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St. Catherine Student charged, allegedly caught selling bullets at school

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) has confirmed that a male student of Enid Bennett High School in St. Catherine has been arrested and charged with illegal possession of ammunition. He was nabbed on the school compound during Sports Day activities on January 31. Sources told Our News Team that the …

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JDF Military Base On Lockdown After 2 Weapons Go Missing

The military base of the Jamaica Defence Force, JDF, is on virtual shutdown, as a result of two weapons gone missing. Chief of Defence Staff at the JDF, Lt Gen Rocky Meade told Nationwide News that entry and exit to the base is being confined as search intensity for the …

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Alleged render of the Google Pixel 5 XL leaks with a unique triple-camera setup

In the last month or so, we’ve seen a couple (1 • 2) of leaks that revealed what we might expect from Google’s upcoming mid-range Pixel phone: the Pixel 4a. Although it seems far too early to be talking about the Google Pixel 5, welp… here we are. We are getting a …

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St James murder accused escapes police custody

The Barnett Street Police in Montego Bay St James have launched a manhunt for Lexroy Vaz, of Wells Lane, Sandy Bay, Hanover, who escaped police custody early yesterday, Friday, February 14. Reports are that about 5:20 am Vaz, who was charged with murder, forced open a section of the cell …

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Local Phone Lines To Help With Registration of J’cans In China Goes Unanswered

Local phone lines announced to help with the registration of Jamaicans in China go unanswered today as the coronavirus outbreak continues to batter sections of China.  It’s unclear the total number of Jamaicans in the CoVid 19 hit China at this time who remain unaccounted for and two numbers issued …

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Brown-Burke Appeals For End To Violence In Maxfield Park Area

South West St Andrew MP, Dr Angela Brown-Burke is appealing for an end to the violence in the Maxfield Park Area. Her call follows what she describes as a recent upsurge in violence along Maxfield Avenue despite the imposition of a State of Public Emergency in the St Andrew South …

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Chaos At Criminal Records Office

There were chaotic scenes today at the Constabulary’s Criminal Records Office in downtown, Kingston. Scores of people vented their anger this afternoon because of what they’re describing as poor service delivery at the records office. Late last year, the Jamaica Constabulary Force temporarily suspended the services offered by the CRO …

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Bernard Lodge Project Advances Despite Criticism

The government says the Greater Bernard Lodge Development Master Plan is designed to transform Portmore and other sections of St Catherine into a smart city.  Minister without portfolio in the Economic Growth and Job Creation Ministry, Daryl Vaz, announced the next phase of the project at a media conference at …

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Spice Visits Vybz Kartel In Prison

Incarcerated dancehall deejay Vybz Kartel received some special visitors yesterday when Spice and his right-hand man Sikka Rhymes dropped by. Sikka Rhymes posted a picture to his Instagram with the caption: “Di Gaza Vice President And Di Queen Of Dancehall @spiceofficial Went To Visit Di President @vybzkartel Today.”Spice Kartel is …

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Gov’t Ramps Up Water Distribution Efforts Islandwide

Local Government Minister Desmond McKenzie, says the government is ramping up efforts to distribute water to communities across the island, experiencing drought conditions. He is also warning private truckers to get certified and operate according to protocols. Desmond McKenzie, Local Government Minister. He was speaking last evening at Local Government …

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