Lead Stories

  1. Why diplomats, MPs and students waited one hour for Parliament to start
    At the stroke of 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, diplomats, students from Prime Minister Andrew Holness' alma mater St Catherine High School, and other guests were seated in the gallery of Gordon House to hear his contribution to the Budget...
  2. Markus regrets harsh comments, but urges Buju to be better father
    Despite a gesture of reconciliation towards Buju Banton, his son Mark Myrie Jr has implored the dancehall star to be a better father. The two were allegedly involved in an altercation two days before Banton’s major Long Walk to Freedom concert at...
  3. Poll says businesses affected by roadworks should be compensated
    The results of an RJRGLEANER-commissioned Don Anderson poll revealing that 72 per cent of Jamaicans believe that businesses should be compensated for losses incurred as a result of major road projects now under way in the Corporate Area, have found...
  4. Scammers use WhatsApp hoax to lure recruits to Up Park Camp
    An apparent scam forced the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) yesterday to accommodate the registration of thousands of young people from across the island who responded to a WhatsApp hoax that was being circulated. Daily, the JDF invites 80 to 120...
  5. MOE being audited amid claims of corruption
    The Education ministry is one of two state agencies that are now the subject of separate performance audits being conducted by the Auditor General’s Department (AGD). The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is the other agency. The audits, according...