| Findings into DPP probe could be made public
PRIME MINISTER P.J. Patterson yesterday said he expected the Public Service Commission to issue a public statement on the findings of the panel that was set up to probe the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, towards the end of last year.
Confusion mounts over vendor removal responsibility
CONFUSION IS mounting over which Government body is legally responsible for illegal vendor removal, with the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC) virtually washing its hands off the process...
UTech's tourism course oversubscribed - Approximately 80 per cent of qualified applicants turned away
WESTERN BUREAU: THE UNIVERSITY of Technology (UTech) has been turning away approximately 80 per cent of qualified applicants seeking entry into the field of Tourism Management because it does not have enough space and teachers for the related programmes.
Carib zeroes in on security concerns
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC: JAMAICA'S AMBASSADOR to the United States Seymour Mullings has described the just-concluded Second High-Level Meeting on the Security Concerns of Small Island States as an important step forward...
JAS says 'yes' to new agro strategy
THE JAMAICA Agricultural Society (JAS) has agreed to support a new Government initiative aimed at transforming the farming sector to meet the challenges of globalisation by 2005.
Warrant out for Trevor Berbick
PORT ANTONIO, Portland: THE CONSTABULARY Communication Network (CCN) confirmed yesterday that the police in Port Antonio issued a warrant for the arrest of former world heavyweight boxing champion...
Cane farmers promise bitter elections for PNP
WESTERN BUREAU: THE HAMPDEN Cane Farmers Association are threatening to spoil the fortunes of the ruling People's National Party (PNP) in the upcoming Local Government elections...
Med techs to resume strike
GOVERNMENT MEDICAL technologists have voted to resume their strike today, but the Industrial Disputes Tribunal (IDT) is expected to call an emergency meeting this morning and issue a back-to-work order.