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JUTC managing director, Colin Campbell, said the decision to give the extra time to people to get their Smarter Cards was made as result of the large crowds turning up at the JUTC offices...
The crash took place in the vicinity of the Holland Bamboo Primary School sometime after 2 p.m.
A gay Jamaican man who was challenging the country's anti-buggery laws has had legal costs awarded against him after he failed to formally tell the court he was discontinuing the case.
The appointment of professor Carol Clarke as interim president of The Mico University College takes effect today.
The police in Britain are to be given new powers to seize the passports of terrorist suspects and stop British jihadists from returning to the UK.
- Sand collapse kills 9-year-old girl at Oregon beach Nine-year-old Isabel Grace Franks died at a Lincoln City, Oregon, beach on Friday, when a hole she was digging in the sand caved in and buried her, authorities said. Franks, her family and friends were visiting the beach from Sandy, Oregon. Police... Read More
- Vaz beats Rowe JAMAICAN-BORN Florida attorney David Rowe has been found by a Florida court to have destroyed evidence on a computer at the centre of his libel case against Daryl Vaz, the former information minister, and Rainforest Seafoods Limited. In the long-... Read More
- Ukraine crisis: NATO to create 'high-readiness force,' secretary-general says A Russian army tank attacked airfields in eastern Ukraine on Monday, Ukrainian military officials said, amid worsening tensions between Kiev and Moscow. A battle is under way at the airport of the eastern city of Luhansk, Ukrainian counter terrorism... Read More
- Teachers point to pressing matters as new school year gets underway With classes at Government-run schools set to resume today public sector teachers have declared that they are several pressing matters they want the Government to address early in the academic year. They include the employment of teachers to replace... Read More
- Stewart bounces back to claim 100m in Germany Commonwealth Games men’s shot put champion O’Dayne Richards has been busy competing all over Europe the last few weeks and was fourth at the ISTAF IAAF World Challenge meeting in Berlin, Germany, yesterday , with a best mark of 20.72m.... Read More
- Ukraine crisis: Troops abandon Luhansk airport after clashes Ukrainian forces have withdrawn from the airport of the eastern city of Luhansk after all-night clashes with pro-Russian rebels, the military says. Security officials said the Ukrainian troops had come under attack from a column of Russian tanks.... Read More