May 3, 2013
Star News


Schoolgirls held for murder last night
“Two female students from Morant Bay High School were taken into police custody last night following the killing of a vendor in Seaforth, St Thomas THE WEEKEND STAR understands that the girls.... read more
Accused granted bail

A man accused of stabbing his ex-girlfriend to death, was granted bail in the sum of $300,000 yesterday....

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Manhunt for attackers of PM's brother

The Kingston Central police have launched an intense manhunt for three men who are reportedly involved in yesterday's attack on the brother of Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller...

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Alleged murder facing charges

Ryan Thomas, 18, from St Elizabeth, will return to the Santa Cruz Resident Magistrate Court on murder charges after his case was set for a preliminary enquiry on May 30....

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Man charge for forged documents

A matter involving a man who was reportedly pulled from police training school over allegations that he presented fake papers to the Jamaica Police Academy, was mentioned in the Corporate Area...

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Cuban national to be deported

WESTERN BUREAU: A Cuban national, who was arrested last month after entering Jamaica with a fraudulent Spanish passport, was ordered to be deported after he pleaded guilty in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Tuesday...

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Farmers benefit from programme

Dozens of farmers in eastern Jamaica are crediting the Economic Diversification Programme for banana producing parishes with creating increased income generation for them ....

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Students turning to violence to settle disputes

Parents these days are seemingly worried whenever they send their children out to these modern day learning institutions, chief among them secondary schools, as the knife appears to be the weapon of choice...

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Residents protest cop's arrest

The arrest of a St Catherine-based policeman has not gone down well with residents of Naggo Head in Port-more, St Catherine.

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No disciplinary action yet - Albert Corcho

Principal of Calabar High School, Albert Corcho, told THE WEEKEND STAR that the school has yet to undertake disciplinary action against the students who were allegedly involved in Monday's stabbing...

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Cocaine scam linked to stabbing incident

An ongoing cocaine scam in Clarendon has been linked to a stabbing incident in the parish on Wednesday....

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Police list names of wanted men

.The Catherine North police last night listed several men as wanted. The men are wanted for several major crimes comm-itted in St Catherine, ranging from rape to murder..

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Jessica Cameron reported missing

An Ananda Alert has been activated for 16-year-old Jessica Cameron of Lilliput, St James, who has been missing since Monday, April 22....

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