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Prime Minister Urges Unions Against Antagonism toward Pension Reforms

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has responded to threats by trade unions that they’ll fight his administration’s plans to reform the public sector pension...

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Fitz Jackson Determined to Push Through Amendments to Banking Services Act

The Member of Parliament for South St. Catherine, the PNP’s Fitz Jackson, says he’ll not be swayed by opposition from the Banker’s Association in the...

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‘No More Govt Crowding Out of Private Sector’; Wynter

Bank of Jamaica Governor, BOJ, Brian Wynter has declared that the era of government crowding out private sector investment has come to an end. Mr. Wynter was speaking at...

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#DeathSquadTrial Update

A Detective Inspector this morning told the Court that shortly after two men were controversially shot in Clarendon in February 2010 he ordered Constables Collis...

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Elderly Man Charged with Peter Abrahams’ Murder

A elderly man has been charged with the murder of of veteran public commentator, author and journalist, Peter Abrahams. Charged is 61-year-old Norman Tomlinson. Head of...

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CIBC & Ten Habitat Team Up to Support Start-Ups

CIBC First Caribbean has partnered with a non-profit organization, Ten Habitat to support local and regional start-up businesses. First Caribbean says it will be...

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Taxi Operator Charged for Nile Brown’s Murder

Twenty-one year old taxi operator Shamar O’meally has been charged with the murder of former employee of Burger King, Nile Brown. O’meally was charged last...

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Major Breakthrough Expected in Nile Brown Murder Investigation

The St. Thomas police say they’re expecting to make a breakthrough soon in their investigation into the killing of former employee of Burger King, Nile Brown. Ms....

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CCJ Blocks Application Seeking Compensation for Tommy Lee’s Denial of Entry to Dominica

The Caribbean Court of Justice, CCJ, has blocked an application by a Dominican show promoter, Cabral Douglas, against his country for refusing entry to Jamaican...

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Shortwood Principal Found Guilty of ‘Causing Death by Dangerous Driving’

The 55-year-old Principal of Shortwood Teachers College, Dr. Christopher Clarke, has been found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving in the St. Catherine Circuit...