The offensive odour of dead chickens along a main road in Clarendon has upset motorists as well as caused the passersby to question if this is a potential health hazard.
Author: Paige Dixon (Paige Dixon)
A three-digit 24-hour hotline is now operational for children and adults to report incidents of child abuse. Authorities say the hotline is being used to reduce the prevalence of child abuse.
Parliament Mourns – Members from both sides spoke glowingly of former St Ann Politician and Attorney, Ernest Smith and the wives of two former parliamentarians, who all died recently. Tributes for Former southwest St Ann MP and Attorney At Law, Ernest Augustus Smith, of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), who passed away in August. Added to the list...
For the third consecutive year, the National Top Boy and Girl in the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) were honoured. They were gifted scholarships that would cover their secondary school tenure by the guardian group foundation. In attendance were parents and other family members to show their support for the students. Primary school students across the island continue to jump over...
The police force is in mourning, following the brutal slaying of one of its members in Portmore, St. Catherine early Sunday morning. He has been identified as Sergeant Averel Mccollin, who was attached to the Hunts Bay Police Station in St Andrew. In the wee hours of Sunday morning, five friends decided to enjoy a...
The Kingston Craft Market found at the end of the newly developed Downtown strip is again in operation, only, their main customers no longer can afford to patronize them.
Health authorities in at least two central parishes are lamenting the rising number of Dengue cases following recent tropical storms. This as there is been an increase in Aedes Egypti mosquitoes, carriers of the virus in both parishes.
The nation was shocked after hearing news about the quadruple murder which claimed the lives of two sisters minutes apart in the early hours of Sunday, September 12. Police Commissioner Major General Anthony Anderson revealed the motive for the murders.
Opposition spokesperson on Energy, Phillip Paulwell is calling for a hold on the light bill increase, this as the office of utilities regulation's announcement that electricity costs will increase on Tuesday, September 15, the public has been reacting with frustration.
Police Commissioner Antony Anderson says lockdowns do not stop crime, as the country's crime rate increased despite the special extended measures.