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100% Rural Electrification Coming for St. Thomas – Paulwell

Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell, has promised that Eastern St. Thomas will be the first constituency outside of the corporate area, to achieve 100 percent coverage...

Harsher Penalties Coming for Cyber Crimes

Tougher penalties for cyber crimes are coming, as the Senate today passed 17 amendments to the new Cyber Crimes Act of 2015. The Act addresses the use of computers for...

‘Dont Tax BPOs’ – Wheatley

Opposition Spokesman on ICT, Dr. Andrew Wheatley says the move by the government to impose a Corporate Income Tax on players in the growing Business Process Outsourcing...

Unions Toughen Stance on Job Cuts

The President of the Bustamante Industrial Trade Union, Senator Kavan Gayle, says public sector job cuts must be a last resort, even as he acknowledged the...

PSOJ Wants Economic Continuity

The President of the PSOJ, William Mahfood says private sector and civil society groups have written to the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader seeking assurances that...

Campaigns in Limbo

General Secretary of the governing Peoples National Party, Paul Burke, says the business community need not fear as the party will be tapering off election campaigning...

Confusion over Political Ombudsman Appointment

The leader of Government Business in the House, Phillip Paulwell, has conceded that a new appointment was made to the Office of the Political Ombudsman, despite the...

Inhumane Passenger Practices!

The Transport Authority is warning route taxi operators, to desist from transporting children in the trunks of motor cars, or face prosecution. The Transport Authority...

Utech Students, Staff & Community Unite For Shanique Walters

Students and staff of the University of Technology, UTech, along with residents of Mona and Hope Pastures, mounted a march and candlelight vigil last evening in memory...

Civil Servants Threaten Protests Next Week

The Acting President of the Jamaica Civil Service Association, JCSA, Robert Chung, says travelling officers are prepared to take to the streets next Monday, to press the...