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Ganja Future Growers Pleased with New Ganja Laws

The Ganja Future Growers and Producers Association is welcoming Cabinet’s move towards decriminalizing the use of ganja. The association’s Chairman, Orville...

New Ganja Law Poses Problems for Police – Lorne

Attorney-at-law and General Secretary of the Marcus Garvey’s People’s Political Party, Miguel Lorne says he’s foreseeing some challenges with the...

Economy to Continue Growing into March This Year

There might be more good news on the horizon for the Jamaican economy. Central Bank Governor, Brian Wynter, says he believes there was growth in the December quarter of...

Transport Authority to End Recognition of JATOO

There’s growing disquiet in the public transport sector this afternoon over the decision of the Transport Authority to end its recognition of the Jamaica...

Row Between Shaw and Golding

A row has broken out between Justice Minister, Mark Golding and Opposition Spokesman on Finance, Audley Shaw, regarding the cost of the West Kingston Commission of...

Cabinet Approves Major Ganja Reform Bill

The Portia Simpson Miller-led Cabinet has given its approval to the tabling in parliament this week of a bill which should it be passed into law will see major changes...

Former JDF Corporal Freed of Rape Charges

Former Jamaica Defence Force Corporal, Orville Campbell, has been freed of a rape charge in the St Catherine Circuit Court. HeĀ  was accused of raping a 17-year old...

Problems Plaguing Lisa Hanna’s Constituency

PNP General Secretary, Paul Burke has conceded that the party is moving to address internal issues in Youth Minister, Lisa Hanna’s South East St. Ann constituency....

Inflation to Fall Significantly This Year

There’s more good news about the economy. Central Bank Governor, Brian Wynter, says inflation is expected to fall significantly over the next several months due...

$335M Is the Maximum Amount to be Spent on the West Kingston Enquiry

335-Million dollars… That’s the final and maximum amount that will be spent by the government on the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry, according to...