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Six members of parliament (MPs) from both sides of the political divide could soon face legal charges for breaches of Jamaica’s anti-corruption laws. Case files for all six lawmakers have already been referred to Director of Corruption Prosecution...
1 New Economic Growth and Job Creation Ministry will ensure that investments are rapidly facilitated to avoid government obstacles and duplication or working at cross purposes. This ministry will cultivate public-private partnerships to bring...
Daniel Farquharson would have celebrated his 60th birthday today. But unforeseen tragedy claimed his life. The pig farmer and mechanic died yesterday afternoon from injuries he sustained in the massive explosion that destroyed Heaven’s FESCO gas...
Four years after he led the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) to the thinnest electoral majority in the country’s political history, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has significantly improved his national standing and is now being viewed as “the country’s...
A report that is now before the Integrity Commission has seemingly made a number of “adverse recommendations” involving key players in the multimillion-dollar scandal that was uncovered at the state-owned oil refinery, Petrojam. But according to...
- Future monarch photographed A beaming Prince William and his wife, Kate, have shown their newborn baby boy to the world. Kate carried the future monarch outside St Mary's Hospital in central London Tuesday so he could be photographed by the waiting press. The photos... Read More
- Pauwell to turn on the lights Minister of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Phillip Paulwell will on Wednesday, July 24 at 6:30pm switch on lights in the communities of Goshen and Well’s Bottom Road, St Elizabeth, that have been electrified under the Rural Electrification... Read More
- landing gear cancels flight in NY Close to 120 flights at LaGuardia airport in New York, USA have been cancelled following a rough landing by a Southwest Airlines flight yesterday. Runways have been opened however passengers have been warned to expect delays following a landing gear... Read More
- Curfew imposed on the McGregor Gully A curfew has been imposed on the McGregor Gully community of the Kingston Eastern Division commenced at 6:00 pm Monday, the police have reported. The curfew will continue until Thursday. The boundaries of the curfew are north along Robert Avenue... Read More
- JATOO flat tax issues The Jamaica Association of Hackney and Contract Carriages, has taken issue with an attempt by another taxi association, to have the recently announced flat tax for transport operators delayed. The Jamaica Association of Transport Owners and... Read More
- 17 year old cross-dresser chopped and stabbed to death A 17-year-old Cross-Dresser was chopped and stabbed to death at a River party in Irwin, St.James this morning. The teen whose identity was not released was dancing with a male when a woman at the party recognised him and told persons at the party... Read More