Neika Lewis

Neika Lewis is an award-winning journalist with over 7 years of experience across radio, tv and the print media. A CARIMAC alum, Neika copped the Prime Minister’s Youth award for journalism in 2017. Her reporting on a Jamaican pilot incarcerated in Qatar in 2015 led to his release. Neika hunts for human interest stories.

Human Traffickers Are Using Cryptocurrencies, The Dark Web To Hide Their Trail – Police

Local authorities are citing a number of emerging trends and challenges in tackling Human Trafficking. Among them the use of Crypto Currencies such as bit coins by...

Munroe Lauds Steps to Reform JCF, Shutdown the Mobile Reserve

The Executive Director of the National Integrity Action, NIA, Professor Trevor Munroe is welcoming steps by the Executive and the leadership of the Jamaica Constabulary...

Munroe Says Jamaicans Have Dangerously Low Levels of Trust in Nation’s Institutions

The Jamaican people now have dangerously low levels of confidence and trust in the fundamental institutions including the Justice system, the Parliament and the police...

Human Traffickers Target Jamaican Teens

The report also indicates that victims are generally females between the ages of 13 and 18.

St. Lucia Quarantines Cruise Ship Over Measles Case

Measles arrived in the Caribbean on a cruise ship yesterday! And, St Lucia’s Health Minister, Mary Isaac is refusing to name the Caribbean island that the cruise...

Jamaica Now Retains 41¢ of Every $US1 Spent, A 36% Increase Since 2016 – Bartlett

Tourism Minister, Ed Bartlett, says Jamaica’s now retaining approximately 41-cents of every US dollar spent in the country’s tourism sector. He says...

Holness Fires Back At Hanna Over Claims Jamaica Sidelined Venezuela in Multilateral Vote

Opposition Spokesman on Foreign Affairs, Lisa Hanna is again accusing the Andrew Holness administration of deviating from its core values and taking a flip-flop approach...

Petrojam Defends Pricing Mechanism As ‘Transparent’ & ‘Accurate’

Petrojam says minutes are now being recorded and sent to the Ministries of Finance and Science, Energy and Technology.

Holness Wants Evolution of Business Class in Jamaica

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says there’s a need for an evolution of the business class in Jamaica. The Prime Minister says the mistrust between members of the...

JUTC Woes Caused By Several Factors, Says Company Managing Director

Mr Abrahams also admits that it's the inability of the JUTC to provide sufficient bus seats that has resulted in the influx of route taxis.