Category: Evening News

Trafigura Back; PNP Lawyers Mum

Lawyers for Prime Minister and PNP President Portia Simpson Miller are refusing to comment on a claim by DPP Paula Llewelyn, that they are responsible for the eight year...

Cabinet Rejects Krauck, Anchor Again – Hylton

Minster of Industry Investment and Commerce Minister Anthony Hylton has told parliament that for the second consecutive time, the National Logistics Hub Council and...

Gov’t Trying to Dodge News Cycle – Smith

The parliamentary Opposition has accused the Government of attempting to dodge the evening news cycle by having the Industry Minister, Anthony Hylton, delay answering...

Approach Multi-Laterals for PetroCaribe – Hyman

Influential economist, Ralston Hyman, is urging the government to seek help from the country’s multilateral partners as it considers buying back Jamaica’s...

Cop Nabbed on Corruption Charges

A police Corporal has been arrested by the Major Organized Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency, MOCA on reasonable suspicion of breaches of the Corruption Prevention Act....

Better GSAT Grades in 4/5 Subjects – Thwaites

Education Minister, Ronald Thwaites, says performances on this year’s GSAT exams improved in four of the five subjects students were tested. Minister Thwaites gave...

Cowardly Government – McKenzie

Opposition Spokesman on Local Government, Desmond McKenzie is accusing the government of cowardice and double-speak. He’s reacting to news that local government...

Harassment of Tourists Affecting Industry – McNeil

The Tourism Minister, Dr Wykeham McNeill says that harassment — particularly of cruise ship passengers — is seriously affecting the profitability of the...

DK Unbothered by Hayles Challenge

Chairman of the People’s National Party’s region six, Dr. DK Ducan, says he’ll not be distracted from completing his work in the area by the threat of...

Strong Take-up for JPS Prepaid Meters

The power company, JPS, says interest in its new prepaid metering system is better than expected. The new ‘Pay As You Go’ meters haven’t been powered...