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  • Four criminal laws possibly breached in Reid, CMU matter — DPP
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    THE Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn has found possible administrative breaches and conduct which may have contravened four criminal laws in the investigation of allegations of irregularities involving Ruel Reid and Caribbean Maritime University.Llewellyn, in a 14-point document […]

  • Send us videos, images of PPV violations — Transport Authority
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    THE Transport Authority is encouraging the public to capture and submit infractions being committed by operators of public passenger vehicles, as it intensifies its use of technology for monitoring and regulation. […]

  • 'I never give any instruction to pick up any firearm'
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    THE Clarendon farmer who had allegedly turned over a rifle to the police that was reportedly used by the so-called Uchence Wilson Gang, yesterday insisted that he did not give lawmen any information about the weapon. […]

  • PNP takes matters into own hands
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    ST JAMES, Jamaica — People's National Party (PNP) President Dr Peter Phillips says, in two weeks, the PNP intends to host a national stakeholder meeting on corruption.Speaking with the media during the second leg of the party's vigil against corruption in Sam Sharpe Square, St James, […]

  • Injustice and unpunished corruption could stir social unrest, warns Munroe
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Anti-corruption campaigner Trevor Munroe says Jamaicans must insist that there is “one law for big and small”, and that no one is above the law, or risk the consequences of social unrest. […]

  • Sloppy start to One Don Gang trial
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    ONLY 10 of the 24 alleged members of the One Don Gang who were busted officially appeared in the Supreme Court yesterday due to a lack of preparedness, which forced the presiding judge to retire to his “salubrious” chambers twice. […]

  • 'Baby snatcher had help'
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    ALTHOUGH the woman who snatched his day-old baby from the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in January has pleaded guilty, Sinclair Hutton is not convinced she acted alone.Peta-Gay Ffrench, the woman who stole his child from the hospital in Kingston on January 9, pleaded guilty to child stealing yesterday […]

  • Lights out!
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    MORE than 10,500 street lights across the island are still not working, despite a major repair and maintenance programme implemented by the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) over the past 12 months.Late last year, JPS announced that it had exceeded its street light repair target of 6,000 for the […]

  • This Day in History — July 19
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    Today is the 200th day of 2019. There are 165 days left in the year.TODAY'S HIGHLIGHT1980: Summer Olympics in Moscow begin, minus dozens of nations boycotting the games because of the Soviet military intervention in Afghanistan. OTHER EVENTS1333: The Scots are routed in battle of Halidon Hill, […]

  • Witness Care Conference opens today
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    MAJOR stakeholders in the justice and law-enforcement sectors will join forces to stage Jamaica's first-ever Witness Care Conference at the Faculty of Law, The University of the West Indies, on July 19 and 20th.Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Llewelyn; Canadian High Commissioner Laurie […]

  • St Catherine Adult Correctional Centre to place products on market
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    THE St Catherine Adult Correctional Centre has created 30 products, which it is looking to place on the market shortly.The items, which have received the endorsement of the Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw, include various sauces, wines, beers, syrups, pudding […]

  • Employers encouraged to use Labour Market Information System
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    EMPLOYERS and training institutions are being encouraged to partner with the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, through the Labour Market Information System (LMIS), to build Jamaica's workforce.The ministry's LMIS is a Web-based job-matching facility that pairs jobseekers and employers. […]

  • Former PM happy with decision to end e-mail probe
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar Wednesday welcomed the decision by the police to end the investigations into the so-called “e-mailgate” scandal that sought to link her and several other senior members of her then People's Partnership […]

  • Contracts given to gang leaders to be audited
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    PORT OF SPAIN,Trinidad (CMC) — The Minister of Rural Development and Local Government says an expansive audit will be conducted into the mul­timil­lion-dol­lar con­tracts giv­en to sev­en re­put­ed gang lead­ers at two government-con­trolled […]

  • CHTA rejects online travel agency's commission as grossly unfair
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    MIAMI, United States (CMC) — The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has rejected an online travel agency's commission as grossly unfair and regressive. […]

  • US police warn flushed drugs could create 'meth-gators'
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    WASHINGTON, DC, United States (AFP) — Be careful not to flush drugs down the toilet. They may intoxicate ducks and geese, or worse, turn alligators into dangerous “meth-gators”.The warning was issued by police in the town of Loretto, Tennessee, after a suspect tried to dispose of […]

  • Police stage summer camp for youth with behavioural problems
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    MORE than 80 young people are benefiting from a 10-day summer camp being staged by the St Andrew South police division at the Tapioca Village in St Mary from July 16 to 26. The annual camp is engaging the youngsters, aged 10 to 17, who display behavioural problems. […]

  • US overdose deaths appear to be falling
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    NEW YORK, United States (AP) — US overdose deaths last year likely fell for the first time in nearly three decades, preliminary statistics suggest.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday posted the provisional numbers showing nearly 68,000 drug overdose deaths were […]

  • BFFs Hit The Runway For WLI
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    Last Sunday evening, the Women's Leadership Initiative (WLI) hosted its Best Friends Forever (BFF) wine and fashion show at Talk of the Town at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel. The event featured designs from Bohemian Belle, Signatures Boutique, Karmen's Kollection, Heather Laine, Flirt Boutique and […]

  • US heat wave just warming up for long
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    DETROIT, United States (AP) — The heat wave that has been roasting much of the US in recent days is just getting warmed up, with temperatures expected to soar to dangerous levels through the weekend. […]

  • PM suspends House over deputy speaker's tardiness
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) — A meeting of the House of Assembly was suspended yesterday after just a few minutes, without any of the day's business being addressed.Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves moved the suspension until next Thursday, consequent upon the late arrival of deputy speaker […]

  • NLA receives funding to introduce electronic titling
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    THE National Land Agency (NLA) has received funding under the World Bank's Foundations for Competitiveness and Growth Project to introduce electronic titling to Jamaica. “Electronic titling will reduce processing times for documents, improve efficiencies, and create important linkages with […]

  • Public administration records largest increase in employment
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    THE Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN) is reporting that public administration and defence, and compulsory social security topped the industry groups, recording the largest increases in employment, as at April 2019.Director-General Carol Coy said the number of employed persons in both groups […]

  • US Customs agents nab J'can wanted for child sex charges
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    BALTIMORE, United States (CMC) – The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency says officers arrested a Jamaican at Baltimore, Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on a Palm Beach County, Florida, for felony arrest warrant for sexual offences against a child.On Wednesday, […]

  • FCJ to lead Naggo Head Technology Park project
    le 20/07/2019 à 2:38

    THE Factories Corporation of Jamaica (FCJ) will be leading the construction of the Naggo Head Technology Park in St Catherine.Cabinet, in September 2018, gave approval for a joint venture agreement between the FCJ and China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) for development of the facility on 34 […]

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