THE NEW meters being installed by the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) have been given a clean bill of health by a review team set up by the Office of Utilities Regulation.
Opposition Spokesman on Education, Ronald Thwaites, says the People's National Party recognises the need to revolutionise the quality and circumstances of early-childhood education.
SOME OF the activities planned to mark Jamaica's 50th anniversary of Independence were unveiled on Thursday night at Jamaica House.
J. PAUL Morgan, head of the team commissioned by the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) to investigate the billing practices of the Jamaica Public Service (JPS), says the utility company is terrorising its customers
THE GOVERNING Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has identified 62 of the 63 candidates to contest the next general election, with at least 10 women set to appear on its ticket.
FIFTEEN STUDENTS and two faculty members from the University of Florida's College of Dentistry will arrive in Jamaica today for a four-day trip, during which they will provide much-needed dental care for hundreds of residents from Kingston's inner city and rural Jamaica.
EXCITED WOLMER'S Preparatory School students celebrated United Nations (UN) Day yesterday dressed in an array of colourful, cultural costumes to capture the spirit and diversity of African beauty.
THE BADGE of Honour for Meritorious Service is not one of our top national honours and awards, but deputy director general of Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA), Patrick Stern, his family, friends and relatives were elated when they learned he was going to be a recipient of such. So they threw him not one, but two parties.
THE ROTARY Club of Mandeville and the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) have given awards to 13 persons in the parish for their contributions to community and nation building through volunteerism or by way of their professions.
Justice Minister Delroy Chuck has urged all justices of the peace (JPs) in St James to take a more proactive approach to ensure the rights of people in police custody are not breached.