Category: Latest_MA

JLP Threatens More Protests

JLP Leader, Andrew Holness says his party will lead more protests across the island if the Simpson Miller administration does not reverse measures which are increasing...

War of Words

The political row between Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller and Opposition Leader, Andrew Holness, is escalating! Addressing Labourites yesterday in North Central...

Inflation Resilience

The Jamaican economy is demonstrating unprecedented resilience to inflationary shocks. That’s the word from Central Bank Governor, Brian Wynter. Governor Wynter...

Crime and Growth

Deputy Director General of the Planning Institute of Jamaica, PIOJ, Richard Lumsden, says the reduction in crime over the past four years will not have an immediate...

Shake-up In JCF Top Brass

There’s been a shake-up in the senior ranks of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF. This, as the Police High Command has announced the transfers of nine senior...

Errol Miller to Intervene

The Jamaica Teachers Association, JTA, will be asking its former President, Professor Errol Miller, to mediate in the battle surrounding its disputed President-Elect...

LIME STRENGTHENS ‘BLOOD BANK’

The LIME Foundation, has joined forces the National Blood Transfusion Service (the Blood Bank) in a bid to help the Service achieve 100% voluntary donation of blood by...

No More Pit Latrines

Education Minister, Ronald Thwaites, says by the end of next year, pit latrines in schools will be a thing of the past. Ronald Thwaites, Minister of Education. He was...

Entertainers’ Ebola Warning

The Ministry of Health is advising entertainers against traveling to the Ebola affected countries Liberia, Nigeria, Guinea and Sierra Leone in West Africa. Minister of...

JLP Still Protesting

The Opposition Jamaica Labour Party, JLP says they will be going ahead with their peaceful protest in Half Way Tree at 7 Monday morning, against the increase in bus...