Nationwide Newsnet

US Embassy Serves GOJ with ‘Hard Evidence’ Re Caricel

Nationwide News understands that the Jamaican government has been provided with what a senior government official is describing as ‘hard evidence’,...

US Embassy Cancels Visas of Two Caricel Lawyers

The opposition to the government’s decision to grant telecoms provider, Caricel, a spectrum license, has taken a dramatic new turn. Nationwide News can report that...

Professional Boxers to Compete at Olympics

The Amateur International Boxing Association has cleared the way for professionals to compete at the Olympics. General Secretary of the local governing body, Leroy...

UWI Mona Committed to Govt’s Growth Target

The University of the West Indies, Mona is committing to help the government in achieving its economic growth target. Principal of the UWI Professor Archibald McDonald...

‘Don’t Blame Commissioner!’ – Bunting

Opposition Spokesman on National Security, Peter Bunting, says it’d be unfair to place all the blame for Jamaica’s high murder rate entirely on Dr. Williams....

PNP ‘Gravely Concerned’ About Change of Agency Bosses

The Opposition People’s National Party (PNP) is accusing the governing Jamaica Labour Party of removing a number of professionals from critical government...

Police Insist They’re On Top of Spanish Town Crime

Head of the Constabulary’s Corporate Communications Unit, Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, is insisting the police are on top of the crime situation in Spanish...

High Command Promises Security Overhaul After Marine Police Boat Theft

A comprehensive security plan has been developed to protect Marine assets across the island. That’s the assurance from Assistant Commissioner of Police Assan...

Health Ministry Explores Outsourcing Some Services Offered

The Health Ministry is currently exploring the idea of outsourcing to private medical practitioners some services now offered in the public health system. Health...

‘Old Cholera Cemetery’ Lands Safe – Tufton

Health Minister, Dr. Christopher Tufton, is seeking to put to rest, fears of possible health risks associated with planned developments on the old Cholera cemetery lands...