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“The rule of law is alive and well in Jamaica,” Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn said today in response to the ruling by the Privy Council in the Trafigura case. Jamaica’s highest court ruled this morning that...

President of the People’s National Party (PNP) Mark Golding says he’s looking forward to the closure of the Trafigura bribery case as the Privy Council this morning ruled that five party functionaries should testify in open court in the...

Jamaica on Sunday recorded four more COVID-19 fatalities, pushing the tally to 727. The deceased are an 81-year-old woman from Clarendon, a 73-year-old female from Kingston and St Andrew, a 67-year-old man from St Catherine, and a 43-year-old male...

Staff members at the Four Paths Primary and Junior High School in Clarendon are still trying to come to grips with the gruesome murder of their colleague, grade-three teacher Nattalie Dawkins. Dawkins’ body was exhumed from a shallow grave in...

Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) said it is aware of the current oversupply of cabbage within the marketplace, and the growing concerns for other vegetable crops. It will continue with the Mobile Farmers Markets/Buy-Back Programme to...

For families who earn their living on a day-to-day basis, planning for the lockdown weekends that were imposed by the Government to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus was a daunting task. It is for this reason that Food for the Poor Jamaica...

The mounds of solid waste and the burn marks along both sides of the section of the Sandy Gully bridge which separates the inner-city communities of Waterhouse and Drewsland in West Central St Andrew, bear testament to the manner in which residents...

A 14-year-old girl, who is suspected to have ran away from her Cottage Pen home in St Thomas, has left her mother, Maria Bryan, in a state of anxiety. The mother of three told The Gleaner that she has not been able to sleep or eat since Tuesday,...

Farmers in Trelawny are set to benefit from a US$7,000 grant, which is in collaboration between the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) and The University of Technology (UTech). Parish Manager Courtney Taylor disclosed the information...

When Long Pond Sugar Factory in Trelawny closed down operations five years ago, 30,000 acres of sugar lands became idle. Efforts have since been made to lease the lands to different entities. Sugar Company of Jamaica was allotted 3,600 acres, while...
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