|CARICOM talks political union
TRINIDAD AND Tobago said yesterday that it was prepared to enter into discussions on forming a Caribbean political union and Jamaica insisted that after 30 years, it was time to overhaul the regional integration vehicle...
Teachers to strike again
THE ISLAND'S education system seems headed for more trouble on Monday as government paid teachers in public primary and secondary schools, resume their protests for an improved wage offer from the Government.
Travellers to pay US$5 airport levy
AFTER A long, heated debate, the Senate yesterday approved legislation providing for a special airport levy on passengers, which comes into effect today.
Groups call for Davies' resignation
THE FARQUHARSON Institute, Jamaicans for Justice and the Jamaica Labour Party's (JLP) young professionals, Generation 2000 (G2K) have all raised concerns about statements made by Minister of Finance and Planning, Dr. Omar Davies, at a PNP...
Jamaicans lose in investment scheme
OVER 2,000 JAMAICANS, some Latinos and African-Americans are reported to be among the victims of a US$31 million investment scam allegedly initiated by Anthony Blissett of A.B. Financing & Investments, Inc., a Florida-based investment company.