Chevon Campbell

Major Health Sector Crisis Looms; Doctors Say No Confidence in Permanent Secretary

The conflict between Jamaica Medical Doctors Association and the Ministry of Health has taken a dramatic turn. Today, the JMDA said it had lost confidence in the...

Manhunt Launched to Find Man Responsible for St. Ann’s Double Murder

The police have launched a manhunt for the man they believe is responsible for last Saturday’s brutal killing of a man and a teenage girl in Claremont, St. Ann....

Holness Wants Immediate Reform of NHT

Opposition Leader, Andrew Holness, is accusing Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller of failing in her mandate to protect the hard earned investments of Jamaicans in the...

NCB Records $5.4B in Profits Last Year – 3% Decline in Year to Year Comparison

National Commercial Bank (NCB), recorded a net profit of 5-point-4 billion dollars for the first six months of its current financial year which ends in September. This...

Business Confidence Up – Mahfood

President of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, PSOJ, William Mahfood, says he’s personally observed that business confidence is growing steadily, and...

McKenzie Writes AG to Investigate Irregularities at NSWMA, Hanover Parish Council

Opposition Spokesman on Local Government, Desmond McKenzie, has written to the Auditor General requesting that she investigate financial irregularities at the National...

Gas Prices At 5-months High

The prices at the pumps will rise to their highest level in five months this morning… Petrojam is increasing the prices for 87 and 90 Octane by 1-dollar and...

Prominent Attorney, Jade Hollis, Taken Into Custody

Officers from the Counter Terrorism and Organized Crime Branch (CTOC), arrested and prominent attorney Jade Hollis, with four counts of fraudulent conversion earlier...

Thwaites Urges Schools to Crack Down on Students Smoking Ganja

The Ministry of Education is urging schools to crack down on the use of ganja by students. Education Minister Ronald Thwaites says he has received startling accounts of...

UTECH Students Paid Tuition With Fraudulent Credit Cards: MOCA Investigating

The Major Organised Crime and Anti Corruption Agency (MOCA) has been called to investigate a major case of credit card fraud at the University of Technology Jamaica....