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Four Fishermen Rescued in Colombian Waters Return Home

Four of 28 Jamaican fishermen rescued by the Colombian Coast Guard returned home on the weekend, with the remaining men expected to return during the course of this...

Holness Urges Opposition to Support Extension of Security Measures

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is urging the Opposition to support a further extension of the States of Public Emergency in light of the significant gains from the...

Chuck Promising Changes to Tackle Bomb Threat Hoaxes

Justice Minister, Delroy Chuck, says changes are coming at the nation’s courts to tackle false bomb threats which have inconvenienced the judicial process. The...

Police Used Cars ‘Re-Assigned’ to Admin

Approximately 60 pre-owned vehicles handed over to the police as part of what’s been called the ‘Used Cars Scandal’ have been reassigned to...

‘Trinidad Can’t Afford to Ignore PetroTrin’s Problems’ – Rowley

Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. Keith Rowley, says his country cannot afford to continue ignoring the issues plaguing the State-owned oil company, Petrotrin....

BOJ Holding Policy Interest Rates at 2%

The Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) says it’s to hold the policy interest rate offered on overnight placements at two percent. This decision reflects the Bank’s assessment...

Jackson Defends ‘Green Bike’ Protest, Amid Backlash

Scores of Jamaicans are lambasting Opposition Spokesman on National Security, Fitz Jackson, for his comments regarding the colour of the new motorcycles provided to the...

Govt to Help Displaced St Elizabeth Cane Farmers after Estate Closures

Agriculture Minister, Audley Shaw, says the Government is seeking to determine what assistance it may give to workers who’ve been displaced from the Holland and...

Jason Keats Hall Appointed Ambassador to Mexico

Former Deputy Director of the Jamaica Tourist Board, Jason Keats Hall, has been appointed as Jamaica’s new Ambassador to Mexico. Minister of Foreign Affairs,...

‘Heed Teachers’ PEP Concerns’, says Thwaites

Opposition Spokesman on Education and former portfolio Minister, Reverend Ronald Thwaites, says the government should heed concerns being raised by the Jamaica...