Dog meat sold as curried goat - Restaurants try to cover for shortage of imported product
A startling revelation was made at the general meeting of the St Catherine Parish Council yesterday that several restaurants were selling dog meat disguised as curried goat....
Truck nearly crashes into house
Elaine Reid looked on in horror yesterday after an International motor truck came within inches of crashing through her front door. The truck, which stopped inches from her doorsteps, had moments before damaging her fence.
Four Senior Superintendents of Police (SSPs) were yesterday promoted to the post of Assistant Commissioner on advice of the Police Service Commission...
Jamaican implicated in Cayman bank robbery
The matter involving a Jamaican man who has been implicated in a bank robbery in the Cayman Islands was mentioned in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday.
CIB seeks assistance in case
The Half-Way Tree Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) is seeking the public's assistance in a case that is now before the Half-Way Tree Resident Magistrate's Court.
American caught at NMIA remanded
The man who was caught with over €300,000 (J$34,596,300) at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston was remanded when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday.
Policemen to return to court next year
The eight policemen brought before the court for refusing to cooperate with the Independent Commission of investigations (INDECOM) are to return to court on January 22, for trial.
Children must remain focused
A special call has been made by motivational speaker Herro Blair Jr for children to remain focused and ensure that they get a good education....
Fifty Shades of Grey sold out
School may have resumed last week but the most sought-after book in stores was not a prescribed text. It was Fifty Shades of Grey, a novel about a billionaire who falls for a normal girl...