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The Bustamante Industrial Trade Union (BITU) is accusing China Harbour Engineering Company Limited of union busting.
The debate in the Upper House on proposed changes to the Evidence Act was brought to a screeching halt today after some legislators raised concerns that one of the suggested amendments would place ...
Players in the petroleum sector have agreed to suspend the blame game as it relates to the pricing of fuel pending a meeting scheduled for next week Thursday.
The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona this afternoon closed its case in the lawsuit brought against it by former director of the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Training Network (CHART) ...
One of the men has been identified as Michael Morgan otherwise called Tulus, of Job Lane in the parish.
- JPS Developing Electricity Theft Application The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) says it is working on a digital application to detect electricity theft. The company says last year, it lost more than US$18 million because of fuel costs the company could not recover as a result of... Read More
- Buju Banton loses appeal A Florida Appellate Court has thrown out an appeal by incarcerated Reggae artiste Buju Banton. Banton filed an appeal to have his conviction overturned on the grounds that a juror had deliberately disregarded a judge’s order not to study any... Read More
- David Smith to be extradited to US after time spent in Turks and Caicos Law enforcement officials in the Turks and Caicos Islands are getting ready to have former Olint boss David Smith extradited to the US. Smith was released from jail in Grand Turk yesterday. His 30-year sentence will run concurrent to the prison time... Read More
- US$42-m community development project to begin in PM's constituency Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller yesterday launched the US$42-million Integrated Community Development Project (ICDP) to provide a range of social service interventions, including after-school education and recreation projects, and minor... Read More
- Jamaica end CONCACAF Under-20 with only two points Host nation Jamaica finished the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship with a disappointing two points following a 0-0 draw against Aruba in the final Group ‘A’ fixture last night. Despite dominating possession and chances, the young Reggae... Read More
- London hosts coalition talks Foreign ministers from 21 countries are meeting in London to discuss ways to co-ordinate their efforts to combat the jihadist group Islamic State. They are looking at providing more military assistance to those fighting IS on the ground, and more... Read More