Kalilah Enriquez

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...

PNP Councillor Charged With Death of Tappa’s Son Granted Bail

The Councillor for the Salt Spring Division in St. James, the PNP’s Sylvan Reid was granted bail, when he appeared in Court this morning. Councillor Reid was...

REPORT: JPS the Most Complained-about Utility Provider

The Jamaica Public Service Company, JPS was the most complained-about utility provider in the last quarter of 2014. That’s according to the quarterly report of the...

EOJ Stays Clear of Portmore Boundary Changes

Director of Elections, Orette Fisher, is distancing his office from the drafting of the contentious Portmore petition. Councilor for the Independence City Division in...

Japn Gives $96-Million to Jamaican Gov’t

The Japanese government has given Jamaica a grant of 100-million Japanese Yen, or about 96-million Jamaican dollars for economic and social development. Japanese...

No Chik-V Coverup – Medical Advocates

President of the Jamaica Medical Doctors Association, Dr. Alfred Dawes, says he has no reason to believe that the Health Ministry is covering up the number of Chik-V...

Two Arrested in Negril Shooting

The police have detained two men for the murder of a woman and the shooting of four other persons in Westmoreland on Monday night. One of the men is awaiting an...

Johnson-Smith Shocked at Slash in Education Budget

Opposition Spokesperson on Education, Senator Kamina Johnson Smith is expressing serious concerns about the 2-point-5 billion dollars slashed from the education budget....

PSOJ Urges IMF to Give Gov’t ‘Breathing Room’

President of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica, PSOJ, William Mahfood, says the IMF may need to give the government some breathing room, to allow it to raise...