|Jamaica, US and extradition
OVER THE last 12 years, Jamaica has been one of the United States Government's most active extradition partners since the two nations signed the treaty in 1991.
Poultry price going up - Multiple increases as soybean, corn prices soar
THE PRICE of chicken meat is expected to go up by some seven per cent in the coming months after being increased several times already since the start of the year.
Chicken run - High demand cuts availability as costs rise
A SOARING demand for chicken meat forced by the ban on U.S. beef imports by Government last year and has now outstripped current production capacities of local chicken producers, Caribbean Broilers and Jamaica Broilers.
Special conference for J'cans overseas to be held in June
AS THE Government seeks to deepen the dialogue with Jamaicans living overseas and engage them in the process of nation building...
JAS president calls for plan to restore pride
SENATOR NORMAN Grant, president of the Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) has called for a 25-year national agricultural plan to restore the 'pride of place' the sector once held in Jamaica's economy.
'Taxi operators must work with police in fighting crime'
SPALDINGS, Clarendon: SENATOR KERN Spencer, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of National Security, says taxi association members will have to assist the police in the fight against crime.