A man charged with torching his sister's house in March 2015, killing his niece and two nephews, on Tuesday hurled death threats and insults from the dock in the Supreme Court upon learning that his wish to withdraw his guilty plea just ahead of his sentencing could result in further complications.
MONTEGO BAY, St James — Painting a picture of tourism stakeholders across the globe uniting against the common enemy that was COVID-19, Sandals Resorts International Executive Chairman Adam Stewart on Tuesday appealed for that collaborative spirit to continue.
MONTEGO BAY, St James — Immediately after his finance minister enticed potential investors to set up operations in Jamaica, Prime Minister Andrew Holness strengthened the Government's message that the island is the perfect place to do business as his Administration's strong fiscal management has created buffers to cushion economic shocks.
MONTEGO BAY, St James — The Government says it will table, by next March, legislation paving the way for Jamaica to attract increasingly wealthy, job-generating billionaire investors lured by a transparent incentive package.
UN News – Most of the globe was drier than normal in 2021, with “cascading effects on economies, ecosystems and our daily lives”, the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Tuesday.
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — A top Qatari official involved in the country's World Cup organisation has put the number of worker deaths for the tournament "between 400 and 500" for the first time, a drastically higher number than any other previously offered by Doha.
KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) — Eleven years after he appeared in an undated video saying that had he not changed his life he would have ended up like his father, who was executed for murder, a High Court has found a 50-year-old man guilty of murder and seven other charges.
Amazing Concrete Finishes Limited on November 26 opened its long-awaited second location in Montego Bay, St James.
MINISTER without portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister Floyd Green has warned that Jamaica's current system of multiple identifiers is vulnerable to identity theft and other cybersecurity attacks, suggesting that this can be avoided by the implementation of a single approach such as the national identification system (NIDS).
Youth parliamentarians on Monday proposed an amnesty and a house ownership initiative as solutions to the long-running problem of squatter settlements developing across Jamaica.