Patients and staff at the Bellevue Hospital in Kingston are benefitting from the recent upgrading and refurbishing of the facility at a cost of approximately J$23.5 million
The Ministry of Education has announced the introduction of solar energy systems in schools in a bid to reduce the estimated J$6 billion per annum in utility costs for schools
There has been a US$113 million increase in the country’s Net International Reserves (NIR), according Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) Governor, Brian Wynter.
A photograph, said to be only the second original picture of Mary Seacole was displayed during a Panel Discussion hosted by the Jamaican High Commission in London
The Office of the Children’s Registry (OCR) opened offices in Manchester and St. Ann this month, as the agency continues to facilitate more persons outside the Corporate Area.
Suriname’s Government has announced that it will be investing in solar energy to bring electricity to remote communities across the country
A Jamaican man was electrocuted on Wednesday as he worked on the Airport Gateway project
The man at the centre of the destruction of a Maya archaeological site in northern Belize, Denny Grijalva, has expressed regret at the razing of the Noh Mul monument
The St Lucia economy has contracted by nearly one per cent last year, Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony has said
A police officer was shot and killed on Tuesday night after he becoming involved in an argument with a motorist whom he had pulled over
Montserrat has signed a MoU with the United Kingdom Department for Transport as it seeks to put in place international standards for the regulation of the maritime industry
The day before Christopher Coke waived his right to challenge his extradition and was whisked away to the US, DPP Paula Llewellyn, promised US officials not to put roadblocks in the way