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Digicel Outlines Plan to Address Data Charges Complaints

Telecommunications company Digicel has provided the Consumer Affairs Commission with a plan to address complaints about mobile data charges and customer service...

Mandatory Registration of Political Parties Begins 2018

Political party registration is to start in January of next year. This is in keeping with the political party registration regulations and amendments to the...

Health Ministry Warns Against Misusing Antibiotics

The Ministry of Health is warning Jamaicans about the negative impact of the excessive use or misuse of antibiotics. It says this could lead to antimicrobial resistance,...

Morris Urges Govt to Use Labour Day to Make Schools More Accessible to the Disabled

Senator Floyd Morris is calling on the government to use labour day 2018, to make at least one Primary and one High School in each constituency, accessible to people...

Brace for Corporate Area Yuletide Traffic Gridlock!

Head of the JCF Highway and Road Traffic Division, Senior Superintendent Calvin Allen, is advising motorists to brace for gridlocks in the city this Christmas based on...

Cop Implicated in Car Parts Stealing Ring at Constant Spring Pound

A member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force has been implicated in the early morning stealing of car parts at the Constant Spring pound in St. Andrew. The vehicles are...

Woman Connected to Gun Shipment is Former Employee of PNP Councilor, Michael Troupe

The People’s National Party, PNP, is this morning admitting that the 119 guns recently found at the Miami International Airport, were to be shipped to a former...

Thwaites Urges Govt to Make More West Kingston Apologies

Member of Parliament for Central Kingston, the People’s National Party’s Reverend Ronald Thwaites is chiding the government for its apology to West Kingston...

Not Enough Legal Public Passenger Vehicles in KMTR

A Transport Authority of Jamaica study is revealing there aren’t enough legitimate public passenger vehicles to fill the current demand for public transportation...

More SRHA Hospitals Going Electronic with Patient Records

Several hospitals under the ambit of the Southern Regional Health Authority, SRHA, have started using an electronic patient administration system, EPAS, on a limited...