Category: Midday News

Chief Justice Urges CMS to Offer a Higher Quality of Service

The country’s Chief Justice, Bryan Sykes is charging those who work in the court system to improve their operations in an effort to create a more user-friendly...

ECJ Chairman Disagrees with Fisher’s ‘Exaggerated Claims’ of Interference

Chairman of the Electoral Commission of Jamaica, ECJ, Dorothy Pine McClarty yesterday agreed that allegations raised by former Director of Elections, Orette Fisher,...

Former Director of Elections Releases Letters Accusing Political Interference

Former Director of Elections, Orette Fisher, has released three letters he wrote to the Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) highlighting what he’s described as...

Govt to Establish ‘Cyber Academy’ to Bolster Regional Cyber Security

Technology Minister, Dr Andrew Wheatley, says the government is moving to establish a cyber academy to make Jamaica the regional leader in cyber security and defence....

JTA to Sign Heads of Agreement with Govt Today

Details are emerging about the benefits involved in the 2017 to 2021 wage deal agreed to by the Jamaica Teacher’s Association, JTA, and the Government. For months,...

Cops Not Interested in Patrick Bailey, insists Attorney

The Police are not considering prominent Attorney, Patrick Bailey, as a suspect into the murder of a gardener at his home in 2016. That’s according to Mr....

‘Be More Careful!’ – Tony Rebel Urges Fellow Entertainers

Reggae Artiste, Tony Rebel, is urging his fellow entertainers and Jamaicans to exercise great vigilance to avoid being carried before the Court. Rebel was speaking with...

SERHA Probing Questionable Disposal of Two Neonate Bodies at KPH

An investigation has been ordered into the circumstances under which the bodies of two neonates that were being stored in the morgue at the Kingston Public Hospital,...

CCJ Rules in Favour of St Lucian in B’dos Voters’ List Row

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) yesterday ruled that a St Lucian-born academic should be registered as an elector to cast his ballot in the May 24 general elections...

EOJ Dismisses Reports of Political Interference

The Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) says it’s unaware of any actions of political interference or allegations of political interference in the operations of the...