Kalilah Enriquez

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...

Hylton U-turn on N-SIPP after Flip-Flopping

Industry, Investment and Commerce Minister, Anthony Hylton has made a u-turn on the purpose of the N-SIPP registry. He’s now saying that legislators never intended...

Hylton was ‘Unaware’ of N-SIPP Search Registry

The Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Anthony Hylton, says it was never the intention to allow open access to people’s private records on the N-SIPP...

PNPYO President Calls for Holness to Resign

President of the People’s National Party Youth Organization, Alrick Campbell, says Opposition Leader Andrew Holness should resign. The call follows the recent...

Bruce Tells Enquiry About His Relationship with Dudus

Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding  testified this morning that he personally knew Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke and had spoken with him on several occasions. He says...

Golding Says He Didnt Instruct Lightbourne to Sign Extradition Request

The former Primer Minister, Bruce Golding, took the stand this morning as the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry resumed its sittings. His, is a highly anticipated...

$335M Is the Maximum Amount to be Spent on the West Kingston Enquiry

335-Million dollars… That’s the final and maximum amount that will be spent by the government on the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry, according to...

Mario Deane’s Case Delayed

Outstanding information in the Mario Dean case has once again prevented the case against the two accused from moving on in the St. James Resident Magistrate’s...