DESPITE WINNING Monday's by-election in Central Westmoreland, the People's National Party (PNP) experienced a 590 reduction in its votes
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Despite recording its first case of chikungunya in July, Jamaica only placed the disease in the tier one significance class in October, l
FLOYD Morris, president of the Senate, has vowed to "take decisive action" the next time any senator seeks to ignore his authority.
WITH THE National Water Commission (NWC) being the largest single company being served by the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS), the w
Taxpayers are being asked to fork out $2.9 billion to further bail out the cash-strapped Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC).
Disregarding the ruling of Michael Peart, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, that questions tabled last week by Opposition Lead
Dr Lloyd Waller, head of the Department of Government at the University of the West Indies, has called for politicians to be "honest with
SENATOR Robert Montague has cautioned the Government about putting in place a regional procurement system in which the opportunity to sec
WITH the new procurement bill proposing to split the National Contracts Commission (NCC) from the Office of the Contractor General, the j
THE BRIGHT afternoon sunlight had given way to overcast conditions at Grand Town in the Cornwall Mountain division in Central Westmorelan
FOLLOWING THE backlash arising from his 'flexi rape' comment in the Senate three weeks ago, A.J.
Porter's Mountain sits high in the hills of western Jamaica, linking communities such as Welcome and Fort William to more populated areas
FEWER THAN 18,000 Jamaicans with income to purchase homes are desirous of doing so, the National Housing Trust (NHT) has said.
HARMONY Cove, the much vaunted high-end tourism development, is unlikely to get off the ground this fiscal year, Oneika Miller, permanent
ONEIKA Miller, permanent secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), has joined her portfolio minister in claiming ignorance abo
The rising sun had
BROADCASTERS who fail to immediately air certain news releases or dispatches from the Office of Disaster Management and Emergency Managem