- Thieves rob 15 persons of cash and valuables
- Knife attack at high school leads to killing
- Tropical Storm Nate threatens US
- Today is #PINKDAY
- Students suspended for sex video
- NHT to fund $22m homes
The police are reporting that 15 persons, 13 of whom are Chinese nationals, were robbed of cash and valuables worth nearly $3 million on Tuesday. A release from the Corporate Communications Unit (CCU) of the Jamaica Constabulary Force this afternoon said the robbery took place about 9 o’clock in the night on Paddington Terrace in Kingston 6. See full story on The Gleaner’s website.
A 15-year-old male student at the Edith Dalton James High School in the Corporate Area is dead following a knife attack today by another male student. It reported that both students had a dispute which became physical. See full story on The Gleaner’s website.
Tropical Storm Nate formed off the coast of Nicaragua on Thursday and was being blamed for seven deaths in Central America as it spun north toward a potential landfall on the US Gulf Coast as a hurricane over the weekend. See full story on The Gleaner’s website.
Today is PINK DAY, a day set aside by the Jamaica Cancer Society to unite all Jamaicans in the fight against breast cancer and to give HOPE and INSPIRATION to the families battling this disease. In its more than 62 years of leadership in cancer prevention and control in Jamaica, the Jamaica Cancer Society has been at the forefront. See full story on The Gleaner’s website.
A group of students at the St Catherine High School have been suspended following their participation in a raunchy social media challenge, which encourages participants to verbalise the extent that they would go for sexual pleasure.The challenge has provided an outlet for many to rap about their sexual desires and has seen several international celebrities joining the movement, which has gone viral. See full story on The Gleaner’s website.
The National Housing Trust, NHT, which broke ground two weeks ago for the development of Ruthven Towers in Kingston, confirmed that it is willing to fully finance the apartment units, which are projected to range in price up to $22 million each. See full story on The Gleaner’s website.