6 Things You Need To Know Today – September 10, 2015


  1. Tivoli Shocker – West Kingston Commission Of Enquiry To Hear From Soldiers Who Claim Cops Killed Unarmed Civillians. Three Jamaica Defence Force soldiers, who have reportedly come forward with explosive allegations that they saw police personnel kill unarmed civilians in Tivoli Gardens during the May 2010 operations, will be allowed to tell their story before the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry, informed sources have revealed… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  2. MoBay Crying Out For Supporting Services. President of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce, Gloria Henry has bemoaned the lack of commerce-related state agencies within the western city, which she says is hampering the start-up of new businesses and stifling established enterprises in western Jamaica… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  3. Major Irregularities Uncovered At PC Banks. There could be a major shake-up at the National People’s Co-operative Bank of Jamaica Limited (NPCB) next week, as an audit done by its oversight body – the Agricultural Credit Board (ACB) – has uncovered serious irregularities at the institution which offers loans to micro, small and medium-scale enterprises, including farmers… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  4. Hylton Prepares Seaview Gardens For Logistics Hub. West St Andrew Member of Parliament Anthony Hylton has announced plans to create a workforce college in Seaview Gardens as part of a thrust to prepare the people to benefit from logistics-related activities… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  5. Creary To Seek Bail In Rape Case. Attorney Tom Tavares Finson says he will be making a bail application when his clients Don Creary and Shaneke Williams appear in court on sex charges… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  6. Boyz Were Certain Of Goal – Mattocks. National striker Darren Mattocks, who has scored in his last four internationals, including both legs of the Boyz’s two-way World Cup qualifier against Nicaragua which ended with the second-leg in Managua on Tuesday night, said when they saw five minutes remaining on the clock their hopes of a comeback had dried up… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com