• World Cup final pitch invaders jailed

    Members of Russian activist rock band Pussy Riot who interrupted the FIFA World Cup final between France and Croatia wearing fake police uniforms have been
  • Usain Bolt set for six-week trial with Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners

    Triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt is set to take another step towards becoming a professional footballer by going on a six-week trial with Australian
  • Defence Attorney Tries to Discredit Evidence at Appeal of Vybz Kartel and Co-accused

    Attorneys representing entertainer Shawn “ Storm” Campbell in his appeal hearing today, revealed that data for a text message used as evidence
  • St. James Public Health Services cautions people on smoke from Retirement Dump

    The St. James Public Health Services says it is working with all relevant agencies to closely monitor the fire at the retirement dump. The health service
  • Aiken and Firebirds back in playoff contention with win over Giants Netball

    The clash of Jamaicans in round 11 of the Suncorp Super Netball league saw Kadie-Ann Dehaney coming away happier after Melbourne Vixens ran out comfortable
  • Brazil named favourites to win 2022 FIFA World Cup

    Five-time champions Brazil are favourites to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar according to Westgate Las Vegas Superbook who listed the South American
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents in Portland and St Mary-2 Dead

    Two people were killed in separate motor vehicle accidents in St Mary and Portland, between yesterday and today. Those killed are 18-year-old Abigail
  • France crowned world champions after thrilling win over Croatia

    France have won the Fifa World Cup for the second time after overcoming Croatia in an exhilarating final in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium. France
  • Holder six-for wrecks Bangladesh, seals WI 2-0 series win

    West Indies captain Jason Holder was the architect of Bangladesh’s devastation with career-best match figures of 11 for 103, as the Windies strolled
  • Senate affirms public procurement regulations

    The Senate yesterday (Jul 13) affirmed the public procurement regulations 2018 and public procurement reconsideration and review regulations 2018.
  • Holness encourages Jamaicans to volunteer for boards of public bodies

    Prime Minister Andrew Holness has encouraged well thinking Jamaicans who are keen on volunteering their services in the public’s interest, particularly on

Defence Attorney Tries to Discredit Evidence at Appeal of Vybz Kartel and Co-accused

by July 16th, 2018
Defence Attorney Tries to Discredit Evidence at Appeal of Vybz Kartel and Co-accused
Attorneys representing entertainer Shawn “ Storm” Campbell in his appeal hearing today, revealed that data for a text

NSWMA on track for three day deadline for containing fire at Retirement Dump

by July 16th, 2018
NSWMA on track for three day deadline for containing fire at Retirement Dump
There should be no smoke emanating from the Retirement Dump come tomorrow morning (July 17). Managing Director of the National Solid

World Cup final pitch invaders jailed

by July 16th, 2018
World Cup final pitch invaders jailed
Members of Russian activist rock band Pussy Riot who interrupted the FIFA World Cup final between France and Croatia wearing fake

Usain Bolt set for six-week trial with Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners

by July 16th, 2018
Usain Bolt set for six-week trial with Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners
Triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt is set to take another step towards becoming a professional footballer by going on a six-week trial

Capleton to face the heat September 4; rape case put off

by July 13th, 2018
Capleton to face the heat September 4; rape case put off
Capleton’s rape case continues to linger. The “Fireman” who was charged in April this year, had his bail extended this

Kumar Bent leaves Raging Fyah

by July 13th, 2018
Kumar Bent leaves Raging Fyah
After eight years, three albums, and a Grammy nomination, Kumar Bent has severed ties with Raging Fyah. According to Kumar, there is no