• York Castle High student Joel Lyn gets Osmond Tomlinson scholarship for 2016

    13 year old York Castle High School student Joel Lyn is this year’s recipient of the Osmond Tomlinson scholarship for high school students in St. Ann. The
  • Heavy rains cause flooding on Montego Bay and Ocho Rios

    Heavy rains over the past few hours resulted in flooded roadways in Montego Bay and Ocho Rios today (Aug 27). In Ocho Rios, traffic crawled at a snail’s
  • Police name persons they are seeking in relation to flare up of violence in Area 4

    The Area Four police have listed a number of persons responsible for the flare up of violence in the division. Acting Commissioner of Police in Charge of
  • Beenie Man Apologizes For Album Delay

    The self-proclaimed King of the Dancehall Beenie Man has used his social media platform to apologize to fans who are currently experiencing a delay while
  • Sizzla’s US Tour Receives Fight From Gay Rights Group

    After an eight year ban from the United States, reggae entertainer Sizzla is finally back on US soil for a 3 month long 876 US Tour. Sizzla who has always
  • US Open: Brown to face Raonic while Serena opens against Makarova

    Former Jamaican tennis player Dustin Brown will open his account at the US Open with a match against big serving Canadian Milos Raonic in the first round
  • Leon Bailey to make Europa League debut on September 15

    Jamaican winger Leon Bailey will get his first taste of European action when his Belgian team KRC Genk play away to Austrian opponents SK Rapid Wien on
  • JCF Members get Body Cameras in Corporate Area

    Policing in Jamaica has been given a boost with the rolling out of body cameras in 20 divisions in the Corporate Area. The 120 body cameras, acquired
  • Transport Ministry Says No Increase in Toll Rates

    Transport Minister Mike Henry says motorists will not be faced with an increase in toll rates come September 3. In a release this afternoon, Mr Henry says
  • American swimmer Ryan Lochte charged

    Brazilian police have charged American swimmer Ryan Lochte with filing a false robbery report over an incident during the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
  • New sprint queen Elaine Thompson speeds to victory in Lausanne

    Elaine Thompson underlined her new status as the sprint queen of athletics by winning the women’s 100 metres at a Diamond League meeting in Lausanne on

POLICE PUBLIC ADVISORY: ALL ISLAND BLACK OUT

by August 27th, 2016
POLICE PUBLIC ADVISORY: ALL ISLAND BLACK OUT
Members of the public are being advised to be very cautious and to drive carefully on the roads, especially when approaching major

JPS working to restore power following all island black out

by August 27th, 2016
JPS working to restore power following all island black out
The Jamaica Public Service (JPS) has started restoring power supply to customers, following an all-island outage. The cause of the

US Open: Brown to face Raonic while Serena opens against Makarova

by August 26th, 2016
US Open: Brown to face Raonic while Serena opens against Makarova
Former Jamaican tennis player Dustin Brown will open his account at the US Open with a match against big serving Canadian Milos Raonic

Leon Bailey to make Europa League debut on September 15

by August 26th, 2016
Leon Bailey to make Europa League debut on September 15
Jamaican winger Leon Bailey will get his first taste of European action when his Belgian team KRC Genk play away to Austrian opponents

Funeral Date Set for D’Angel’s Father

by August 26th, 2016
Funeral Date Set for D’Angel’s Father
The service of thanksgiving to celebrate the life of the late Noel ‘Clive’ Downer the father of female dancehall sinjay Michelle

Beenie Man Apologizes For Album Delay

by August 26th, 2016
Beenie Man Apologizes For Album Delay
The self-proclaimed King of the Dancehall Beenie Man has used his social media platform to apologize to fans who are currently