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.

JUTC Announces Deployment Of Special Fire Teams Days After 3 Buses Went Up In Flames

The decision was made during an emergency meeting of the company's management today after three of its buses caught fire days apart.

Holness Meets With Seaga, Says He’s In ‘Positive Spirits’

Prime Minister Holness says he and Mr. Seaga spoke about many issues including Jamaica's economy and football.

Jamaican Students In Cuba Impacted by Food Rationing Measure

Cubans are feeling the effects of the Trump administration's tough new sanctions there.

JUTC Says Its Buses Are Safe Despite Two Going Up In Flames Days Apart

But, up to today, the JUTC remains uncertain as to the cause of the fire in both incidents.

Ackee Walk Tense Following Deadly Shooting

Tensions are high in sections of North West St Andrew after gunmen killed one man and injured another in the vicinity of Ackee Walk this morning. Sources say the...

JUTC Bus Catches Fire In Half-Way-Tree

An alleged eyewitness, Kimarley Rowe, described the blaze as 'massive', resulting in a major pile-up in the town.

Water Shortage Disrupts Activities At Rousseau Primary

He says despite several measures to keep the school open, the situation's untenable.

Zacca Embraces National Health Insurance Plan

President and CEO of Sagicor Group, Chris Zacca says the private insurance sector remains fearless as the country inches closer to implementing a National Health...

Bartlett Eyes Long-term Reform for Tourism Sector

Mr Bartlett says the country must take a longer look at preparing a new workforce that will drive Jamaica's growth.

Clarendon Leaders Bat For Rural Transportation System

This follows a major crash in the parish on Wednesday in Frankfield that left 11 students and the driver of the seven-seater vehicle in which they were travelling...