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D’Aguilar Wants to Know What Happened to a UNDP $US300,000 Grant to Help Tivoli Residents

Chairman of the Tivoli Committee Lloyd D’Aguilar has written to the United Nations Development Programme, UNDP, seeking clarity on a 3-hundred thousand US or...

Montague Blasts Petrojam for Increasing Oil Prices

Opposition Spokesman on Energy, Senator Robert Montague, is criticizing the move by the state owned oil refinery Petrojam, to increase the price of gasoline on the local...

Major Fire in West Kingston

A fire broke out today in Pink Lane, West Kingston and sections of Oxford Street. The Member of Parliament for West Kingston, Desmond Mckenzie, says there are...

In St. Catherine and St. Andrew, Some Police Have Defied The Court Injunction

Rank and file members of the Constabulary Force who are represented by the Police Federation, have continued their sick out for a second day, despite the court...

Ja to Review Policy with Caribbean Risk Insurance Fund

Minister for Local Government, Noel Arscott, says the administration is currently reviewing its policy with the Caribbean Catastrophic Risk Insurance Fund, CRIFF,...

Teachers Continue Protesting over Wage Negotiations

Over 20 teachers at the St. Aloysius Primary School on Duke Street in Kingston, today vented their frustration at the slow pace of wage negotiations with the government,...

Survey: More Than 50% of J’cans Didn’t Know Chik V Was Mosquito-borne

Minister of Health, Dr. Fenton Ferguson, says a survey of the Chikungunya crisis last year shows that half the population didn’t know the virus was mosquito borne....

AUDIO: Teachers/Gov’t Reporting Progress in Wage Negotiations

Both sides are reporting progress in wage negotiations involving teachers and the government. The Public Service Minister, Horace Dalley, who is leading the negotiations...

Slash Gas by 20% – Montague

Opposition Spokesman on Energy and Mining Robert Montague is calling on the government to rollback gas supplied by Petrojam by at least 20-percent to bring it inline...

Grade A Government – Atkinson

Attorney General, Patrick Atkinson says the PNP administration deserves a mark of A-plus, for its performance in handling the difficulties facing the Jamaican economy...