- Pope Francis named Time Person of the Year 2013 Time named Pope Francis its person of the year after nine months of a papacy that has brought accolades from reformers, raised fears among conservatives, and drawn widespread adulation from people around the world for his man-of-the-people ways.... Read More
- PNP expresses strong disapproval at Dominican Republic action The Executive Committee of the People's National Party expressed strong disapproval of the September ruling made by the Constitutional Court of the Dominican Republic; this ruling leaves thousands of Dominicans, of Haitian descent living there... Read More
- Tessanne advances to top 3 in The Voice Tessanne Chin was the first contestant to advance to the final round of NBC's The Voice competition Tuesday night. Chin's passionate rendition of 'Bridge over Troubled Water' Monday night, maintained the top spot on the iTune's... Read More
- India top court reinstates gay sex ban India's top court has upheld a law which criminalizes gay sex, in a ruling seen as a major blow to gay rights. The Supreme Court ruling reverses a landmark 2009 Delhi High Court order which had decriminalized homosexual acts. The court said it... Read More
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- Vybz Kartel trial set to resume The murder trial of embattled entertainer, Vybz Kartel is slated to resume today after the media and public were barred from proceedings last week Thursday due to the sensitive nature of evidence to be given. Detective Sergeant, Patrick Linton was... Read More
Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner
World leaders paid their last respects to South Africa's first black president, Nelson Mandela, today in Pretoria, South Africa.
Three students are now in hospital following an early morning fire at the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) in Portland which is believed to be the work of arsonists.
A 41-year-old St Elizabeth clergyman is set to return to the Santa Cruz Resident Magistrate's Court court on June 3, 2014, on extended bail, on the charge of indecent assault.
Members of a parliamentary committee reviewing the Tobacco Control Regulations have proposed reducing the fine from 50,000 to 5,000 for first time offenders.
Minister of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining, Phillip Paulwell, has come out in full support of positive developments in ganja locally and internationally.