Monthly Archives: September 2019

Search scope widened for boy washed away by flood waters 

Local authorities are to continue a search on Thursday for a boy who was reportedly washed away by flood waters in August Town, St Andrew on Wednesday.

British couple claim Jamaican tricked them into smuggling cocaine

An elderly British couple convicted of drug trafficking in Portugal had claimed that they were duped into smuggling cocaine by a Jamaican man.

‘Rogue taximen’ from Kingston charged for St Thomas robbery 

Police say they have now charged two men, who in June of this year reportedly held up and robbed a female in Morant Bay, St Thomas.

Russia’s deadliest new war machines

Meet Russia’s new generation of super weapons
Russia has dramatically increased its military spending on tanks, submarines and stealth planes.

Dead baby rots under State watch

DEAN Stewart, the father of deceased one-month-old baby, Daniella Stewart, says he will be taking legal action after a doctor concluded that the baby’s body was in an advanced state of decomposition after nine months on ice awaiting an autopsy.

Barrier opening for pedestrian crossing leads to driver abuse 

Just two days after China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) workers were forced to remove a section of the recently installed Jersey barrier along Constant Spring Road in St Andrew, it appears that unruly motorists are already creating problems as a result of the change.