Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner
The hearing into the case of an HIV positive Jamaican man fighting his extradition to Canada has been push back to December 17 for case management.
A new liquor law aimed at cracking down on underage drinking is to take effect in Bermuda today.
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller is reiterating that her government is committed to putting in place policies to ensure equal opportunities for women.
The Jamaica Volleyball Association (JaVA) is now searching for a new president following the resignation of Superintendent Steve Brown.
The National Water Commission has implemented water restrictions to sections of St Mary as the parish continues to be impacted by the dry spell.
- Police nab suspect after he's invited into home Authorities in Northern California have arrested a fraud suspect accused of evading police for more than four hours by befriending a homeowner who invited him into his home for a meal. 35 year old Dominique Arnett Tabb of San Francisco, was taken... Read More
- MPPryce welcomes announced changes to ganja cultivati North Eastern St. Elizabeth Member of Parliament Raymond Pryce has welcomed the announcement of new development toward Ganja cultivation as announced by the Minister of Justice, the Honourable Mark Golding. At a Press Briefing held yesterday at... Read More
- Honour for Sister Nancy Roots reggae artiste Sister Nancy is among four persons being honoured at the 13th staging of Icons of Soul. The event is slated to take place on Saturday November 8 at the Rochdale Community Centre in Queens, New York. Sister Nancy, whose given... Read More
- Dozens of Climbers Feared Dead After Japan's Mount Ontake Volcano Erupts The eruption at Mount Ontake, a popular hiking spot in central Japan, began shortly before noon on Saturday. An undetermined number of people remained stranded or missing Sunday evening. Rescue efforts were halted because of darkness and strong... Read More
- Convicted Jamaican sex trafficker gets 27-years for crimes 37-year-old Jamaican, Damion St. Patrick Baston, was yesterday sentenced to 27 years behind bars after being convicted on multiple charges of sex-trafficking. During the trial, the court was told by prosecutors of how Baston stole the identity of a... Read More
- Max Verstappen: Teenager to drive in practice at Japanese Grand Prix Five more lifeless bodies have been found on the slopes of Japan's Mount Ontake, bringing the total number of presumed dead in a volcanic eruption Saturday to 36. Twenty-four bodies still remain on the mountain, while 12 have been recovered,... Read More