Campbellville man dies in Homestretch Ave crash Brian Mitchell, 36, of Craig Street, Campbellville died last night after an accident on Homestretch Avenue. The article Campbellville man dies in Homestretch Ave crash appeared first on Stabroek News.

Guyanese fashion designer knifed to death in Trinidad A Guyanese fashion designer was yesterday found knifed to death at an apartment in El Dorado, Trinidad, according to the Trinidad Express newspaper. The article Guyanese fashion designer knifed to death in Trinidad appeared first on Stabroek News.

Appeal Court sets aside Donald Rodney’s conviction, sentencing - After nearly 40 years… The Court of Appeal yesterday set aside the 1982 conviction and sentencing of Donald Rodney for unlawful possession of explosives stemming from the bomb blast that killed his brother, political activist and historian Dr Walter Rodney.  The article Appeal Court sets aside Donald Rodney’s conviction, sentencing appeared first on Stabroek News.

COVID victim, 35, to be exhumed after burial by wrong family - -widow says relatives weren’t told to isolate or get tested By Laurel Sutherland The family of a man who died of COVID-19 is now trying to recover his corpse which was mistakenly buried by the family of another fatality. The article COVID victim, 35, to be exhumed after burial by wrong family appeared first on Stabroek News.

Orpheus Johnson admits killing two men, sentencing deferred - -one shot in head in bus, other riddled with bullets while in bed Orpheus Johnson who is accused of killing two men—one whose fiancée and son he also attempted to murder; now faces sentencing after pleading guilty to the various offences when they were read to him yesterday morning. The article Orpheus Johnson admits killing two men, sentencing deferred appeared first on Stabroek News.

KILLER CRASH OMEN Moments before bodies were flung on to the asphalt in a macabre canvas of blood and gore, the driver of an ill-fated Toyota Hiace minibus had been warned of ominous sounds that foreshadowed the carnage that would unfold late Monday morning. The...

Heat on Wright over beating video Under-fire Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) legislator George Wright could face the police as early as today as his party considers denouncing him and as public pressure mounts for him resign from Gordon House. Investigators confirmed on Monday that...

Expiry rush Concerned that the latest batch of COVID-19 vaccines shipped to Jamaica expires today, 20-year-old Hallie Fletcher was not daunted by the large turnout that greeted her at the Twickenham Park Open Bible Church in St Catherine on Monday. The...

Doctors back COVID lockdown extension The Andrew Holness administration is expected to announce today whether it will extend the weekend lockdowns and the halting of face-to-face learning for students preparing for exit exams as COVID-19 hospitalisations and infections soar. Jamaicans...

J’can farmer says volcano worse than hurricanes Jamaicans in St Vincent and the Grenadines have described the eruption of La Soufrière volcano, which has been spewing gas and ash since last week, as a frightening experience. Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Kamina Johnson Smith has...