6 Things You Need To Know Today – September 22, 2015


  1. Tivoli Bombshell: Cops Killed Unarmed Men Bound In Detention Area – Soldier. The tribunal probing the conduct of the May 2010 security operations in Tivoli Gardens yesterday heard bombshell testimony about how two policemen, without provocation, fatally shot two unarmed young men while they were bound and seated in a detention area, before marching a third man to a nearby house… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  2. Who Are The Funders? Campaign Financing Bill To Be In Parliament Next Month. With a general election expected in a few months, the calls for legislation governing campaign finance reform are getting louder… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  3. Searching For The Truth In 11-Year-Old’s Death. There are conflicting reports coming out of preliminary investigations by the Child Development Agency (CDA) and those at the helm of Prickly Pole Primary and Infant School in Bensonton, St Ann, following the sudden death of an 11-year-old student at the institution last Friday… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  4. NPCB Former Chairman Echoes Call For Forensic Audit At The Bank. Former chairman of the National People’s Cooperative Bank, Bernal V. Neil, has added his voice to the call by opposition spokesman on finance, Audley Shaw, for a forensic audit into the operations of the institution that provides loans to farmers and micro, small and medium enterprises… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  5. Don’t Neglect Sustainable Developmenmt Goals-CaPRI Report Urges Caribbean Leaders. When heads of government meet at the United Nations later this week to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the organisation, they will also be signing a declaration to usher in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com

  6. FLOW To Deliver Boyz WC Qualifiers. After securing the broadcast rights, FLOW’s vice-president of marketing and products, Carlo Redwood, has promised cutting-edge delivery of Jamaica’s CONCACAF semi-finals round World Cup qualifiers and sought to alleviate fears with plans for wide-scale viewing opportunities for non-subscribers… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com