Monthly Archives: July 2018

Bermuda records first murder for 2018

HAMILTON, Bermuda (CMC) — Bermuda recorded its first murder so far this year when a 30-year-old man was gunned down late Friday at the junction of Court Street and Elliott Street in Hamilton.

Warning! Monitor your kids online as traffickers are after them

BRACO, Trelawny — American police detective, Nicholas Parrika, says parents need to monitor their children’s Internet usage as human traffickers are targeting young ones through online games.

Rockfort business community mobilises against violence

ONGOING gang violence involving neighbouring communities in the Mountain View and Rockfort areas of east Kingston has brought some business operators in that region to a resolve for collective action in securing their establishments and community.

It’s unfortunate!

LEAD prosecutor in the Vybz Kartel appeal case, Jeremy Taylor yesterday came out swinging in defence of the conduct of Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Paula Llewellyn during the murder trial, and rubbished accusations of prosecutorial misconduct levied against her, saying they are “unsubstantiated, unmeritorious, and unfortunate”.

‘Dangerous complacency’ looms over world AIDS meeting

PARIS, France (AFP) — Thousands of experts and activists descend on Amsterdam today to bolster the battle against AIDS amid warnings that “dangerous complacency” may cause a resurgence of the epidemic that has already killed 35 million people.

Vacation tragedy

KIND donors have made it possible for the body of seven-year-old Javaughn Black — the Jamaican boy who died last weekend while on vacation in Canada — to be flown home for burial.