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Barrett Wasn’t Killed by Cops; INDECOM

The Independent Commission of Investigations, INDECOM, says it has completed its probe into the death of Police Constable, Lynden Barrett and has found no evidence to...

PetroJam Strike

Workers at the state owned oil refinery, Petrojam, are currently on strike, in protest at what they say are deplorable working conditions at the company. The workers,...

‘Misused; Not Misappropriated’ – Kellier

Agriculture Minister, Derrick Kellier, says the $665-million previously reported as unaccounted for at the National People’s Co-operative Bank, was in fact...

‘Cops Killed Them’: #WKgnCOE

A member of the Jamaica Defence Force today testified that he believes two men were shot in cold blood by masked Police personnel during the May 2010 operation inside...

Brace for More Droughts

President of the National Water Commission, Mark Barnett, says despite intermittent rainfall over the past few weeks, supply to the main catchment areas in the Corporate...

‘Soldiers Killed Handcart Man’: #WKgnCOE

A resident of Tivoli Gardens, Leleith James, testified today testified before the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry that she witnessed soldiers fire at an injured man,...

Creary Remanded

Forty-eight year-old businessman and political activist Don Creary, was remanded in custody when he appeared before the Corporate Area Criminal Court this morning....

DBJ Provides $20bn in Loans

The Development Bank of Jamaica has provided over $20-billion in loans to various enterprises over the last three years. That’s according to Account Executive at...

‘Audit Sugar Transformation Programme’ – Shaw

Opposition Spokesman on Finance and Planning, Audley Shaw, is calling on the Auditor General to conduct an audit of the Sugar Transformation Programme. In making the...

Cuba a Tourism Opportunity; Not a Threat

President of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association, Nicola Madden-Greig, says the normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba, is an opportunity...