Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica Gleaner

Latest news from Jamaica Gleaner national news source

  1. Police investigators are narrowing down on key employees at the Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) in an expanding corruption probe at the scandal-hit agency, which remains without a board.The Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency (MOCA)...
  2. Unscrupulous individuals are endangering the lives of persons at the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) as they steal the covers of manholes and parts of the wheelchairs used to transport patients.A fuming CEO of the hospital, Errol Greene, last...
  3. Congratulations!That was the sentiment from Ronald Thwaites, opposition spokesman on education, as he joined Education Minister Ruel Reid in lauding the 2.5 percentage point increase in the Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC)...
  4. Police Commissioner George Quallo, whose leadership the public defender has said is "severely compromised", is fighting back and is now saying he has support for his stance on the controversial Tivoli review report from the two unions representing...
  5. Jamaicans are being asked to brace for thunderstorms and potential flooding as the country could experience heavy rainfall associated with the outer bands of Tropical Storm Harvey.The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management and the...
  6. Senior superintendent of Police Steve McGregor wants Jamaicans to make a greater effort to get to know their neighbourhood crime-fighters and socialise with them. It is a strategy he is convinced will go a far way in improving the relationship...
  7. The Embassy of Spain in Kingston will open a condolence book in observance of three days of mourning following the tragic terrorist events that left 13 people dead and hundreds injured on Thursday in Las Ramblas, Barcelona."In the aftermath of the...
  8. WESTERN BUREAU:Jamaica's tourism officials are placing special focus on the UK diaspora market as the country positions itself to surpass its greatest Caribbean competitor, Barbados."The diaspora represents 11 per cent of all arrivals and, globally...
  9. Ten persons are now being treated at the St Ann's Bay Hospital after they were stuck by lightning at the Mystic Mountain tourist attraction in St Ann on Friday afternoon.Managing Director of the attraction, Mike Drakulich, confirmed the incident. He...
  10. A judge yesterday rejected a claim by well-known medical doctor Jephthah Ford that he offered a police investigator millions of dollars to release two Surinamese men and the $55 million they were held with because he was trying to help root out...

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