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Monthly Archives: October 2021

One dead, seven tourists injured in Trelawny crash 

Aman died as a result of injuries he sustained during a crash that involved two motor vehicles along the main road in Trelawny on Saturday night.

132 new COVID cases locally; 12 deaths reported 

Jamaica recorded 132 COVID-19 cases over 24 hours up to Friday afternoon, according to the Ministry of Health and Wellness.

Tiler ‘Little John’ dies after crashing into utility pole in St Thomas 

Investigators from the St Thomas Police Division are probing the circumstances surrounding the fatal crash

‘We haven’t got a hand on him’

THE St Thomas police have vowed that there will be no let-up in their search for Davian Bryan, the man suspected of having abducted two girls in Bath, St Thomas, some two weeks ago.

Pentecostal church body distances group from St James ‘cult pastor’ 

The Jamaica Pentecostal Union (Apostolic) (JPU (A), the umbrella group for Pentecostal Apostolic churches in Jamaica says the ‘cult leader Kevin Smith and Pathways International’ were not aligned to their organization.

39 Pathways church members plead guilty to DRMA breaches, fined  

Thirty-nine members of the Pathways International Kingdom Restoration Ministries in Montego Bay, St James, were slapped with a collective fine of over $1.1 million when they pleaded guilty to breaches of the Disaster Risk Management Act in the parish court on Wednesday.