| Dozens fleeced - Illegal employment agencies take thousands of dollars from J'cans seeking overseas jobs
MORE THAN 50 overseas job seekers have lost thousands of dollars to illegal employment agencies within the last two weeks, the Ministry of Labour and Social Security said yesterday.
If these walls could talk!
NESTLED IN the cool hills of Gordon Town is the cradle of life that nurtured the creative juices of Jamaica's foremost cultural icon, Miss Lou and her husband, Eric 'Chalk Talk' Coverley.
J'can wins IAPA top award
A TREATISE on the importance of Jamaicans' access to public information has earned O'Neil Simpson, the top prize in the Inter-American Press Association's (IAPA) Chapultepec Essay Contest.
Family furious at late trial date for HIV-infected boy
LAWYERS REPRESENTING the Ministry of Health and the family of a 12-year-old boy, who relatives claim was infected with HIV/AIDS while under hospital care, are to begin arguing their case in court next April.
Sam Mahfood, dead at 63
CO-FOUNDER AND Chairman of Food for the Poor, Sam Mahfood, is dead. Mr. Mahfood, 63, died at his Stony Hill residence about 12 noon yesterday.
'Although dem a go bury har, me still a go a court' - Gov't to pay funeral expenses for 10-year-old killed by police
THE GOVERNMENT, through the Ministry of National Security, has decided to dip into the public's coffers to underwrite the funeral expenses of Renee Lyons, the 10-year-old girl of Majesty Gardens, lower St. Andrew...