|New crime team for St James - Business leaders pledge full support
WESTERN BUREAU: BUSINESS LEADERS in Montego Bay, St. James, the island's tourism capital and second city, yesterday backed a police plan to deploy in the parish..
Scores in Clarendon pay respects to Hugh Shearer
BLACK FLAGS flapped reluctantly in the wind yesterday atop light posts leading up to the entrance to Vere Technical High School, Hayes, south Clarendon, where the body of Hugh Lawson Shearer, a former Prime Minister, was lying in state...
Middlesex five get GG Awards
PORT MARIA, St. Mary: AMID MOMENTS of resounding applause, Governor-General Sir Howard Cooke yesterday presented the prestigious Governor-General's Achievement Awards to five persons from the County of Middlesex at the Port Maria Civic Centre, St. Mary.
Port Antonio's mayor could face no-confidence vote
PORTLAND: THE PORTLAND Parish Council, which is controlled by the Jamaica Labour Party, could have a new chairman today, if a planned vote of no-confidence aimed at unseating the current chairman and Mayor of Port Antonio...
'Pass Agri Produce Bill now'
ANGRY FARMERS called urgently at yesterday's 109th annual general meeting of the Jamaica Agricultural Society, for Parliament to pass immediately, the Agricultural Produce Amendment Bill...
'High taxes a threat to growth of tourism' - Hart wants Gov't to get rid of 'outdated policies'
WESTERN BUREAU: MARK HART, chairman of the Hart Group of Companies, and one of Montego Bay's leading businessmen, says the Government must get rid of 'outdated policies' if the nation is to reap the full potential of the tourism industry.