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Beware of ‘Water Commission’ Scammers!

The National Water Commission is warning customers to be on the lookout for scammers posing as NWC workers. It’s understood that the scammers are going to...

Police Killings Down 10.5%

The Independent Commission of Investigations, INDECOM says last year Police fatal shootings of civilians dipped below 100 for the first time in sixteen years. The...

Jamaican Women At-Risk for Zika

Jamaicans are particularly vulnerable to the mosquito borne Zika virus, due to the high prevalence of Non Communicable Diseases, NCDs, among the adult population....

Pickersgill Blasted for Lifting Stop Order

The CEO of the Jamaica Environment Trust, JET, Diana McCaulay, has criticized a decision by Environment Minister, Robert Pickersgill to lift the Cessation Order...

Bureaucracy is Stifling Investment, Holness says

Opposition Leader, Andrew Holness, says despite several reforms over the past few years, there remains too much bureaucracy in the business environment. Addressing...

$250m Wasted on Preparing for ‘Phantom Elections’

Leader of Opposition Business in the Upper House, Senator Tom Tavares Finson, says the Electoral Office of Jamaica, EOJ, spent approximately $250-million, to prepare for...

‘List Govt Enterprises on Stock Exchange’ – Holness

Opposition Leader, Andrew Holness, is calling for several state owned enterprises to be listed on the Jamaica Stock exchange as a means of promoting transparency and...

LGBT Jamaicans Want Out

A new report suggests that 74-percent of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender, LGBT Jamaicans, have considered leaving the country due to concerns over their sexual...

Residents Protest Police Killing of an “Innocent Man”

Dozens of Denham Town residents today demonstrated at the entrance to the Golden Heights Apartment Complex, protesting what they say is the killing of an innocent man by...

JPS Turns to PowerChina for Old Harbour Plant

The Power Construction Company of China, Power China, has been selected as the preferred bidder to construct the 190 Megawatt Power Plant in Old Harbour St. Catherine....