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Former assistant commissioner with responsibility for crime, Ian Queeley, is the new commissioner of police in St Kitts and Nevis. In a radio and television national address on Tuesday, prime minister and minister of national security, Dr Timothy Harris, announced the appointment of a new Police High Command, with Queeley as the top cop.

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Although all the categories of serious and violent crimes have been on a decline locally, Jamaica still records some of the highest crime stats worldwide.

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The Ministry of Health disclosed today that the three latest confirmed cases of the Zika virus have occurred in women who are pregnant.

The latest results from the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) bring the number of confirmed cases to seven.

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Digicel has a new Chief Executive Officer. He is Conor Looney, who will lead Barbados’ number one telecommunications company into its next stage of development.

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Two people were killed early Saturday when separate fires raged through two houses in the Bronx early Saturday — the blazes less than three blocks apart, witnesses and fire officials said.

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Eighteen year old Kareem Nathaniel Abbott a Vincentian national appeared at the Magistrates’ Court in The British Virgin Islands and pleaded guilty to stealing a cell phone.

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Star Trackers Track & Field Club will be hosting the Baker Concrete/Greyco Ltd. 13th “Star Performers Track Classic 2016”, on Saturday, February 6th

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