JPS removed 98,000 illegal lines in 2012
The Jamaica Public Service (JPS) said it removed 98,000 illegal lines from the company's infrastructure during 2012...
MEN CLASH OUTSIDE COURT
Pandemonium erupted outside the gates of the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday after several men in skin-tight shirts and pants became involved in a confrontation....
Murder case in limbo after witness' death
WESTERN BUREAU: The murder case against three St James men, who are charged in connection with a 2011 murder, is now in limbo as the court seeks to make a determination as to the cause of the death of a witness....
State-run agency to confiscate Dudus' assets
The state-run Assets Recovery Agency says it will be going ahead with efforts to confiscate the assets of former Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke....
THIEVES TARGET PORTMORE HOMES - Four break-ins in one week
There have been several reports of home invasions in the community of Morris Meadows in Portmore, St Catherine, in recent months leaving residents to believe that thieves are on the prowl....
Woman gets off child abuse charges
WESTERN BUREAU: A St James woman, who was before the court for boxing a child and tearing her blouse, got off with a stern warning when she appeared in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday.
Agriculture minister challenges farmers to produce more
Agriculture Minister Roger Clarke has challenged farmers and the public in general to play their part in helping the country to achieve self-sufficiency in crop production, which is key to realising...