Monthly Archives: November 2018

Three students remain in critical condition after St James crash 

Three students of the John Rollins Success Primary School remain in critical condition at the Cornwall Regional Hospital, following a motor vehicle accident in which two of their schoolmates and the driver of the motorcar were killed Tuesday morning.

KPMG enters outsourcing industry

JAMAICA’S strategic location in relation to the United States has given rise to another business opportunity, this time between audit and accounting firm KPMG Jamaica and member firm, KPMG US.


FLY Jamaica Airways passengers who have been stranded since the crash-landing of one of its carriers in Guyana last Friday were still, up to yesterday, unaware of when they will be able to return to the island, as the airline has not given them any information.

Man fined $100k for attempting to bribe police officer

ST JAMES, Jamaica — A St James man has been fined $100,000 after pleading guilty to attempting to bribe a police officer.

One of St James most wanted killed, hunt continues for second

ST JAMES, Jamaica — One of Jamaica’s most wanted men Delano ‘Prekeh’ Wilmot has been shot dead in a major military operation now underway in Richmond Hill, St James.

New police station to be built in Olympic Gardens, St Andrew 

Work is scheduled to get under way shortly on the construction of a new police station in Olympic Gardens, St Andrew.