Monthly Archives: April 2018

Remedies for sunburn

CARNIVAL season has passed, but the effects of sun exposure during the outdoor activities might still be lingering.

Reduction in crime in St Catherine North — security minister

KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — Minister of National Security, Dr Horace Chang, says there has been a reduction in crime in the St Catherine North Division, since the declaration of the state of public emergency in March.

Holness open to having gay members in his Cabinet 

Ten years after then Prime Minister, Bruce Golding declared that he would not have gays in his Cabinet, his successor, Andrew Holness has suggested that he would have no problems with homosexuals in his executive.

Cop gives thanks after life ‘saved by bulletproof vest’ 

Twenty-seven-year-old police constable Craig Kyle* is expressing gratitude for the upgraded ballistic vests provided to the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) one of which saved his life during a police operation last July.

Starbucks sorry for arrests of black men – Philadelphia mayor 

Philadelphia officials have wrapped up a meeting with Starbucks executives to discuss the arrests of two black men who were denied use of a store’s bathroom and refused to leave.

Profile of a killer

The psychiatric report on convicted killer Michael McLean was prepared by a consultant forensic psychiatrist and was relied on and referred to in the sentencing process of McLean last Thursday.