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Govt Senator Chides Bartlett for Suggesting Media Reduce Prominence of Crime Reports

Government Senator, Charles Sinclair, is criticizing Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett, for suggesting that the media should not give prominence to crime stories....

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Wheatley Reviewing Jamaica Energy Council Membership

Energy Minister, Dr. Andrew Wheatley, says he’s reviewing the membership of the Jamaica Energy Council, JEC. The 23-member Council is to help implement the...

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Editors Rubbish Bartlett’s Call to Remove Crime from Front Pages

‘Absolute Rubbish!’ is how the Associate Editor at the Gleaner newspaper, Arthur Hall, is describing Tourism Minister, Ed Bartlett’s suggestions for...

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21% More Traffic Tickets Issues in 2017

The JCF says it has issued over 233,000 speeding tickets since the start of the year. This represents a 21 percent increase over the corresponding period last year. The...

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Eight Companies Pre-Qualify for NMIA Bid

Eight companies have pre-qualified to bid for the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston. In a statement yesterday, Managing Director of the Development Bank of...

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Govt Reintroduces National Youth Awards

The government has reintroduced the Prime Minister’s National Youth Awards for Excellence after a three-year break. Nominations are now opened and will run until...

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‘NO State of Emergency for St James’ – Chamber of Commerce

Head of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce, T’shura Gibbs, says she’s not in support of the suggestion for a limited state of emergency in parts of St. James....

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Assessments Begin as Flash Flood Watch Discontinued

Teams from the Ministry of Labour and Social Security are expected to carry out assessments this week after several homes in Clarendon were flooded due to weekend rains....

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Toll Hike Coming?

Motorists could be asked to pay more to use various legs of Highway 2000 effective July one. Transport Minister, Mike Henry, confirmed to our news centre yesterday that...

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‘Time to Dispel Ganja Misconceptions’ – Tufton

Minister of Health, Dr. Christopher Tufton, says misconceptions about marijuana must be dispelled to stem the misuse of the drug, especially by children. He was speaking...