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Engineer on Money Laundering & Corruption Charges Denied Bail

An operations engineer at the government-owned, National Energy Solutions Limited, NESOL, Lawrence Pommells has been denied bail. He’s been remanded in custody...

Final Sitting of Grade 4 Literacy & Numeracy This Week

The final Grade Four Literacy and Numeracy tests will be administered today and tomorrow. The competency tests will be replaced by the Primary Exit Profile, PEP. PEP is...

CISOCA Fumbles Investigation into Sexual Abuse of 4-yr-old

The Constabulary’s Centre for Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse, CISOCA, is admitting its officers in St. Ann committed serious breaches in their...

Paul Hoo Appointed New PetroJam Chairman

Prominent businessman, Paul Hoo, has been appointed as the new Chairman of the state-owned oil refinery, Petrojam. Mr. Hoo is a co-founder and former Chairman of Supreme...

International Banks Now Able to do Business with PetroJam

Foreign Affairs Minister, Senator Kamina Johnson-Smith, says international banks and creditors are now able to do business with Petrojam without fear of being...

Holness Insists JLP Isn’t Anti-CARICOM

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is rejecting what he says are suggestions in the public domain that the governing JLP is reluctant to have Jamaica continue in CARICOM. Mr....

Ina Hunter Freed of Charges

Commissioner of Corrections, Ina Hunter, was today freed of charges that she breached the Public Health Act. Hunter was freed in the St Catherine Parish Court when the...

Paulwell Calls for Bahado-Singh’s Resignation from PCJ

Opposition Spokesman on Energy, Phillip Paulwell is calling for former Chairman of the Petrojam Board, Dr. Perceval Bahado-Singh to also step down from the Petroleum...

‘Time for Jamaica to Move On’, says IMF Resident Rep

The IMF’s resident representative to Jamaica, Dr. Constant Lonkeng Ngouana, says it’s time for the country to move on from the multilateral institution....

Chief Justice Extends Injunction as JAS Election Row Continues

Chief Justice Bryan Sykes has extended an injunction against the Presidential election of the St. Andrew chapter of the Jamaica Agricultural Society, JAS. The injunction...