| PSOJ/security forces 'phone-in' session today
THE PRIVATE Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ), in collaboration with the security forces, will hold its seventh 'phone-in' session today, between 7.00 and 9.00 p.m.
Guided by principles of perseverance, accountability and fairness
AN EMOTIONAL Clover Thompson-Gordon, Principal of the Denham Town High School in Kingston, left the Pegasus Hotel on Tuesday as the proud recipient of the 2002 LASCO Teacher of the Year Award.
Mayor Solomon promises to help 'street people'
WESTERN BUREAU: THE ST. James Parish Council is prepared to assume fully responsibility for the Committee for the Upliftment of the Mentally Ill (CUMI's) night shelter rather than allow its shutdown, says Montego Bay Mayor, Hugh Solomon.
Time-lags affecting sugar production at Long Pond
WESTERN BUREAU: TIME-LAGS ARE affecting sugar production at Long Pond Sugar factory in Trelawny.
ODPEM's shelter management training moves to Manchester
THE OFFICE of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) takes its series of shelter management training programme into the parish of Manchester today.
Spring Breakers shun fun for voluntary service
WESTERN BUREAU: A GROUP OF American college students has decided to shun the fun and frolic usually associated with the annual Spring Break activities and instead provide voluntary service to some of Montego Bay's less fortunate residents.
'Ivan Barrows' gets first tranche of compensation
LESS THAN a month after the Supreme Court approved payment of $9 million to 78-year-old Alfred "Ivan Barrows" Nettleford in compensation for his unjustified 28-year incarceration, a cheque valued at $1 million was handed over to his two appointed...
Cop suspended after Hanover shooting
WESTERN BUREAU: THE POLICEMAN involved in Tuesday's shooting in Hanover which sparked a major demonstration by residents in the Orange Bay area, has been removed from frontline duty, pending the outcome of investigations...