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INS and the fear of being robbed again may have forced the mother of the three children who were burnt to death in a fire at West End in Negril on Friday morning to lock her home tightly. It was the same locks that held the children inside causing
Chad Bryan, Star Writer A domestic dispute left a couple dead and their house destroyed by fire in the Bushland community of Orange Bay, Hanover, on Sunday afternoon. Dead is 32-year-old Ricardo 'Ricky' Hylton, a fisherman, and his hairdresser wife,
ET Police say a Canadian vacationer has died after jumping off seaside cliffs in a western Jamaican beach town and hitting rocks. The Jamaica Constabulary Force on Wednesday identified the dead tourist as 26-year-old Taylor Rankine.
Christopher Serju, Gleaner Writer A group of hoteliers yesterday journeyed from Negril, Westmoreland, to the Corporate Area to draw attention to what they say is a misguided government plan to build two breakwaters along the tourist resort's famous
Williams, Contributor Negril Beach, seven miles of white sand straddling the parishes of Hanover and Westmoreland at the western end of the island. It is the pulsating centrepiece of the 'Capital of Casual', to where people from all over the globe go,
Writer An incident of suspected larceny at a hotel in Negril, Westmoreland, is now the subject of an investigation by detectives at the Negril Police Station...Monday, foreign guests at the hotel had left their room door open when a number of
Travel facts Seven nights staying at Beaches Negril Resort & Spa costs from 1,935 per adult and 959 per child. Price includes Luxury Included (all-inclusive) accommodation, return flights and resort transfers.
The police say they are adopting a zero-tolerance approach to individuals and companies that are not correctly certified to operate watercraft on and they are keeping a keen eye, on especially those in tourist districts such as St Ann and
The Westmoreland police say the man identified as a person of interest in relation to the death of a United States visitor in Negril last week has not reported to them. Paul Hanson, otherwise called 'Oneil' of Green Island, in the neighbouring parish
Karrie Williams, Gleaner Writer Western Bureau: The man the Negril police took into custody yesterday in connection with the death of American tourist Tomas Torres Castillo, who was killed in a jet ski accident on Tuesday, was released without charge