William Mitchell

Tourism Ministry Insists MoBay Welcome Sign will Remain within Budget

Permanent Secretary in the Tourism Ministry, Jennifer Griffith, is assuring that the Welcome to Montego Bay sign will remain inside it’s $17-million budget....

Senior Cop Slapped with Million Dollar Fine following Unlawful Wounding Verdict

A Senior Superintendent of Police who was last month found guilty for shooting a 19-year-old pregnant woman was today slapped with a million dollar fine but spared...

INDECOM Investigator Highlights Shattered Bullets Found at Scene

An examiner attached to the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) told the court yesterday she found two shattered bullets while processing a scene where...

‘Probe Further’ – PNP Calls for More Investigations into PetroJam

The Opposition People’s National Party (PNP) is calling for further investigations at the state-owned oil refinery, Petrojam. PNP General Secretary, Julian...

Chief Justice Brands Prosecution Witness ‘Unreliable’

On Day Four of the second Police Death Squad Murder Trial, Chief Justice, Bryan Sykes, told the Court that he’ll instruct the jury to treat yesterday’s prosecution...

Jamaica’s China Debt to be Cleared in a Decade

Finance Minister, Dr. Nigel Clarke, says 90-percent of the debt Jamaica owes to the government of China through the Asian country’s EXIM bank will be repaid in the...

UWI Considering Going Public

In a bid to generate its own funds, The University of the West Indies, UWI, says it’s looking at launching an initial public offering, IPO. Vice Chancellor of the...

Unions Intervene to Halt Flow Redundancy Exercise

On November 1 an estimated 128 positions at FLOW were to be made redundant. However, following the intervention of several local unions, the redundancy exercise was...

$3bn Discrepancy in Govt’s Street Light Debt to JPS

There’s a $3-billion discrepancy in what the Government says it will pay the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) for street light arrears and what the company...

‘Get Used to Positive & Stable Economy’ – Duncan

Co-chair of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee, Keith Duncan, says Jamaicans should get used to having a stable and positive economy. Mr. Duncan says with the...