Kalilah Enriquez

PSOJ Comes out in Support of State of Emergency

The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, PSOJ, is the latest group to come out in support of the State of Emergency. The PSOJ had earlier this month expressed concern...

Police Take Zero-Tolerance Approach to St James Crime

The Police have announced a zero-tolerance approach to crime in St. James, in the wake of yesterday’s declaration of a State of Public Emergency in the parish....

UPDATE: PM to Officially Declare State of Public Emergency in St James

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is expected to begin a press conference at Jamaica House in a few moments. He’s expected to announce that a State of Public Emergency...

National Security Ministry Partially Cancels Contract with O’Brien’s International

The Ministry of National Security has partially cancelled the contract with O’Brien’s international to provide used cars for the police. Permanent Secretary...

Half of Jamaican Businesses Expecting a More Profitable 2018

Almost half of all businesses say they expect to be much more profitable this year than last year. That’s according to the latest Business and Consumer Confidence...

Economy Ends 2017 with 5.2% Inflation

Jamaica ended the calendar year 2017 with inflation at 5.2-percent. That’s according to the Consumer Price Index Bulletin, released yesterday by the Statistical...

Investigators Still Probing Cause of Fire at Walker’s Place of Safety

Authorities have yet to determine the cause of the fire that destroyed the Walker’s Place of Safety on Lyndhurst Crescent in Kingston early this morning. Two...

Time for Quallo to Walk, says Two Retired Cops

Two retired senior policemen say Police Commissioner George Quallo should resign from the JCF’s top job. Keith “Trinity” Gardener, who served as...

Govt Has NO Room to Offer Public Sector Workers More; EPOC Co-Chair

Co-Chair of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee, EPOC, Keith Duncan, says the government doesn’t have enough fiscal room to offer public sector workers more...

JMD Ends 2017 Strong

The Jamaican dollar ended the year stronger than it started. It’s one of only a handful of times this has happened in the country’s history. The Jamaican...