Category: MA_National

JCF Spends Millions to Help Treat Cops Injured on Duty

Commissioner Anderson, says some $25-million has been spent to treat 180 policemen and women injured in the line of duty since he assumed the role last March. Major...

Jamaica Votes to Accept Juan Guaido’s Ambassador to the OAS

The Government of Jamaica has voted to accept self-styled interim President of Venezuela, Juan Guaido’s designated ambassador to the Organization of American...

Jackson Raises Concern Over ‘Non-Existent Post’ at PetroJam

Member of Parliament for South St. Catherine, Fitz Jackson is raising concern over what appears to be a non-existent post at the Petrojam Ethanol Limited, PEL. Mr....

MoBay Residents Gripped with Fear following Upsurge in Criminality

Residents in Montego Bay, St James, are this afternoon, pleading with the authorities for an intervention to address the rampant criminality in their communities. A...

The Wigton Prospectus and the ‘Socialization of Wealth’

One-thousand Jamaican dollars is all it will take for Jamaicans to own a piece of the country’s largest renewable energy company, Wigton Windfarm. The prospectus...

STATIN Upgrades Jamaica’s 2018 Q3 Growth Figures

The Jamaican economy has registered consecutive quarters of economic growth of two percent for the first time in recent memory. A few weeks ago, the Statistical...

MPs Want PCJ Director to Explain Suspicious Letter from McCooks Pen Citizens’ Association

Members of Parliament are calling on a board member of the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) Lionel Myrie, to explain how he came by a suspicious letter claiming to...

Murder Down 7% Nationally

Three-hundred and fifty-nine people have been murdered across the island, between January one and Saturday, April six. It’s a decline of more than 7-percent,...

Road Fatalities Could Pass 400

The National Road Safety Unit, NRSU, is projecting a six per cent reduction in overall road fatalities for 2019 when compared to last year. This despite a 39 per cent...

Transport Authority Sees High Early Compliance with Uniform Policy

The Transport Authority says more than 90-percent of taxi operators, complied with its regulation that they must wear uniforms on the job as of today. The Transport...