Kalilah Enriquez

Obama & Raul Castro to Dialogue at Summit of the Americas

President Obama will travel to Panama for the Summit of the Americas, after leaving Jamaica on Thursday. It will be the first Summit attended by Cuba, which recently...

Sportsmax’s Acquisiton of NBA Games Angers Fans

Some NBA fans are complaining that they’re unable to watch the popular basketball league on cable. That’s because cable operators have blocked the games from...

Tufton, Williams Welcomed Back in Parliament

Arthur Williams and Dr. Christopher Tufton walked back into Gordon House today as Senators, after a year and a half away from the Upper House. Their return was welcomed...

Seaga: Holness should take the Senate Letters Matter Privy Council

Former Prime Minister and JLP leader, Edward Seaga, says Opposition Leader Andrew Holness should take the Senate letters matter to the UK based Privy Council. Speaking...

CARICOM Complaints Form to Help Alleviate Travel Woes

Jamaicans and other CARICOM nationals now have a simple way to file complaints when they encounter problems such as moving freely within the region. A complaints form is...

Cheshire Village Residents Angry Over Police Killing

Residents of Cheshire Village in Eastern St. Andrew are livid this afternoon, after police shot and killed a man in his yard yesterday. The man has now been identified...

PS in Agriculture Ministry Denies Mismanagement of Cane Expansion Fund

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Donovan Stanberry, says there’s nothing underhand about the management of the 1-point-7 billion dollar Cane...

Major MOCA Operation Targets Tax Cheats

The Major Organized Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency, MOCA, and the Revenue Protection Division, RPD, are at this hour conducting a major operation targeting tax cheats...

Simpson-Miller Urges Jcan’s in Bahamas to Get Legitimate

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller is urging Jamaicans living in the Bahamas to ensure they are there legitimately. This, as new immigration regulations in the Bahamas...

Kellier Defends Govt’s Decision to Grant Work Permits to Mexican

Labour Minister Derrick Kellier is today defending the government’s decision to grant work permits to 1-hundred-and-10 Mexican construction workers employed at the...