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Paulwell Calls for Bahado-Singh’s Resignation from PCJ

Opposition Spokesman on Energy, Phillip Paulwell is calling for former Chairman of the Petrojam Board, Dr. Perceval Bahado-Singh to also step down from the Petroleum...

‘Time for Jamaica to Move On’, says IMF Resident Rep

The IMF’s resident representative to Jamaica, Dr. Constant Lonkeng Ngouana, says it’s time for the country to move on from the multilateral institution....

Chief Justice Extends Injunction as JAS Election Row Continues

Chief Justice Bryan Sykes has extended an injunction against the Presidential election of the St. Andrew chapter of the Jamaica Agricultural Society, JAS. The injunction...

Senate Approves Amendments to Procurement Laws

The Senate has approved the bill which seeks to amend the Procurement Act to create a modern system for the government to procure goods and services. The Leader of...

Kingston Mayor to Meet with Attorney for Constant Spring Mkt Vendors

Kingston Mayor, Delroy Williams says he’ll be meeting today with attorney Bert Samuels to discuss further concerns regarding the relocation of vendors at the...

‘Don’t Blame Single-Mother Households for Violence’ says Anthropologist

Lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work at the University of the West Indies, Dr. Herbert Gayle, is challenging the notion that the...

McKenzie Urges Councillors to Raise Standard of Representation

Local Government Minister, Desmond McKenzie, is urging local government representatives to practice a more admirable form of representation. He was speaking this...

Police Launch Major Investigation into Car Scrapping Allegations

The Inspectorate of Constabulary, IOC, has launched a major investigation into claims a St Catherine woman’s car was scrapped while in the custody of the...

School Community Plunged into Mourning after Freak Accident Claims Child’s Life

The father of an 8-year-old student who was mowed down in what appears to be a freak accident on Tuesday says he’s baffled and numb. Police say the Grade Two...

Holness Reaffirms Determination to Bring Down Energy Costs

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has made it clear that Jamaica is committed to bringing energy costs down to fuel further investments in the economy. He was answering...