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Pre-trial hearing for ex-Jamaican cop on US drug charges postponed
A pre-trial conference scheduled for today in the United States for former Jamaican policeman Errol Cliff Richards also known as 'Schoolboy Richie' has been postponed.

Four cops suspected of corruption arrested by MOCA
The Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency (MOCA) yesterday arrested four policemen in Manchester and Kingston for reasonable suspicion of corruption.

UTech threatens to drop some courses if enrolment is not completed
The University of Technology (UTech) has issued a warning to students that it will drop some of their selected courses if the enrolment process is not completed.

Tough task to fix operations at local lock-ups, says Government
The Government says it's facing significant challenges in its efforts to satisfy international human rights standards in the operation of Jamaica's lock-ups and correctional facilities.

Body with multiple stab wounds found in St James
The Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the body of a woman who was found with multiple stab wounds along a roadway in St James.

Ex-cop charged with kidnapping, rape and carnal abuse
The 48-year-old Clarendon man was charged yesterday with one count of kidnapping, two counts of carnal abuse and three counts of rape.

US pathologist performs autopsy on Mario Deane's body
An autopsy is now being carried out on the body of 31-year-old construction worker Mario Deane, who died last month following a beating he received at the Barnett Street Police Station in St James.

JLP caretaker wants NEPA to probe St Thomas chlorine leak
Jamaica Labour Party Caretaker for St Thomas Eastern Delano Seiveright is calling for the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) to swiftly investigate yesterday’s chlorine leak in St Thomas.

Gleaner employee missing
Gleaner employee Karl Grayson has been reported missing since Wednesday.

Gay-rights activist files appeal against court ruling in tolerance case
Attorney-at-law and gay-rights activist Maurice Tomlinson has filed an appeal against a constitutional court ruling in which he was seeking a declaration that TVJ and CVM ...

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