The Financial Investigations Divisions ( FID) and the Narcotics Division of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) teams collectively seized over $6 billion in 2022 from individuals involved in various financial crimes.

Seventy-five years ago, a ship landed at Tilbury Dock near London, carrying more than 800 passengers from the Caribbean to new lives in Britain.

MANCHESTER housewife Kacey-Ann Roxanne Blair, who has been charged with the murder of her husband, Constable Damien Blair, is to undergo a forensic psychiatric evaluation.

Thursday, 22 June 2023 13:18

SOEs declared for St James, Westmoreland

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States of Public Emergency (SOE) are now in effect for the parishes of St James and Westmoreland.

THE CASE involving Matthew Hyde, the university student who reportedly held his girlfriend captive in his dorm room and tortured her with a hot clothes iron, has been transferred to the Home Circuit Court for mention on September 14 after a parish judge found that he has a case to answer.

Thursday, 22 June 2023 10:23

JUTC to get 50 new buses by month end – Gov’t

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The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) is set to receive a boost to its fleet with the addition of 50 new buses, 45 diesel and five electric, by the end of this month.

Thursday, 22 June 2023 10:17

Jahshii questioned by cops and released

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Dancehall artiste Jahshii was grilled by detectives at the Constant Spring Police Station and released on Wednesday afternoon.

A police manhunt is on to capture eight prisoners who escaped from the Black River police lock-up early this morning.

THE fatal shooting of Major Bonnie Paul Williams on Thursday morning has rocked members of the medical fraternity and the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF), who expressed appreciation for his significant contribution to nation-building and the impact he had on the lives of many people.

ACCUSED fraudster Jean Ann Panton was remanded in custody for another six months to allow investigators more time for the submission of crucial files related to the major fraud at Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL).

Former Police Commissioner, Owen Ellington, is to be recommended to Cabinet to become the new board Chairman of the Transport Authority (TA).