A Police Constable was killed early Friday, September 24, after being attacked by a man of unsound mind along King’s Street in Linstead, St. Catherine.
Author: Robian Williams (Robian Williams)
According to one of the Crown’s main witnesses in the high profile Clansman trial, involving alleged gang leader Andre Bryan and his 32 co-accused, ‘they don’t normally get a reason to carry out a killing’.
Minister of Education, Fayval Williams has responded to the damning reports into the affairs at the state-run Nutrition Products Limited, (NPL). In an address at a post-cabinet briefing on Wednesday, September 22, the Minister said 'let the chips fall where they may.'
Day 3 of the Clansman trial, the one don gang involving reputed gang leader Andre 'Black' Bryan and his 32 co-accused got underway today at the Supreme Court in Downtown Kingston.
The high-profile trial involving reputed leader of the Clansman Gang, Andre 'Blackman' Bryan and his 32-co-accused ended prematurely Tuesday, September 21, following technical difficulties. All are allegedly associated with the one don gang, a faction of the feared Clansman Gang based in St. Catherine. The trial is widely considered the largest prosecution in Jamaica’s history.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continue to surge, a Pediatrician is urging adults to consider the future of children, before disregarding the existing health protocols and exposing themselves, and putting others at increased risk for COVID-19 infection. While children appear to be largely spared the direct brunt of the virus, the warning is that of potential long-term effects.
Fire of unknown origin razed the house on Second Street in Trench Town, where Reggae legends Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer lived as children. Families who resided in the building have now been displaced.
Workmen are picking up the pace of the construction of a 48-bed field hospital on the grounds of the University Hospital of the West Indies, UHWI, in St. Andrew. This is to further reduce pressure on the hospital's already strained resources in treating COVID-19 patients.
Two senior citizens were shot and killed and a teenager injured in the Woodstock District in Claremont, St. Ann, on Wednesday, September 15.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness hints at the possibility of differential treatment for vaccinated persons. This as he notes a mere 7 percent take-up in vaccines locally despite continued public education and rising COVID-19 infections.