Category: MA_Latest News

Montague Stands by ‘ISIS Question’

Opposition Spokesman on Energy, Senator Robert Montague, says he’ll not retract his suggestion that some of the petrol on the local market may have originated from...

‘Govt Policies Doing More Harm Than Good’ – Shaw

Opposition Spokesman on Finance, Audley Shaw, says the policies implemented by the Simpson Miller administration to grow the economy have done more damage than good. Mr....

Pastor Sent on Leave Following PNP Endorsement

The Vice President of Spiritual Affairs at the Mandeville-based Northern Caribbean University, NCU, Pastor Michael Harvey, has been placed on administrative leave. The...

Govt Owes Millions in Streetlight Bills

The President and CEO of the Jamaica Public Service Company, JPS, Kelly Tomblin, says the government owes a significant sum for streetlight bills. But Ms. Tomblin says...

PNP Says JP White is Tax Compliant

PNP Campaign Spokesman, Delano Franklyn, says the party’s embattled candidate for Northern Trelawny, JP Whyte, has agreed to use monthly payments to liquidate an...

JLP Cleared for Sam Sharpe Square Mass Meeting

JLP General Secretary, Dr. Horace Chang, is dismissing a claim by Deputy Chairman of the PNP’s Region Six, Ashley Ann Foster, that the JLP does not have the...

Vaz Decries Falconer’s Handling of Jamaica House Pressers

West Portland Member of Parliament and former Information Minister, Daryl Vaz, says Information Minister Senator Sandrea Falconer’s attitude to media personnel at...

‘Bad Habits’ to Blame for Garbage Pile Up

Local Government Minister, Noel Arscott, says the bad habits of some Jamaicans are responsible for the current pile up of garbage in some gullies across the Corporate...

JTA Cautiously Supports Govt’s Drive for Math & Science Teachers

President of the Jamaica Teachers Association, Norman Allen, is urging Education Minister, Ronald Thwaites to ensure that persons recruited from the private sector to...

Extensive Testing for Zika Continues

Health Minister, Horace Dalley, says the Government is awaiting word from the Caribbean Public Health Agency, CARPHA, in Trinidad on whether any of 27-blood samples sent...