Category: Evening News

Samuda Pushes To Defy Manufactures’ Bid For Delay In Implementing Styrofoam Ban

Government Senator, Matthew Samuda, is opposing a call by some manufacturers to delay the January 1, 2020 timeline for the implementation of a ban on single-use...

Technology Minister Orders Flow, Digicel To Improve Service Delivery

Technology Minister, Fayval Williams, says telecommunications companies, Flow and Digicel, have been instructed to take steps to improve their service. Minister Williams...

Future Of Shaggy & Friends Benefit Concert In Doubt

The future of the multi-million dollar fundraiser, the Shaggy and Friends Concert, is in doubt. That’s according to international recording artiste and co-founder...

IMF Mission Chief Tells Central Bank To Lead Public Education Campaign On Sliding Dollar

IMF Mission Chief to Jamaica, Dr. Uma Ramakrishnan, is recommending the Bank of Jamaica lead a public education campaign about the dollar. Dr. Ramakrishnan was speaking...

PNP’s Communications Director Facing Multi-million Dollar Lawsuit Threat From Daryl Vaz Over Smear Message

PNP Communication Director, Colin Campbell, is facing the threat of a multi-million dollar defamation suit from Cabinet Minister and West Portland Member of Parliament,...

Another High Profile Gang Case Collapses, Star Witness Murdered

For the second time in just over two weeks, yet another high-profile alleged gangster has had criminal charges against him withdrawn by the Office of the Director of...

Paulwell Says PNP Will Win Next General Elections

PNP Campaign Director, Phillip Paulwell, says he’s confident the party is taking the necessary steps which will result in it winning the next General Elections....

Security Forces To Boost Presence In Major Commercial Areas As Christmas Season Nears

The security forces say they’ll be increasing their presence in major commercial areas and rolling out several other strategies as the busy Christmas season...

Hundreds Of Mentally Ill Jamaicans Languishing In Prisons Not Charged Or Sentenced

Hundreds of mentally ill persons are still languishing in Jamaica’s prisons without adequate treatment, some without ever being tried or sentenced. That’s...

UTECH Staff Ends Industrial Action

After an eight-day strike, classes will resume today at the University of Technology, UTech. The industrial action was taken by members of the UTech Jamaica Academic...