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CHIEF Technical Director of the Financial Investigation Division (FID) Justin Felice says the snail's pace of the justice system is causing a delay in the sale of over $2 billion worth of seized assets.
SONIA Clarke stood on the tarmac of the Norman Manley International Airport trying to maintain a composed demeanour, as she locked arms with a teary-eyed Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller and another woman who stood to the right of her.
A shift from the dull black-and-white uniform at Tarrant High to a more vibrant combination of royal blue, yellow and white has lifted the spirits of the students at the St Andrew institution.
Minister Portia Simpson Miller (second left), and ministers Lisa Hanna (left) and Natalie Neita-Headley weep openly over the body of Roger Clarke as his casket arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport yesterday. Looking on is Health Minister Dr Fenton Ferguson. (PHOTO: MICHAEL GORDON)
SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth — Health Minister Fenton Ferguson has rebuked political opponents for what he says are attempts to create panic with alarmist pronouncements about the chikungunya virus.
THE Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) has advised that the renunciation of Jamaican citizenship can only be done by submitting an application to the agency.
THE Opposition Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) wants the Government to set up a command centre to track the spread of the chikungunya virus, which it says has now reached epidemic proportions in at least four parishes.
GOVERNMENT has set up a craft council to facilitate sustainable development of the craft industry.
It required two pairs of hands to carry this piece of plyboard in Lauriston, St Catherine, on Monday. (PHOTO: LIONEL ROOKWOOD)
IF the walls of the Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG) Board Room could talk, it would tell at least 6,000 tales of dreams realised and hope renewed over the last two decades.
Today is the 254th day of 2014. There are 111 days left in the year.
THE Kingston man accused of texting his wife about his daily dreams of killing her was denied bail when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on Monday.
KIEV, Ukraine (AFP) — Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said yesterday that Russia had withdrawn the bulk of its forces from his country and he pledged greater autonomy for the separatist east in moves that could help sustain a fragile truce.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) - Violent crime in Venezuela has taken a gory turn as a spate of dismembered bodies has turned up around the country, their detached heads and limbs often scattered far away.
FRESNO, California (AP) -- Richard Kiel, the towering actor best known for portraying steel-toothed villain Jaws in a pair of James Bond films, has died. He was 74.
KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The US Embassy in Kingston today, Wednesday September 10, donated eight forensic vehicles to the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), and the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM).
KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC) has removed and demolished 16 wooden and concrete structures, in several communities, which they say were being illegally used for commercial and residential purposes.
Nathan Downer of Toronto all-news network CP24 was interviewing Tyson on Wednesday, a day after the former boxing champ visited Rob Ford at city hall amid the controversial mayor's bid for re-election next month.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Kingston Mayor Angela Brown Burke says that the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC) has met with the police to roll out a more targeted and sustained programme to tackle illegal vending on the streets of the Corporate Area.
KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The US dollar on Wednesday, September 10 ended trading at J$112.74 up one cent, according to the Bank of Jamaica’s daily foreign exchange trading summary.