Monthly Archives: April 2018

Five kidnapped for $125k ransom in Westmoreland

WESTMORELAND, Jamaica — Five people were reportedly kidnapped from their home in Galloway district, Westmoreland this morning and held at ransom, according to the police.

Delta adds new non-stop flights to Kingston

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Major American airline Delta will add new daily non-stop flights between Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston and New York City’s John F Kennedy International Airport later this year.

Lawyer says death of a witness will affect defence case

MONTEGO BAY, St James — A defence lawyer representing one of three police personnel charged by the Independent Commission of Investigations in relation to the death

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., pub-0506098242811370, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0