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Senators Decry Attack in Nice

Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Minister, Senator Kamina Johnson-Smith, says Jamaica stands with the people of France in their time of grief. Minister Johnson Smith...

‘Rogue Cops Undermining JCF’, says Former Commissioner

Rogue members of the JCF who’re working with criminals are undermining the efforts of the force to fight crime in St. James. That’s the assessment of former...

HIV Infection Up in the Caribbean

HIV infections among adults in the Caribbean have risen by 9-percent . That’s according to a new report released by the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS. The...

Govt Establishes Reparations Council

The Government has announced a National Council on Reparations. Culture Minister, Olivia Grange says the Council will replace the previous reparations committee....

$800m to Sugar Cane Road Programme

Agriculture Minister Karl Samuda says the Government will be spending close to $800-million to rehabilitate sugar cane roads across the country. The Minister was...

Police Warn Gun Owners Against Irresponsible Storage

The police are again reminding legal gun owners not to leave their weapons in cars or in safes at home without adequate security, for prolonged periods of time. They say...

Holness Strengthening Relationship with World Bank

Jamaica is strengthening its relationship with the World Bank. Prime Minister Andrew Holness and World Bank Country Director, Sophie Sirtaine, hosted a high-level...

Tax Admin Exceeds Collection Targets

Preliminary figures show that the government has collected more taxes than expected for the first quarter of this fiscal year. Tax Administration Jamaica, TAJ, says...

Montego Bay’s Most Wanted

The Police in St. James have released the names of the 12-most wanted men in the Parish. The men are wanted for various crimes including murder and shooting. Three of...

Alpha Student Expresses Gratitude for National Support

The 15-year old student of the Convent of Mercy of Alpha Academy, who was shot in the head while on her way to school in a taxi last week, is extending gratitude to the...