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JUST IN: Police Constable killed in August Town, St Andrew
A Police Constable was shot and killed moments ago in St Andrew.

11 firearms seized by police in last 48 hours
A powerful AK47 assault rifle was among 11 firearms seized by the police in the last 48 hours across the island.

Man causes bomb scare at nursing school, charged
Twenty-eight-year-old Yuhan Winter, has been charged with causing public mischief after he caused a bomb scare at the University of Technology’s St James campus of the Caribbean School of Nursing ...

Two more Portmore councillors sworn in
The People’s National Party’s majority in the Portmore Municipal Council has been increased with the swearing in of two more councillors today.

Font Hill residents protest poor road conditions
Residents of Font Hill in St Thomas this morning took to the streets of their community in protest of the poor road condition.

Jury fails to determine who is reponsible for death of senior policeman
The Coroner's jury tasked with deciding whether there was criminal negligence in the death of Senior Superintendent Dathan Henry has reached an open verdict.

Coroner's jury to rule on former cop, Dathan Henry's, death
The ruling will come after Coroner Patrick Murphy hands the case over to the seven-member jury, as he has completed his summation.

Gains under PNP neutralised by IMF agreement conditionalities, says political commentator
Political commentator Richard ‘Dickie’ Crawford says the gains made by the Portia Simpson Miller Administration have been cancelled out by adjustments made under the country’s arrangement ...

Study shows women widely discriminated against in African, Caribbean, and Pacific countries
A newly released study on the role of women in advancing sustainable human development in African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) countries has highlighted the prevalence of social and cultural norms ..

Waiting time reduced for persons awaiting cataract surgery
The number of patients awaiting cataract surgery at the Mandeville Regional Hospital in Manchester has now been cut in half.

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