SOME LEGISLATORS have expressed unease over a proposal from the Island Traffic Authority (ITA) to implement a graduated driver's licence regime, which would see people waiting 18 months before being able to obtain driver's licences.
The Montego Bay Free Zone is set for a 50,000 sq ft expansion and a break in the telecommunications services monopoly that was held by LIME.
THE PORT Antonio square was the centre of excitement last Tuesday night as a number of civic groups, civil servants, and residents gathered to commemorate Queen Elizabeth's 60th year on the throne.
VENDORS AT the Linstead market have welcomed the announcement by Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller that the facility is to be renovated as part of Jamaica's 50th anniversary of Independence.
THE PORTLAND Parish Council is racing against the clock to carry out major drain-cleaning work in the low-line areas of Port Antonio and other divisions in an effort to minimise the effects of flooding during the Atlantic hurricane season.
A MOTHER has been charged with manslaughter arising from the death of her three-month-old baby boy in January last year. A six-member jury found Lillieth Palmer of Clarkes Street, Mount Salem, St James, criminally responsible for the death.
AN ADVISORY committee set up to examine the establishment of a single anti-corruption body to fight various elements of corruption in the public and private sector is to submit its report to the Ministry of Justice at the end of the month.
There's no greater love than that between a man and his yoga mat. Of course, this is not a hard and fast rule. In the case of Hado, the self-described nomadic natural healer and yoga instructor, however, it just might be true. He is never without it, and in a way, it signifies what he's all about.
It will be a bright summer for some 44 girls who will be part of the University of West Indies (UWI) Mary Seacole Hall's 'I'm Glad I'm a Girl' summer camp, which will begin July 8, through to July 15.
The Independent Commission of Investigations has taken over the investigation into the March 20 shooting death of 16-year-old Vanessa Kirkland by the police.
In less than three months, Jamaica celebrates 50 years of Independence.