November 24, 2014
Star News


14-y-o boy's fingers chopped off
“A man who is accused of maiming a 14-year-old boy was granted bail when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court last Friday.. read more
Gays attacked by students

A number of gays hanging out at a gully in the New Kingston area were lucky ...

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Scrap-iron thieves prey on sugar industry

Cane farmers are suffering at the hands of scrap-metal thieves who continue to rob and vandalise valuable equipment,

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Westmoreland couple on fraud rap

A Westmoreland couple is before the court on a number of fraud charges and will appear again on Friday,

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SEX SHOP OWNER FINED FOR LIGHT THEFT

The operator of a sex shop was among three persons who were fined $150,000 each in the Old Harbour...

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Brits on cocaine raps to know fate tomorrow

Two British nationals, who are before the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on separate cocaine-related charges,

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Guns, ammo found in Greendale

Two home-made firearms, one .38 revolver, one 380 9mm pistol, five magazines and ...

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Dalvey and Golden Grove residents beg for fire station

Residents of Dalvey and Golden Grove, St Thomas, are pleading for a fire station in their area.

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A young boy engenders change at primary school

>Four years ago, 10-year-old Wajay Jonas made a bold move. Motivated by the poor sanitary conditions in his then primary school,

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LIME offers customised data plan packages

LIME has introduced a fresh approach to services for postpaid mobile customers. The telecommunications firm launched new options...

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Maxim Wholesale offers maximum convenience

With the establishment of Maxim Wholesale on Eastwood Park Road in Kingston, shoppers can enjoy the best

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Newly opened Santa Cruz transport centre eases congestion in town

Five years after its construction, the Santa Cruz Transportation Centre number two was finally opened on Thursday.

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Half a million dollars up for grabs in best police station competition

The Jamaica Police Co-orporative Credit Union (JPCCU), sponsor of the Jamaica Constabulary Force's Best Station Competition..

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Funeral home donates two ECG machines to Black River Hospital

The doctors and nurses in the Accident and Emergency Care Department at the Black River Hospital are grateful for two electro-cardiogram

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