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CMU Chairman Resigns with Immediate Effect

The fallout from the scandal gripping the Caribbean Maritime University, CMU, is intensifying. The Chairman of the university’s governing body, its Council, Dr....

Four Killed In Weekend Accident Along North Coast Highway

At least four people died and others are seriously injured following a vehicular crash along the Falmouth section of the North Coast Highway yesterday. Police reports...

Curfew Imposed In Big Lane, St. Catherine

A curfew has been imposed in Big Lane, Central Village, St. Catherine until 6 this evening. The curfew began at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday. The boundaries of the curfew are...

Former OUR Director, J. Paul Morgan Is Dead

Former Director of the Office of Utilities Regulation, J. Paul Morgan has died. He passed away yesterday. Mr. Morgan was a founding member of the OUR. He had over 40...

Women Finding Work At Almost Twice The Rate Of Men – STATIN

Women are finding work at nearly twice the rate of men, as Jamaica records historic reductions in unemployment. The Statistical Institute of Jamaica’s...

AG Raps Ministries Of Education, Transport Over Failure To Properly Audit CMU

Auditor General Pamela Munroe-Ellis says neither the Ministry of Education nor the Ministry of Transport, which had oversight of the Caribbean Maritime University, CMU,...

Mottley Warns Against US Attempt To Divide CARICOM As Pompeo’s Visit Nears

CARICOM Chairman and Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley is warning against what she sees as an attempt by the United States to divide CARICOM. US Secretary of...

PNP Scouts Candidates For 5 Constituency

As Jamaica gets closer to an election, PNP General Secretary, Julian Robinson, says the party still lacks standard bearers in approximately five constituencies including...

Warmington Challenges Auditor General Over Veracity Of Report On Farm Road Rehabilitation

South West St. Catherine MP, Everald Warmington, today challenged the veracity of Auditor General, Pamela Munroe Ellis’ report on the rehabilitation of farm roads....

Jamaica Import Bill Spiked For First Nine Months Of 2019, Reaching $US4.8 Billion

Jamaica’s Import bill increased for the first nine months of 2019 when compared to the corresponding period for the previous year, while overall exports for the...