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Dixon Supports Mandatory Certification of School Principals

President of the Jamaica Teachers Association, JTA, Doran Dixon, says he supports the decision to make it mandatory for aspiring Principals to be trained and certified....

OUR Director Defends Ordering JPS to Take Rate Cut

Director General of the Office of Utilities Regulation, OUR, Albert Gordon, is defending their rejection of the JPS’s application for a rate increase and decision...

History! Petrol Prices Tumble Below $100 per Litre

For the first time in more than two years, petroleum prices have plunged below 100-dollars per litre. Petrojam today announced a price reduction of more than 3-dollars...

Half of Jamaica’s Youth Willing To Renounce Citizenship – Study

Almost a half of Jamaica‚Äôs young people would be willing to give up their citizenship to live in another country. That’s the finding of a survey conducted by the...

Extortionists Nabbed

The police have arrested two alleged hitmen – including a school teacher – who reportedly tried to extort money from a St. Elizabeth businessman for saving...

CHEC Workers Resumes Job

China Harbour Engineering Company, CHEC, says workers were back on the job today, following discussions with the company’s senior managers. Workers protested...

Day 2 in the Trial of Brendan Bain vs UWI

Professor Brendan Bain says he felt embarrassed and stiffed as a result of the actions of the University of the West Indies, UWI, after the institution issued him with a...

More Concerns Raised Over Outameni

Opposition Spokesman on Finance, Audley Shaw, is calling on the Government to disclose whether it has gone ahead with plans to resume business this month at the property...

Jamaica to Pass 7th Test – EPOC

Co-Chairman of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee, Richard Byles, says Jamaica is well positioned to pass the seventh International Monetary Fund (IMF) test. Mr....

OUR facing Pressure over JPS cut

Pressure is mounting on the Office of Utilities Regulations, OUR, to explain it’s decision to order the Jamaica Public Service Company, JPS, to take a rate cut....