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Postponing Major Projects Could Impact Growth Projections

The Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) says its projected growth rate in the economy could be impacted by the postponement of major infrastructural projects and adverse weather...

Phillips Calls for Investigation into Oceana Sale

Former Finance Minister, Dr. Peter Phillips, says he’s asked the Auditor General to investigate the sale of the Oceana Hotel in Downtown Kingston. [audio_mp3...

JUTC Marketing Manager Sacked

The state owned bus company, Jamaica Urban Transit Company, JUTC, has fired its Marketing and Communications Manager, Clinton Clarke. JUTC Managing Director, Paul...

Chinese National Convicted of Multiple Bootleg Charges

A Chinese national was convicted in the Falmouth Resident’s Magistrate Court on Friday, for breaching the Trademark and Excise Duty Act. He’s 38-year-old Shi...

Masterbuilders Highlight ‘Worrying Trend’ in Hotel Construction

The Incorporated Masterbuilders Association of Jamaica, IMAJ, is this afternoon pointing out that there’s a pattern emerging of sections of buildings under...

NEPA & Hanover PC Under Fire after Royalton Collapse

The National Environment and Planning Agency, NEPA, and the Hanover Parish Council are this afternoon coming under fire from the Negril Chamber of Commerce, NCC over...

TODSS Orders St Thomas Cabbies Back to Work

President of the Transport Operators Development Sustainable Services, TODSS, Egeton Newman is calling on taxi operators in Western St. Thomas to return to work. Taxi...

‘Get Out of the Construction Business’ – CaPRI to NHT

The Caribbean Policy Research Institute, CaPRI, is recommending that the National Housing Trust, NHT relinquishes the construction of houses to private sector. This as...

Family of Dead Cop to Challenge INDECOM Ruling

The mother of the police constable, Kemar Beckford who was shot dead in Hanover last year by a Police Inspector, says she will be asking the judicial review court to...

Principal’s Association at Ease with Govt’s Auxiliary Fee Policy

President of the Association of Principals and Vice Principals, Linton Weir says his members are in a much more comfortable place now with the Education Ministry’s...