Latest News From The Jamaica Gleaner
The retrial of the two fishermen, charged with the murder of three children in a house on September 14, 2004 began in the Home Circuit court today.
As the Caribbean seeks to reposition itself for major change, a new flag bearer has been selected to lead the charge at the Caribbean Tourism Organisation
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, has hit back at the Organisation of American States (OAS) report, questioning its due diligence.
Digicel has acquired majority ownership and control of St Lucia-based International Media Content Ltd, parent company of regional sports broadcaster, SportsMax, and North American broadcaster CEEN-TV.
The Jamaica Cancer Society is lamenting the continued reluctance of Jamaican men to undertake tests for prostate cancer, even though the cancer is the most deadly among adult men.
- T&T Police keeps close eye on hunger strike by activist Environmental activist in Trinidad and Tobago Dr. Wayne Kubalsingh, has commenced another hunger strike outside the Prime Minister’s Office in the capital Port-of-Spain today. Kubalsingh is hopeful that his actions will lead to an injunction... Read More
- Calls for Macfield to Withorn main road to be rehabilitated in Clarke’s honour There have been growing calls for the Government to rehabilitate the roughly 13 kilometres of roadway between Macfield and Withorn in Central Westmoreland, and for it to be named in honour of the late member of parliament, Roger Clarke. Shortly... Read More
- Musicians pay final respects to ‘Sticky’ Musicians gathered at the Washington Gardens Seventh-day Adventist Church in St Andrew last Sunday, for the funeral service of their colleague Uzziah 'Sticky' Thompson. Thompson, a prolific percussionist, died August 25 from a heart attack... Read More
- BBC reporters 'badly beaten' in Russia A team of BBC journalists was beaten and their camera smashed in Southern Russia. The three reporters were working in the southern city of Astrakhan where they were looking into reports of Russian soldiers killed while on secret deployments near... Read More
- Education Ministry and JN Partner to Transform School Leadership The Ministry of Education have partnered with the Jamaica National (JN) Foundation on a project aimed at improving the leadership of 15 primary and secondary schools in three parishes. The iLead project was launched on Tuesday at the Terra Nova... Read More
- Going for goals he Jamaica senior Reggae Girlz football team is looking to boost their strike options for the CONCACAF Women's Championships to be held in the United States from October 15 to 26. The slender Shakira Duncan, the team's top scorer, hit eight... Read More