|Prime Minister of Jamaica warns cement traders - Consumers should benefit from any price reductions
PRIME MINISTER Portia Simpson Miller on Saturday night warned importers of cement that the benefits of lower prices for the product, arising from the duty waiver, were to be passed on to consumers.
210,000 voters off the list
WITH THREE weeks to go before the end of its reverification process, Director of Elections at the Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ), Danville Walker, has disclosed that the names of more than 210,000 persons will not be carried forward...
Patterson says case can be made for overseas Jamaicans to vote
NEW YORK (CMC): With more than a million Jamaicans reportedly living abroad and playing a significant role in their country's economic and social development, former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson says a case can be made for them to participate...
Call for return to 'old Jamaica' - Senator Nelson claims ugliness destroying family life
SENATOR DWIGHT Nelson, president of the Jamaica Confederation of Trade Unions (JCTU), has called on all Jamaicans to work together to remove the "ugliness" that is killing the nation's children and denigrating our women.
Portmore hospital plans take shape for January 2007
RESIDENTS OF Portmore were told yesterday that the dream of having a hospital in the municipality would soon become a reality as ground would be broken in January 2007.
Flankers to benefit from Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) project
THE COMMUNITY of Flankers, in St. James, is set to undergo major infrastructure development thanks to the Jamaica Social Investment Fund's (JSIF) multi-billion Inner-City Basic Services Project (ICBSP).
Food for the Poor gives a helping hand
MALVERN, St. Elizabeth: THOUSANDS OF students and teachers from schools across the parish of St. Elizabeth are now benefiting from donations made by Food for the Poor in Malvern St. Elizabeth.
'Children at risk' - focus for Swallowfield missions conference
THE STATE of children in Jamaica and around the world, will be the focus of this year's missions conference entitled "Children at Risk," which is being staged by the Swallowfield Chapel from May 26 - 28.