"Grace sell off!" declared Don Wehby, chief executive officer of GraceKennedy Group Limited, as he proudly displayed the distinguished trophy his company earned for its outstanding business accomplishments and contribution to national development in Jamaica last year.
People's National Party councillor for the Papine Division, Venesha Phillips, is expressing sadness over the death of Marlon King, a physically challenged man who was killed in an incident involving a Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) yesterday afternoon.
EXPORTERS of certain categories of processed food will no longer require a certificate to have their goods leave Jamaica.
When Sasha-Gaye Wilson got the call that she was the recipient of the New Era Homes 2000 Limited's Inaugural Scholarship, all her financial worries went through the door.
A seemingly invigorated Opposition Leader Andrew Holness vowed yesterday to expel the very spectre of disunity haunting the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) as he announced a 31-member council of spokespersons that he stressed does not reflect a future Cabinet.
THE RESORT town of Falmouth is said to be at risk of losing its identity as a heritage destination, even as three-quarter billion dollars is being pumped into making the town a worthwhile attraction for tourists while at the same time providing economic opportunities for locals.
FOLLOWING TALKS of engaging other areas of mining, such as limestone, commissioner of Mines and Geology, Clinton Thompson, has said though it is still on the table, it may take a while to get off the ground.
ENERGY MINISTER Phillip Paulwell said, on Wednesday, that the change in United States (US) policy to allow the export of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to the Caribbean is a major breakthrough for Jamaica.