| Foreign Direct Investment in Jamaica plunges
FOREIGN DIRECT Investment (FDI) in Jamaica fell by US$235 million in 2002 over 2001, figures released by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) reveal.
More police patrols for Portmore
THE POLICE in the Portmore communities of St. Catherine will be dispatching more patrols, starting today, to counteract the growing crime problem which has been plaguing the area in the last few months.
Warders in training at Newcastle
SPANISH TOWN, St. Catherine: HISTORY WAS created by the Correctional Services Department yesterday when it began training 30 female and 120 male recruits as correctional officers at the Newcastle Training Centre, St. Andrew.
Spanish Town market could be repaired in two weeks
SPANISH TOWN, St. Catherine: THE SPANISH Town market must be fixed before it is reopened, says Samuel Cameron, Chief Public Health Inspector for St. Catherine.
'Education system starved of resources'
SENATOR ANTHONY Johnson, JLP spokesman on Education, says the education system has "fallen into a state of decrepitude" because adequate resources are not provided to fund its development.
Water diversion affects Waltham, Seivwright Gdns
THE DIVERSION of water to meet the needs of the growing community of Portmore, St. Catherine, has created shortages in the communities of Seivwright Gardens and Waltham Gardens, Kingston, as well as other areas off the Washington Boulevard.
Self-doubt killing Jamaica - Garnett Roper
JAMAICA HAS an abundance of talent, but self-doubt is undermining national progress, says the Rev. Garnett Roper, minister in charge of the Portmore Missionary Church, south east St. Catherine.