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Fitzgerald JeffreyHigh Commissioner for the Republic of Trinidad and TobagoOn behalf of the government and people of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the high commission wishes to express its deepest and heartfelt sympathy to the family and...
A former law-enforcement officer and a prominent player in the local legal system have thrown their support behind the idea of Government giving serious consideration to the use of digital technology to facilitate video recordings of witness...
Western Bureau:Before his sudden death yesterday, Brian George was leading one of the most significant projects at the National Health Fund (NHF) - to deliver prescription drugs through private pharmacies surrounding the country's public hospitals."...
That fewer than 15 per cent of the academic staff at the University of Technology (UTech) have obtained advanced degrees continues to be a concern for former president, Professor Errol Morrison."There is a big difference in standards - that is, what...
The University of Technology's appearance before the Public Administration and Appropriations Committee revealed a number of short-comings in its operations. Today, we begin an exploration of what is needed to address the concerns impacting the...
- Another win for Atkinson in Singapore Jamaica's two-time Olympic finalist Alia Atkinson secured her second victory in two days on the Singapore leg of the FINA Short Course World Cup on Saturday. Atkinson produced another super swim to win the 50 metre breaststroke in 28.91 seconds... Read More
- Man held for cocaine bust at Norman Manley International A man has been taken into custody following the seizure of 5½ pounds of cocaine at the AJAS Cargo Warehouse at the Norman Manley International Airport on Thursday. The cocaine was found in a shipment of ground provisions destined for the... Read More
- National Library of Jamaica to be upgraded Plans to upgrade the National Library of Jamaica to facilitate the growing catalogues and collections created by local artistes and historians are to be undertaken by the Government. The disclosure was made by Culture, Gender, Entertainment and... Read More
- Hunt for rich Super Cup begin today with four matches The third-edition of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup knockout football competition begins today with four games at two venues. At Sabina Park, Excelsior will play Ocho Rios High at 5:00 pm, while Wolmer’s Boys will tackle Little London at 7:00 pm.... Read More
- JetBlue To Launch Flights From US To Cuba Next Month JetBlue airline is to start daily round trips between New York's John F Kennedy International and Cuba’s Jose Marti International, Havana come November 28. The airline will be the first US carrier to bring scheduled service to Cuba after... Read More
- Section of Manchester Infirmary abandoned for safety concerns A section of the Manchester Infirmary has been abandoned because it is deemed unsafe. The building, which is over 100 years old, is no longer fit for persons to live in. According to the matron, Vivienne Grant, its occupants have been removed to a... Read More