Monday 22nd January, 2018

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Jamaica Sees Record Tourist Arrivals for 2017

- A record 4.3 million tourists visited Jamaica last year. And according to Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett, that's a 12.1 per cent increase over arrivals ...


Windies' cricketer leaves U-19 World Cup part way

Barbados [West Indies], Jan 21 (ANI): West Indies wicketkeeper Joshua Persaud has left the ongoing Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand after his mother's demise.Persaud's ...


Hotelier says Mobay now safest in years - Bartlett: Gov't action not arbitrary

As Jamaica comes to grips with the fallout caused by travel advisories and the calling of a state of public emergency in St James, the ...


NIA partners with justice institute to train cops

Gavin Tench (left), political counsellor and head of the Press and Public Information Team at the European Union, discusses the new sentencing guideline for gun ...


A servant of the people - Enid Bennett hailed for being trailblazer in politics

The coffin with the remains of the late Member of Parliament for St Catherine West Central Enid Maude Bennett enters the St Helen's Catholic Church ...


Walker's had comprehensive safety plan, says child agency

Gladstone Taylor/ Photographer Members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force and Jamaica Fire Brigade in dialogue while at the Walker's Place of Safety last Tuesday....


Grange calls for greater support for pregnant teens

Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sports Olivia Grange urged Jamaicans yesterday not to turn their backs on pregnant teenagers, or teenage mothers. Grange w


Young & dangerous - Teenage gangsters driving up the crime rate

A 14-year-old boy was among 58 teenagers arrested and charged with murder last year as juveniles figured prominently across Jamaica as either the perpetrators or ...


Munroe backs state of emergency but urges ... 'Remember the lessons of 2010'

Gavin Tench (left), political counsellor and head of the Press and Public Information Team at the Europen Union's mission in Jamaica, with Professor Trevour Munroe, ...


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