Category: MA_Latest News

Responding to New Economic Challenges

Iconic Jamaican company, the Seprod Group says it’s responding to challenges facing consumers and the economy with strategies ranging from a multi-billion dollar...

Darren Powell’s Assets Frozen

The Supreme Court has ordered that the assets of prominent businessman and PNP Caretaker for North West St. Elizabeth, Darren Powell, be frozen. Powell is a former West...

AUDIO: Mortars Were Used – Major General Saunders

Former Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Stewart Saunders has admitted to the use of mortars in the May, 2010 operation to capture Coke. He’s testified that the...

AUDIO: Coke was Tipped off – Major General Saunders

Former Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Stewart Saunders, says Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, became aware of a request for his extradition in August, 2009 within...

Information Minister Orders Management Audit at PBCJ

Information Minister Senator Sandrea Falconer has ordered a management audit into the operations at the Public Broadcasting Corporation of Jamaica, PBCJ. On Friday...

Reduction in Primary Surplus Will Increase Debt – IMF Rep

Jamaica will again be running a fiscal deficit, if it reduces the primary surplus target under the four year Extended Fund Facility Programme with the IMF. That’s...

Tivoli Committee could get Boot – Simmons

The standing granted to the Tivoli Committee which allows it to participate in proceedings at the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry, could be revoked if it...

J’can-Canadian Senator Sacked amid Sex Scandal

A Jamaican born Canadian Senator, who’s under investigation for workplace sexual harassment, is facing a new allegation that he had a sexual relationship with a...

From the Verge of Closure to Excellence

The Principal of Padmore Primary School in West Rural St. Andrew, Keisha Hayles, is appealing for more resources, after her students’ spectacular performance in...

PBCJ/Falconer Under Fire

Information Minister Senator Sandrea Falconer and the management of Public Broadcasting Corporation of Jamaica, PBCJ, are coming under fire this afternoon from the union...