After it emerged that she tested positive for a banned substance, top athlete Veronica Campbell-Brown finally broke her silence on the matter while Jamaicans were mostly anguished
We confess to being more than a little bit perplexed that it took so long after the revelation of VCB's positive test for a banned substance
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, has called on members of the Jamaican Diaspora to secure their share of Foreign Direct Investments
Minister of Labour and Social Security, Derrick Kellier, says he will continue to work assiduously to ensure the passage of relevant legislation to enable the ratification
Alec Telesford, the national security adviser to former prime minister Tillman Thomas, has died in the United States
Jamaica intends joining its Caribbean Community (CARICOM) partners in banning smoking in public areas and the workplace
The 5th Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference got underway June 16 with a record 700 persons in attendance
A Diaspora Marketplace was opened today (June 17), at the Fifth Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference, being held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre, in St. James.
I am convinced that when the history of our times is written, this conference will represent a turning point in our approach to development, where the value of partnership and unity will be recognised
The CEO of the International Airport Development Company, Dr. Rudy Mathias, says the cost of constructing the Argyle international airport has increased by nearly EC $200 million
The ruling St Kitts Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) has called for the resignations of two former members from Parliament saying they have breached the contracts
Several roadways and community infrastructure in South East St. Elizabeth have been rehabilitated under the Jamaica Emergency Employment Programme (JEEP).