PHILADELPHIA, CMC – The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency says it seized over 12 pounds of cocaine on a flight from Jamaica on Thursday at Philadelphia International Airport.

A Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) soldier is believed to have drowned during training at the National Stadium pool in St Andrew on Thursday.

The Ministry of Science, Energy, and Technology will be receiving funding to strengthen Jamaica’s cybersecurity framework.

Following the resignation of Government senators Leslie Campbell and Natalie Campbell-Rodriquez from the Upper House, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has recommended the appointment of two new members to the Senate.

Thursday, 11 May 2023 16:17


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One lucky Supreme Ventures Lotto player hit the $49 Million jackpot on Wednesday May 10, 2023!  This is the third time the jackpot is being won this year. 

The Jamaican economy is enjoying unprecedented growth and is poised for further development, according to Christopher Levy, group president and chief executive officer of the Jamaica Broilers Group.

KINGSTON, Jamaica - A police constable accused of physically assaulting a man and breaking his jaw, may be stuck paying millions in restitution.

Wednesday, 10 May 2023 11:45

Judges get double whammy!

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THE country's judges are set to see their salaries increase significantly as of this month as the finance ministry has accepted the recommendation from the 10th Independent Commission of the Judiciary.

Wednesday, 10 May 2023 10:49

Gov't looks to revive and expand railway service

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The Government is exploring a number of avenues, including multilateral partnership, to revive and expand the country's rail service, especially from Kingston to Spanish Town, and from Old Harbour to Spanish Town, St Catherine that would move thousands of commuters daily.

TRANSPORT and Mining Minister Audley Shaw on Tuesday confirmed that the Government is considering a possible fare hike for the transport sector.

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced that $1 billion will be provided in the next budget to support the development of small, community-based water projects as part of drought mitigation measures.