• Damion & Donna sworn in as new Opposition Senators

    Former Member of Parliament Damion Crawford and Attorney Donna Scott Mottley were sworn in as Opposition Senators this morning (Oct 20). Mrs. Scott Mottley
  • No night life allowed in Denham Town during ZOSO

    The joint command of the Zone of Special Operations is advising that no party events will be allowed in zone areas, and the streets must be cleared by 7:00
  • Man arrested for fake id in Denham Town ZOSO

    A man who reportedly tried to pass through the ZOSO security check point in Denham Town, Kingston with false identification, was arrested and charged today
  • New FLA board mandated to rid agency of corruption

    National Security Minister Robert Montague says the new board at the Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) has been mandated to clean out corruption at the
  • Chris Paul to miss 4 weeks with knee injury

    The Houston Rockets will be without the services of veteran point guard Chris Paul for up to a month as he continues to battle a bruised left knee. Paul,
  • Windies Women to tour New Zealand in 2018

    The West Indies women will continue their quest to gain points on the ICC Women’s Championship table when they face New Zealand in a three-match One Day
  • Jamaica will headline pool b’ of Rugby Americas North Sevens Men’s Competition

    Jamaica will headline pool b’ of the Rugby Americas north sevens men’s competition which gets under way in Mexico City next month . The two day
  • Usain Bolt in support of Oscarine Masuluke’s goal for FIFA goal of the year

    The Olympic legend Usain Bolt has said that he would vote for Baroka FC goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke’s goal for the upcoming FIFA Puskas award. The
  • New FLA Board Appointed

    National Security Minister Robert Montague has named a new board for the Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA). The new board is chaired by national security
  • JLP commissioned poll shows Dunn ahead of PNP’s Alexis

    The governing party says a poll it commissioned, shows that its candidate for South East St Mary Dr. Norman Dunn, is ahead of his challenger Dr Shane
  • Shane Alexis files suit against President of Young Jamaica

    Attorneys-at-law representing PNP candidate for South East St Mary Dr. Shane Alexis today (October 19) filed a defamation suit in the Supreme Court against

Damion & Donna sworn in as new Opposition Senators

by October 20th, 2017
Damion & Donna sworn in as new Opposition Senators
Former Member of Parliament Damion Crawford and Attorney Donna Scott Mottley were sworn in as Opposition Senators this morning (Oct

Mario Dean’s mom to speak at Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

by October 20th, 2017
Mario Dean’s mom to speak at Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
Mercia Frazer, the mother of Mario Dean, will be making submissions at a hearing about police killings, at the Inter-American

Chris Paul to miss 4 weeks with knee injury

by October 20th, 2017
Chris Paul to miss 4 weeks with knee injury
The Houston Rockets will be without the services of veteran point guard Chris Paul for up to a month as he continues to battle a

Windies Women to tour New Zealand in 2018

by October 20th, 2017
Windies Women to tour New Zealand in 2018
The West Indies women will continue their quest to gain points on the ICC Women’s Championship table when they face New Zealand in a

Ginjah shifts spine in Las Vegas crash

by October 18th, 2017
Ginjah shifts spine in Las Vegas crash
Roots reggae singer Ginjah, is revealing he suffered a spinal injury following a motor accident in Las Vegas on Thursday. In a Music

Ginjah in US crash

by October 18th, 2017
Ginjah in US crash
Roots reggae singer Ginjah is currently recuperating following a motor vehicle accident in the United States over the weekend.