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Alleged Cop Killing Criminal Taken Out

Written by on 13 June 2020

Yesterday was an emotional roller coaster for the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) and many people in Jamaica. In the morning two police officers lost their lives and two others were seriously injured during a police operation at a residence in Horizon Park, Spanish Town, St. Catherine in which they encountered heavily armed men. The incident […]

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Three Burnt Bodies Found in St. Thomas

Written by on 8 June 2020

It has been reported that on Saturday, June 6, at around 3.30 pm, an abandoned rental vehicle (a Nissan Latio) was discovered in the Pear Tree River community along the roadway between Pear Tree River and Bowden by the vehicle’s owner. Information provided indicates that the vehicle had been rented to Kimani Ayusah Taylor, 28 […]

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Accident Causes Power Outages in St. Thomas

Written by on 6 June 2020

It has been reported that a flat bed truck collided with a concrete JPS pole at the deep corner at Louden Hill Pond Side. The accident caused major damage and as a result power was lost today at 5pm in Yallahs Square, Baptist, Knightsville, Louden Hill, and in all the areas on Yallahs Main Road […]

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7 Persons in Prison, without Trial, Each for 40+ Years Says INDECOM

Written by on 4 June 2020

According to the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) there are at least 7 persons who have been kept behind bars for 40 or more years without being convicted of any crime. The number falls amongst 146 persons in prisonafter being accused of different crimes. They are being held at the discretion of the court or […]

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Minister of Labour and Social Security Shahine Robinson Has Died

Written by on 29 May 2020

At the age of 66 years old, the Minister of Labour and Social Security Shahine Robinson has passed away. She had been constantly in and out of hospital whilst battling lung cancer. The member of parliament, who represented the St. Ann North Eastern Constituency, had for some time been missing from work, parliament and other […]

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Digicel has Operating Profit of $479 Million but is Filing for Bankruptcy

Written by on 29 May 2020

Digicel is filing for bankruptcy in order to restructure $2 billion dollars. The exercise is not expected to affect the operations of the company which does business in 20 islands in the Caribbean, Central America and Oceania. In the financial year ending March, the Digicel Group earned $2.3 billion and had operating profits of $479 […]

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St. Thomas Renaissance Foundation and the Canadan Friends of St. Thomas Donate a Million Dollars to the 2020 COVID-19 Relief Fund

Written by on 15 May 2020

East 96.7 Fm had the privilege of being present as the Saint Thomas Renaissance Foundation, on Thursday May 14, 2020, presented a check of one million Jamaican dollars to the “Together we stand 2020 COVID-19 relief fund.” The relief effort initially was commenced with a telethon on Sunday April 12, 2020 that was the brain […]

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Businesswoman Shot at Home in St. Thomas

Written by on 14 May 2020

A businesswoman had to be hospitalized today after being shot at her residence in Duhaney Pen this morning. Police have reported that a mask wearing man entered her yard asking for her husband. Reportedly, the businesswoman questioned the man as to why he wanted to talk to her husband. A businesswoman remains hospitalised after being […]

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Man and Son in Morant Bay injured in Home Invasion

Written by on 11 May 2020

Over the weekend there was a home invasion in the community of Cottage Pen in Morant Bay. The police report that a cane vendor and his son were at home around 10 o’clock on Saturday when three armed men entered their abode demanding money. The men were wearing masks. It is report that a struggle […]

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