- Israel kills 128 in bloodiest day of Gaza war Israel unleashed its heaviest air and artillery assault of the Gaza war today, destroying key symbols of Hamas control, shutting down the territory’s only power plant and leaving at least 128 Palestinians dead on the bloodiest day of the 22-... Read More
- Wiping the (criminal) slate clean - Government to consider proposal Justice Minister Senator Mark Golding has indicated a willingness to engage in more discussions about the possibility introducing a legal scheme, which would facilitate all types of criminal records being expunged, under certain circumstances. While... Read More
- Farm Workers Programme adjusts for older applicants The Overseas Farm Workers Programme has increase the maximum recruitment age limit for persons from 40 to 45 years. The minimum age limit of 21 years will remain. Labour and Social Security Minister, Derrick Kellier made the announcement on Friday (... Read More
- Shot put champ to celebrate with pizza O'Dayne Richards says he does intend to celebrate Jamaica's first gold medal win in the throws in style. Of all the ways to do it, he prefers a slice of pizza. And he deserves it. Richards, 26, threw a Commonwealth and national record of 21.... Read More
- Hamas rejects Palestinian call for Gaza cease-fire Hamas on Tuesday rejected a call from Palestinian leadership in the West Bank for a 24-hour truce to halt the bloodshed in Gaza.A report by official Palestinian news agency WAFA said Palestinian leadership was offering a 24-hour truce, which could... Read More
- Jamaica records second case of Chick V as virus spreads On the heels of Jamaica recording its second imported case of chikungunya in two weeks data show cases of the mosquito-borne virus are rapidly increasing in the island's closet neighbours. According to the latest update from the Pan-American... Read More
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The Senate this afternoon approved two controversial tax bills, which will now require an application to the court before a lien can be placed on the property of tax delinquents.
The details of the crash were not immediately available. However, the accident involved a Toyota Sports Utility Vehicle and a Toyota station wagon motor car.
A litre of E10-87 gasolene is to sell for $125.48, while E10-90 is to sell for $127.13.
They are: 36-year-old Kesha Davis of New Jersey, United States and Heather Lowe, of Eltham, Ocho Rios, St Ann.
The American authorities say the caterpillar can pose a significant threat to agriculture as they feed on a wide variety of important agricultural crops.