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AUDIO: Samuda Rips into Hylton; Says He Lacks Cojones to Run Ministry

Opposition spokesman on Industry and Investment, Karl Samuda, has launched a broadside against portfolio Minister, Anthony Hylton, calling for him to be sacked over what...

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US Gov’t Sends Senior Gay Rights Activists to Jamaica

The United States government has sent two of its most senior gay rights advocates to Jamaica. They arrived yesterday and are expected to leave on Saturday. The visit...

Opposition leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar speaks during the closing campaign rally of the United National Congress (UNC) political alliance ahead of parliamentary elections in Port of Spain May 22, 2010. Trinidad and Tobago will hold general elections on Monday 24. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)

Victory for Kamla!

Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar last night declared victory following the Integrity Commission’s termination of its emailgate investigation. She says the...

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Pickersgill to Address Cockpit Country Mining

Environment Minister Robert Pickersgill is expected to deliver a statement shortly, following discussions with government agencies and stakeholders in the bauxite...

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Canada Suspends Trade Negotiations with CARICOM

Canada has suspended trade negotiations with CARICOM. The decision temporarily halts five years of discussions towards a new deal to replace the CARIBCAN agreement...

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Prominent Attorney Don Foote Arrested and Charged

Prominent Attorney Don Foote is the latest member of the legal profession to be arrested and charged with fraud. Foote was interviewed yesterday by Fraud Squad...

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CCJ President on Parliament’s vote

The President of the Caribbean Court of Justice, Sir Dennis Byron, says Jamaica will be setting an example for the rest of the Caribbean if its parliament were to pass...

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Private Sector Groups Wants Gov’t to Review 10% CET on Petroleum Products

Local businesses and manufacturers are calling on the government to review the 10-percent Common External Tariff, CET, imposed on imported petroleum products. According...

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Salary Deductions for SERHA Staff Yet to Be Paid Over to Financial Institutions

Doctors, nurses and other workers employed to the Southeast Regional Health Authority, SERHA, are still waiting for some of their salary deductions to be paid over to...

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Dawes Says No Personal Issue with PS, Kevin Harvey

The Jamaica Medical Doctors Association, JMDA, may be open to returning to the task force examining a possible shift system for doctors. A statement today from JMDA...