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Less then 1% of Stations Selling Bad Gas

The Chairman of the Bureau of Standards Jamaica, BSJ, Professor Winston Davidson, says less than 1-percent of all gas stations across the island, are still selling bad...

Davies Probes Stalled NMIA Divestment

Transport Minister, Dr. Omar Davies, says he has instructed an Enterprise Team to conduct a thorough review of the lack of interest in the divestment of the Norman...

More Pro-Pryce Protests to Come

Supporters of the governing People’s National Party in North East St. Elizabeth are reportedly planning more protest action in the constituency, as they continue...

Gay Squatters Return to Camp

A group of gay men who turned an open lot beside the Canadian Embassy on West Kings House in Road in St. Andrew, into a makeshift camp, have returned to the location,...

Holness Laments Portia’s Poverty Record

Opposition Leader, Andrew Holness, says the Simpson Miller administration is guilty of swelling the ranks of the poor since it took office in January 2012. Mr. Holness...

Undernourished Athletes

Many children being pushed to represent their schools in various sporting disciplines are undernourished! That’s according to the Executive Director of the Jamaica...

NWC Warns Against Land Scam

The National Water Commission, NWC, says it has received reports that unscrupulous persons have been claiming to sell land on its behalf. The illegal land sale is...

Aussie Legend Calls for Global Ban for Gayle

Australian cricket legend Ian Chappell has called for a worldwide ban on Jamaica and West Indies batting star Chris Gayle. This over his controversial TV interview with...

Bump in UK Winter Visitors

Tourism officials expect a 16-percent increase in visitors from the United Kingdom for this winter tourist season, when compared to last year. The projection is based on...

NIR Up for December

The Bank of Jamaica says the country’s Net International Reserves, NIR, stood at USD$$2,437,000,000 at the end of December this year. That’s an increase of...