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The decompsing body of  41-year-old teacher Samuel Martin, has been found in bushes in Juno Crescent, May Pen, Clarendon. Head of the Clarendon Police, Senior Superintendent Vendolyn Cameron...

A search party consisting of the Alligator Pond Police, local fishermen and family members discovered the body of 16-year-old Christopher Wellington along the coast of the Alligator Pond beach on Wednesday. The Alligator Pond Police had reported...

Leader of the Opposition, Dr Peter Phillips, is supporting the study and review of the Bernard Lodge New City Project being implemented by the government on sugar lands owned by the Sugar Company of Jamaica. Responding to an announcement by Prime...

A mentally-challenged man has been taken into custody for questioning by the police in Manchester in relation to damage to three financial institutions. The police say he broke the glass windows near the entrance doors to the financial institutions...

The St Ann Health Department says there has been a drastic decline in the number of reported cases of dengue fever in the parish. In an interview with JIS News, Acting Medical Officer of Health for the department, Dr Tamika Henry, said that since...

One Taurus 9mm pistol with a magazine containing six 9mm cartridges was seized and one man fatally shot during a confrontation with a policeman on Elgin Street, Kingston 14 on Wednesday. The deceased has been identified as 27-year-old Cedric Thomas...

PROFESSIONAL WOMEN involved in the local environment sector have applauded the New Green Deal, a United States Congressional resolution that lays out a plan to tackle climate change and which has been the subject of much debate between the...

In celebration of Earth Day 2019, the Wisynco Group launched its internal recycling challenge, dubbed ‘Wisynco ECO Bokkle Wars’. Led by their team of environmentally dedicated ‘Eco Troopers’, the company’s staff members were urged to take in their...

CHILDREN WITH disabilities will, in a few weeks, have the chance to get in the know about climate change, thanks to the Nathan Ebanks Foundation (NEF) and its partnership with the Adaptation Programme and Financing Mechanism (AP...

It has been a long-held view that The University of the West Indies (UWI) engages in sophisticated research and study, churning out intellectuals to fill positions for the job market as doctors, attorneys, and business executives. But a new thrust...
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