Category: Midday News

More ZOSO To Be Declared, PM Tells Parliament

"We are now ready to declare other communities zones of special operations."

Interest in JamaicaEye Outstrips Expectations

The Jamaica Eye initiative was launched in March 2018.

Patrick Rousseau, Attorney-At-Law & Businessman, Is Dead At 85

Mr. Rousseau died in hospital last night.

Education Ministry Dispatches Trauma Team to Red Hills Primary

Minister of State Alando Terrelonge has expressed shock and sadness at the passing of young Shante who went missing last Thursday while on her way from school.

Do More to Protect Jamaica’s Environemnt – Chinese Ambassador Tells Its Companies

The Chinese company, Jiuquan Iron and Steel, JISCO, came under fire recently due to concerns over possible health hazards posed by it's operations in Nain St. Elizabeth.

Marlene Lynch-Aldred To Be Named Solicitor General

Mrs Aldred is currently the Acting Solicitor-General and also heads the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Division.

Paulwell Urges Williams to Reconvene the National Energy Council

Mr. Paulwell says the National Energy Council has, in the past, proven vital to the efficient running of the sector.

JCF Moves to Restore Transparency in Promotion Policy

A matrix has been worked out to ensure fairness.

Golding Sees Little Use in CARICOM Skills Certificates

Mr. Golding says he's also uncertain if the Jamaican government had developed a new certificate with specific security guaranteed features to minimise the problem.

Phillips Want Gov’t to Account for NIDS Loan

the Opposition intends to ask the Prime Minister to give details of contracts the government has entered into with third parties for goods and services related to NIDS.