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Govt Senator Bats for PetroJam Forensic Audit

Government Senator Don Wheby, is supporting the call for a full forensic audit of Petrojam to cover a period of no less than five years. His call comes after the damning...

States of Emergency Collapse after Opposition Withdraws Support

In a move that shocked the nation, the extensions of the States of Public Emergency across the island collapsed in the House of Representatives yesterday evening. This,...

Holness Blasts Opposition for Voting Down SOE

Prime Minister Holness, in closing the debate on the emergency powers resolutions hit back at the Opposition for acting in what he sees as an unbalanced manner. He says...

Amended Road Traffic Bill Passes in Senate

After a two-week delay, the Amended Road Traffic Bill has been passed in the Senate and is now on its way to being gazetted. Leader of Government Business in the Upper...

Dalton Victorious! Jamaican Wins XFactor UK 2018

Congratulations continue to pour in for Jamaica’s Dalton Harris who won the talent competition X Factor in the United Kingdom on Sunday. Harris has won a one...

Wigton Windfarm IPO Set for March 2019

The Wigton Windfarm initial public offering on the Jamaica Stock Exchange is expected to be listed in March 2019. That’s according to General Manager of...

IMF Still Concerned about Financial Sector Stability Reforms

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) remains concerned about Jamaica’s implementation of financial sector stability reforms. In it’s latest executive board...

NWC to Leave Road Works to the Experts

President of the National Water Commission, NWC, Mark Barnett, says the NWC will be leaving road repairs to the experts. There’ve been several complaints from the...

NWC to Address $19.5b Pension Liability Through Reform

The National Water Commission (NWC) is moving to address a pension liability of $19.5-billion through comprehensive reform. The update was given by NWC President, Mark...

Opposition Blasts Committee Decision Against Hearing SOE Detainees

The Opposition caucus of the Internal and External Affairs Committee of Parliament are up in arms after the government majority voted against their calls to have...