|Not yet, says Phillips - PNP V-P under pressure to challenge Simpson Miller
A new dispute over the leadership of the People's National Party (PNP) is threatening to open old wounds and cause more bloodletting. The Sunday Gleaner has confirmed reports that PNP vice-president Dr Peter Phillips is facing mounting pressure to launch another bid for the leadership of the party.
Hendrickson family buys Holiday Inn in Montego Bay<
A satisfied-looking Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett, converses with Caroline Racine, director of caribbean franchise development of Choice Hotels International, while he looks through her brochure on day one of the Jamaica Product Exchange now on...
My US citizenship case differs, says Hay-Webster - PNP MP holds US passport, but denies ineligibility for Parliament
SHARON HAY-WEBSTER, the opposition member of parliament identified by government sources as not being qualified to sit in the House of Representatives because of her allegiance to a foreign power, is getting ready for a fight.
Victims want a seat on FINSAC commission
The Association of FINSAC'd Entrepreneurs (AFE) said yesterday that they should be allowed to name a member of the proposed commission of enquiry that was announced by the Government to examine the collapse of the financial sector in the 1990s.
Government to review tourism master plan - Environmentalists want policy with teeth
Government is about to commission a mid-term review of the key policy governing the tourism sector - the Master Plan for Sustainable Tourism Development - six years after its introduction.
No regrets using NHT funds - Portia
OPPOSITION LEADER Portia Simpson Miller says she has no regrets about using National Housing Trust (NHT) funds to finance the Inner-City Housing Project.
'Give us jobs and we will pay'
THERE ARE no zinc fences, no corners where men gather and smoke ganja, cigarettes and drink beer, no dilapidated houses or roadside dining rooms... The buildings still look sparkling new. This is a glimpse of two housing schemes built under the Inner-City Housing Programme (ICHP).
Dishing out cassava benefits
Reactions from the public to Agriculture Minister Dr Christopher Tufton's recent Budget Debate have been mixed. In his recent Budget presentation, the agriculture minister promoted the production and consumption of cassava as an alternative to imported rice and wheat.