Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
Published: Monday Sunday | October 11, 2009
Tourism's Suite LIFE - Big spend in hard times - Millions spent to make over tourism minister's office
While the Government struggles to fund the island's Budget and crucial sectors face financial shortfalls, and families are forced to cut back on expenditure, at least one ministry has spent more than $8 million to... Read More...Hibbert's hurdle - MP could be charged for misconduct, says professor
TWO DAYS before the findings of the contractor general's special report on the Mabey Johnson bribery case are to be tabled in Parliament, anti-corruption advocate Professor Trevor Munroe believes Member... Read More...Yvonne's dilemma: FSC fingers Hands Across Jamaica boss
THE FINANCIAL Services Commission (FSC) is pointing fingers at a notable charity organiser, Yvonne Coke, in charge of one of Jamaica's most well-known non-profit... Read More...Hayles in the hot seat: JLP caretaker takes opposition MP to court in dual-citizenship battle
THE PARLIAMENTARY status of Ian Hayles may soon be decided by the courts as the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has made good on a promise to have the... Read More...Bindley's new role
FORMER HEAD of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company Limited (JUTC), Bindley Sangster, is now working out of the offices of the Ministry of Transport and Works as the minister's political... Read More...Who wanted Elva dead?
THE POLICE have yet to make a breakthrough in the murder of businesswoman Elva Mullings, who was shot by a gunman in front of her Bridgeview, Portmore, home last Monday. Read More...Savings, one cut at a time
SIX MONTHS after Prime Minister Bruce Golding announced that his administration would take a pay cut, an examination of parliamentary records reveals that the symbolic gesture has saved the country $8.9 million.Golding,... Read More...