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Chief Executive Officer of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica, Dennis Chung, economist, Ralston Hyman, And Vice President of Government Affairs at Scotia Bank, Wayne Henry

Economists Hail Lowering of Primary Surplus Target

Financial analysts are hailing the lowering of the primary surplus target as a potential boost for generating growth in the economy. The International Monetary Fund,...

Dalley Meets Families of Dead Babies

Health Minister, Dr. Horace Dalley, has met with the families of eight babies who died during a bacterial outbreak at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the University...

CCJ Debate Resumes on Sour Note

Opposition Senators returned to returned to the upper house today. This as the debate continued on the three bills to establish the Caribbean Court of Justice as...

Forum Bridge Closed

The National Works Agency, NWA ,is reporting that effective today, the Forum Bridge on Port Henderson Road in Portmore will be closed for the next three months. They say...

Shaw Questions Minister’s Confidence in Health Sector

Opposition Spokesperson on Finance Audley Shaw, is criticizing a senior member of the Portia Simpson Miller cabinet, for facilitating the birth of his child abroad. Mr....

Authorities Monitoring Bacterium Outbreak at KPH

The South East Regional Health Authority, SERHA, says it’s closely monitoring three cases of the multi-drug resistant bacterium, Acinetobacter, that has been...

‘Jamaicans Tired of Portia’s Promises’ – Pollster

Noted pollster, Don Anderson, says Jamaicans have grown disenchanted with repeated assurances from the Simpson Miller administration that economic growth is on the...

CCJ Best Route to Appealing Buggery Law

Justice Minister, Senator Mark Golding, says if the three Bills to entrench the Caribbean Court of Justice in the Jamaican constitution fail to pass in the upper house...

Police Seek Witnesses in DC’s Murder

The Major Investigation Task Force, MIT, is appealing to members of the public who can assist in bringing to justice those responsible for the murder of District...

Golding Receives Privy Council Letters

Justice Minister, Senator Mark Golding, says he’s now in receipt of two pieces of correspondence between the previous JLP administration and the Judicial Committee...