$Million pothole

A JAMAICA URBAN TRANSIT COMPANY (JUTC) driver, who claimed to have injured his back after the bus he was driving fell into potholes in the Corporate Area, has been awarded close to $1 million by a high court judge.

Commissioners sworn in for western Kingston enquiry

The pending Commission of Enquiry into the military incursion in western Kingston took another step towards reality yesterday when three commissioners were sworn in at The Pegasus hotel in New Kingston.

Government, unions meet over impact of bus fare increase

The government is contemplating the implementation of a concessionary bus fare for public-sector workers.

Students urged to conquer challenges

With mere hours to go before the start of the new academic year, students are being encouraged to remain focused and to maintain a positive attitude.

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Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) is advising members of the public that they may encounter some inconvenience with the processing of driver's licences at revenue service centres islandwide.

Let's use agro parks to combat drought, says Kellier

Derrick Kellier, the acting minister of agriculture and fisheries, has announced that the ministry has begun to put measures in place to make agro parks and greenhouse farming a viable option to combat Jamaica's ongoing drought conditions.

Wrestling camp exposes raw talent

IN THE bed, the living room, the backyard, front yard, school yard, play field and even in the church yard, Jamaican youngsters are always wrestling one another.

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