the outskirts of Buenos Aires yesterday. Three persons were killed and hundreds injured in the incident. (PHOTO:AP)
WASHINGTON, USA (AFP) - The White House pledged Thursday that it would continue to fight for tighter gun controls six months after the Newtown massacre, as President Barack Obama prepared to meet with victims' relatives.