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‘More Work to Be Done to Improve Early Childhood’ – Holness

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says additional work needs to be done to ensure that more Early Childhood Education Institutions meet the Quality Assurance Mechanism...

Police Summer Camp Aims to turn Youngsters from Crime

The Area One Police are trying to steer youths in western Jamaica away from crime by engaging them in a youth summer camp. Community Safety and Territorial Officer for...

Postal System Being Manipulated by Drug Trade

Post Offices across the island are being used as a transit point for the illegal drug trade. That’s according to Director of Cargo Imaging at the Jamaica Customs...

Under-Invoicing Hampering Customs Dpt

Director of Cargo Imaging at the Jamaica Customs Agency, Kingsley Henry says under-invoicing is posing a major challenge to the Customs Department. Persons have been...

JUTC Drivers Back to Work

Drivers at the Jamaica Urban Transit Company, JUTC’s Spanish Town depot have resumed work after going on strike this morning. The drivers took the action after the...

Returning Residents Furious with Customs

The President of the Jamaica Association for the Resettlement of Returning Residents, Percival LaTouche is threatening to lead a protest tomorrow outside the offices of...

Holness Sues 18 Degrees North

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has made good on his threat to file a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Television Jamaica, Radio Jamaica Limited and the owners of the...

JN Working to Minimize Correspondent Banking Crisis

Government Relations and Public Policy Executive at Jamaica National, Oneika Miller, says the company is taking measures to minimize the impact of de-risking on...

‘Only Coal Can Save Alpart’ – Davis

Coal is the only feasible option for a 1000-megawatt power plant being contemplated for the new owners of bauxite alumina company, Alpart. So says former Chairman of the...

Three Farmers Perish in Salt Pond Cave

The Police have found the bodies of three farmers who were trapped in a cave since yesterday. The bodies were discovered this afternoon. The farmers, all men, are from...