GG sends condolences to family, colleagues of CBA president
Jamaica Observer

GOVERNOR General Sir Patrick Allen yesterday expressed condolence to the loved ones and colleague of Cornwall Bar Association (CBA) President George Thomas, who was killed last week Thursday in a car crash in St James.

Three female Jamaican security guards arrested in Trinidad
Jamaica Observer

THE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade says its is aware of the arrests of the three women who were found working as security officers without the relevant work permits in the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago...

Singing Vernon’s Golden Plan for ganja
Jamaica Observer

A ganga smoker since his teens, Singing Vernon is not afraid to state his support for Government's recent reforms on use of the weed in Jamaica. He makes his feelings known on Golden Plan, which was recorded for the...

New Buju single out
Jamaica Observer

JUST after images of incarcerated deejay Buju Banton entertaining his fellow inmates at a Georgia correctional facility in the United States went viral on social media, comes a new song from the artiste. Released one...

Makyn The Shot
Jamaica Gleaner

World Champs pictorial

KSAC building inspector arrested for corruption
Jamaica Gleaner

A building inspector employed to the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation has been arrested on corruption allegations. The 28-year-old man was arrested during an under-cover operation by detectives from the Major Organised...

Thief blames open house for his actions
Jamaica Observer

KINGSTON, Jamaica – A man who pleaded guilty to breaking into a house and stealing several items explained that the dwelling was open, so anything was possible.

Clarendon motorcyclist dies after being hit by three vehicles
Jamaica Gleaner

A Clarendon motorcyclist, identified as 34-year-old Jayson Rankin, died last night after being hit by three vehicles in a bizarre accident along the Bustamante Highway in the parish. According to the police, Rankin,...

Police seeking help to identify gunman killed in Falmouth shootout
Jamaica Gleaner

The Trelawny Police are seeking the help of the public to identify the body of a gunman who was shot dead when he allegedly challenged cops in a shootout following a robbery attempt in Falmouth on Friday. The police...

Woman seeks legal aid after allegedly killing lover
Jamaica Observer

KINGSTON, Jamaica – A woman who has been on the run since 2013 for the alleged stabbing death of her common-law husband recently requested legal assistance from the court.

Doctor supports decriminalization of marijuana
Dominica Vibes

A medical doctor has added his voice in support of the decriminalization of marijuana in Dominica. There have been calls for government to allow the use of recreational drugs without punishment after the Jamaican...

Jerusalem gay pride parade attacker charged with murder
Jamaica Observer

JERUSALEM (AP) — An ultra-Orthodox Israeli who fatally stabbed a teenage girl at a Jerusalem gay pride parade has been indicted on a murder charge.

Butchers murdered by thieves posing as goat sellers
Jamaica Observer

ST CATHERINE, Jamaica – Hoodlums reportedly lured two butchers into bushes in the vicinity of Dyke Road in Portmore, St Catherine on Sunday, before robbing them of money then killing them there.

I'm clean and FIFA isn't corrupt, says Blatter
Jamaica Observer

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) – Sepp Blatter defended FIFA's battered reputation on Monday as the outgoing president insisted he is clean and there is no systemic corruption at world football's governing body. Blatter...

Constable kills girlfriend then shoots himself
Jamaica Star

Members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) were paying their last respects to slain colleague, Constable Lynden Barrette, yesterday...

St Elizabeth Agro Enforcement Team gets new vehicle
Jamaica Star

The fight against praedial larceny in St Elizabeth received a major boost last Thursday when a new 2015 Toyota Hilux pickup, valued at $4.9 million..

Shavez Hart pulls out of the short sprints at Beijing Worlds
Nassau Guardian

BEIJING, China – It’s been a long and trying season for Abaconian Shavez Hart, and as a long shot for either sprint final at these 15th International Association of Athletics Federation’s (IAAF) World...

Director of prosecutions still not appointed
Nassau Guardian

The question of who will head the Department of Public Prosecutions remains unanswered a year after controversial Jamaican Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Vinette Graham-Allen quit her post before the expiration of...

Doctor supports decriminalization of marijuana
Dominica Vibes

A medical doctor has added his voice in support of the decriminalization of marijuana in Dominica. There have been calls for government to allow the use of recreational drugs without punishment after the Jamaican...

Body found in Trelawny bushes; Unidentified man killed during shoot-out with cops
Jamaica Observer

TRELAWNY, Jamaica – Police officers in the Trelawny Division are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the bodies of two men, who were recently killed in the parish.

PHOTO: Winners!
Jamaica Observer

Manchester Police North defeated Mandeville Guard Room 2-1 under lights at Brooks Park on Wednesday night to take the Manchester Police Divisional Six-a-Side Football Competition. Photo shows Manchester North players and...

Two medals in the bag
Jamaica Observer

It was a wonderful day for Jamaica at the World Championships in Beijing, China, yesterday, as the nation copped its 100th medal at these games after Usain Bolt won the 100m. The distinction of winning Jamaica's first...

Children tackle bullying, violence at Kingston summit
Jamaica Observer

MEMBERS of the Child Development Agency's (CDA) Children's Advisory Panel (CAP) will tackle issues and related issues such as violence against children and values and attitudes when they host their second annual National...

I have to see new prison first to believe, says JLP's Smith
Jamaica Observer

OPPOSITION spokesman on national security, Derrick Smith, said that he is not convinced that the Government is serious about building a new maximum-security prison.

Leaders hail Bolt, Richards
Jamaica Observer

PRIME Minister Portia Simpson Miller and Opposition Leader Andrew Holness yesterday congratulated Sprint king Usain Bolt and shot putter O'Dayne Richards on their medal-winning performances at the 15th IAAF World...

Parents blame ganja, alcohol for son’s suicide
Jamaica Observer

THE 24-year-old man who jumped to his death from a bridge in May Pen, Clarendon had a history of mental illness brought on by marijuana smoking, his parents have claimed.

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RECENT COMMENTS
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Clarificaton, 4 April 2013
Barbara dougla-pond (guest): Further. Under no circumstances was Judy responsible for Loren calling her mother. She had nothing what so ever to do with that. Jurina would have never asked you to put that lying shit on the...

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Jackie Ramperaud (guest): I think he was coming back from work

HEALING HERBS: More curious about jamoons
Shanell Watkinon-Peterso (guest): I enjoyed reading this article. We in the Caribbean have much fruits an vegetables which we should be thankful for.

Anil Roberts for Sports Ministry
anil dewan (guest): 7074092286