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Simpson-Miller, Holness Clash Over Gov’t Priorities

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller and Opposition Leader, Andrew Holness clashed this afternoon regarding the Government’s priorities for the current...

Fitch Upgrades Jamaica’s Credit Rating

The international credit ratings agency, Fitch,  today revised the outlook for Jamaica from “Stable” to “Positive” and re-affirmed the country’s long term...

Attacks on Doctors Increasing – Dawes

President of the Jamaica Medical Doctors Association, JMDA, Dr. Alfred Dawes says there’s been a steady increase in reports from doctors who’ve been...

Hylton was ‘Unaware’ of N-SIPP Search Registry

The Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Anthony Hylton, says it was never the intention to allow open access to people’s private records on the N-SIPP...

JLP MPs Reaffirm Support in Holness

JLP General Secretary, Dr. Horace Chang says a majority of Opposition MPs have pledged their full support for party leader Andrew Holness. In a statement a short while...

PNPYO President Calls for Holness to Resign

President of the People’s National Party Youth Organization, Alrick Campbell, says Opposition Leader Andrew Holness should resign. The call follows the recent...

Ellington First Heard of Coke’s Extradition Request Through Media

Former Police Commissioner, Owen Ellington, says he first heard of an extradition request for Tivoli strongman, Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, through media...

Gov’t Outlines Areas of Priority as Parliament Opens

The establishment of the Caribbean Court of Justice, CCJ, as Jamaica’s final appellate court and the passage of crucial DNA legislation, are among the priorities...

St. Kitts PM Sworn In

Newly elected Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. Timothy Harris, has been sworn in as the country’s new Prime Minister. This comes after a general election...

Gases Prices to Increase Tomorrow

Petrojam has announced an increase in the prices of all fuels. Starting Thursday 87 Gasoline will sell for 96-dollars-74 per litre, up 1-dollars-73-cents per litre,...