Tyrone Reid

Tyrone Reid is a multi-award winning investigative journalist, Jamaica’s Journalist of the Year for 2015 and a two-time United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Caribbean Media Award recipient. Reid is undoubtedly in enviable company as his investigative works have been awarded in print, television and radio. He is also the journalist who has won the most individual awards from the coveted Jamaica Broiler’s Group Fair Play Awards. Reid is currently the News and Current Affairs Editor at Nationwide News Network and also one of the Region’s leading investigative journalists.

US Ambassador Insists NIA Head Accused Holness-admin of Being Corrupt

US Ambassador to Jamaica, Donald Tapia, is insisting that anti-corruption campaigner and National Integrity Action boss, Professor Trevor Munroe, accused the Holness...

Groups Welcome Christie’s Appointment At Integrity Commission

The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, PSOJ and the Jamaica Accountability Meter Portal, JAMP, are welcoming the announcement of the appointment of former...

Police Launch Manhunt For 2 Men Who Robbed St. Thomas Petrol Station

Detectives assigned to the St. Thomas Division have launched a manhunt for two men who reportedly robbed a petroleum service station on the Golden Grove Main Road in the...

Parliament Opens Today As New Fiscal Year Dawns

The Ceremonial Opening of Parliament for Fiscal Year 2020/21 will take place today. Members of the Senate and distinguished guests are scheduled to arrive at Gordon...

Coronavirus: Hopefield Prep Tells Parents To Keep Children At Home For 14 Days If They Travel

Due to fears associated with the spread of the novel coronavirus, parents of students attending the Hopefield Preparatory School in St Andrew have been asked to keep...

75% Of Working Men Have No Formal Qualifications Compared To 55% Of Women – STATIN

The Statistical Institute of Jamaica, STATIN, is reporting that about 460,800 or 75 percent of men in the country’s employed labour force have no formal...

7.7 Magnitude Earthquake Damaged Buildings Across Western Jamaica – Local Gov’t Minister

Local Government Minister, Desmond McKenzie, says the 7.7 magnitude earthquake that shook Jamaica yesterday damaged buildings in a number of western parishes. The...

US Secretary Warns Caribbean Countries Against Accepting “Easy Money” From China

Secretary Pompeo is warning Caribbean nations against accepting what he calls ‘easy money’ from China, that could feed corruption and undermine the rule of...

NNN/Bluedot Poll: Tufton Voted Best Performing Minister, Shaw Worst

Although the country is still in the throes of a dengue fever outbreak, Health and Wellness Minister Dr Christopher Tufton is seen by almost a quarter of Jamaicans to be...

NNN/Bluedot Poll: 60% Say Holness is Doing A Good Job, 50% Believe Phillips is Doing A Poor Job

A significant majority of 60% of Jamaicans believe Andrew Holness is doing a good job as Prime Minister. While 50% believe Dr. Peter Phillips is doing a poor job as...