Category: MA_Latest News

Pengelley Calls on TTMA to Lobby its Gov’t

The Immediate Past President of the Jamaican Manufacturers Association, Brian Pengelley, is calling on his Trinidad and Tobago counterparts to increase pressure on their...

32% Percent Dip in Violent Crimes

The Police are reporting that there has been a 32-percent reduction in serious and violent crimes for the period of January 1 to April 2. The Police say two hundred and...

Kingston West Calming Down

The Head of the Kingston West Police, Howard Chambers, says things have calmed but still tense in the troubled community. In recent weeks, gunmen from Tivoli Gardens and...

JAMPRO Demands Caribbean News Now Retract ‘Scampro’ Story

The Jamaica Promotions Corporation, JAMPRO, says allegations published recently by a news agency, Caribbean News Now, that it had close ties to an alleged US-based ponzi...

North-South Highway Toll Talks Continue

Transport Minister Mike Henry says in the next few weeks it should be known whether there’ll be a permanent reduction in the toll fees for usage of the recently...

Geoff Lawson in Hot Water Over Sammy Criticism

Veteran Queen’s Counsel K. Churchill Neita, says former Australian cricketer Geoff Lawson, must be made to pay dearly for abusive comments about the state of...

Miss Kitty Apologizes after On-Air Spat

Following the verbal exchanges last Saturday, April 2 during the live broadcast of the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall competition and reaction by members of the...

McKenzie Orders Forensic Audit of NSWMA

Local Government Minister, Desmond McKenzie, has ordered a forensic audit of the National Solid Waste Management Authority, NSWMA. The Public Defender’s Report on...

UHWI Introduces Cutting Edge Eye Surgery Technology

Patients of the University Hospital of the West Indies in need of certain eye surgeries will now benefit from a new state of the art Micropulse Laser therapy. This after...

Crawford Rubbishes Criticism of Rumoured Employment of McKenzie’s Son

Former State Minister of Tourism, the People’s National Party’s Damion Crawford is rejecting the view that it was inappropriate for Local Government Minister...