Category: Evening News

PNP Wants Percentage Scores For PEP Released

The Opposition PNP, is calling for the percentage scores of the Primary Exit Profile, PEP exam to be released and not just a scaled score. Just last week, the Education...

Campbell Questions Motive Of Some Phillips Supporters

North West St. Ann MP, Dr. Dayton Campbell, says some Vice Presidents of the PNP who’ve decided to support Dr. Peter Phillips’ bid to hold on to the party...

Insurance Companies Paying Out Over $10 Billion Annually For Motor Vehicle Crashes

Executive Director of the Insurance Association of Jamaica, IAJ, Orville Johnson, says insurance companies are taking a hit as they’re paying out in excess of $10...

Father’s Day 2019 Marred By Murders, 2 Fathers Among 7 Killed

While the nation celebrated fathers yesterday, the police were kept busy investigating a string of violent acts across the island that left 7 men dead and another...

PM Says Traditional Institutions Under Assault; Urges Fathers To Recommit To Their Sons

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says his administration will not be departing from the traditional view of the family that has been passed down from generation to...

Judiciary Records Highest Clearance Rate In First Quarter of 2019

The Court Management Services, CMS, says the Judiciary achieved it’s highest case clearance rate for the January to March quarter this year. The CMS says...

PDVSA Attorney Unaware Of Lawsuit Against GoJ

A lawyer representing PDVSA, Queen’s Counsel, Michael Hylton, says he has no knowledge of a lawsuit being filed on the Venezuelan company’s behalf against...

Murders Up Across 10 Of 19 Police Divisions

According to the statistics, St. James is one of the parishes where there's an increase in murders.

Board Of Edna Manley College & Its Principal Are On A Collision Course

The board of the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts and it’s Principal are on a collision course. A board meeting last Friday reportedly turned...

Senators Clash As Gov’t Announces Investigation Into Detention Of Fishermen By US Coast Guards

Foreign Affairs Minister, Senator Kamina Johnson Smith, says the Government of Jamaica is investigating reports that four Jamaican fishermen were detained by the United...