Kalilah Enriquez

National Security Ministry & DPP to get Additional Attorneys

Justice Minister, Delroy Chuck, says the Ministry of National Security will soon be hiring 20 lawyers to help police investigators complete case files. The Justice...

Legislation to Provide for Prosecutorial Appeals Coming in January 2018

Justice Minister, Delroy Chuck, will bring legislation to Parliament early in 2018 that will allow prosecution the right to appeal acquittals. He admits a delay in...

Vandals Target FLOW Cables in St James

Criminals have again vandalised Flow’s fibre network, this time in the Meadows of Irwin, a community in St. James. Flow says the community has suffered from recent...

Woman Connected to Gun Shipment is Former Employee of PNP Councilor, Michael Troupe

The People’s National Party, PNP, is this morning admitting that the 119 guns recently found at the Miami International Airport, were to be shipped to a former...

Montague Defends Used Car Policy; Blames O’Brien’s Int’l for Fiasco

Minister Montague, says the National Security Ministry has already called up the first of two bonds put up by car dealer, O’Brien’s International. The...

Chang Meets in China for Working Visit

The Minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Dr Horace Chang, is on a working visit to China this week. A statement from the...

Montego Bay Clean-Up Begins Following Massive Flooding

The cleanup in downtown Montego Bay has begun, a day after massive rain and flooding in the western city. Mayor of Montego Bay, Homer Davis, says he’s already...

Prime Minister Promises NIDS won’t Deny Access to Heathcare

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he’ll look into a concern that people could be denied access to health services and benefits if they don’t present a...

Danny Roberts Urges New Approach to Govt Wage Negotiations

Co-Chairman of the Public Sector Transformation Oversight Committee, P-STOC, Danny Roberts, is urging a different approach to the ongoing wage negotiations between the...

New Coffee Regulations Aim to Boost Local Production

Imported coffee packaged and processed in Jamaica will now have to be blended with at least 20-percent Jamaican coffee beans. It’s part of the new coffee...