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The NSWMA says the major challenge is that residents continue to create dump sites even after they have been cleared by crews from the Metropolitan Parks and Markets
Deputy Superintendent of Police Albert Diah was charged in November last year with failure to comply with a lawful requirement of the Commission; and, obstructing the Commission in the exercise...
A Clarendon man was this afternoon given 75 years in prison in the Manchester Circuit Court for several charges brought against him.
Senator Kamina Johnson Smith, said there could be no light side to such serious matter. 'It's unworthy, and that you are defending it is sad, she said.
According to alleged eyewitnesses, the man, who was a vendor in the market, had an argument with another man over a cellular phone.
- Police officer in Suriname jailed for 18 years A High Court judge has sentenced a 25-year-old police officer to 18 years in prison after he was found guilty of a series of robberies in Suriname. Justice Danielle Karamat Ali said Murwin Vyent had used his service weapon, police techniques and... Read More
- INDECOM wants to listen to telephone calls Terrence Williams, the head of the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) has again asked for telephony access in a report to parliament on Tuesday. Earlier this year, a joint select committee, was told by Williams that it was important... Read More
- Ching Pow Kung Fu comedy begins extensive islandwide run The hit kung-fu movie mash-up, Ching Pow, featuring the voice of dancehall duo Twin of Twins has started its extended run at select venues across the island. The first run was aired yesterday evening at the Theatre Place in New Kingston. The movie... Read More
- Before midterms, Obama plugs policies for women Obama is delivering a speech today in Rhode Island on growth in the U.S. economy and administration policies directed at women. This speech comes four days before midterm elections in which Obama’s fellow Democrats need a big turnout from... Read More
- ‘Outameni acquisition part of NHT’s community development’ Chairman of the National Housing Trust (NHT) Easton Douglas says the acquisition of Outameni in Trelawny is part of the NHT’s community development programme. The Trust is being criticised by the Opposition for the $180 million purchase of the... Read More
- Memorial service for Kenneth Mattis today A memorial service for the late distinguished jockey and trainer Kenneth Mattis will take place today at the Stella Marris Church on Shortwood Road. Mattis died last Saturday at age 78. He has the unique distinction of being the only racing... Read More