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Delroy Coley

President of the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA), Richard Pandohie, has vowed that his organisation will resist any attempt to centralise the importation of refined sugar, through the Sugar Industry Authority (SIA), which a...

The latest kerfuffle in Kingston’s nightlife is a brewing intellectual property war. Fridays At The Devon is a weekly event held at Reggae Mill Bar, which quickly settled into the entertainment calendar as a staple offering for those looking for a...

WESTERN BUREAU: The principal of Cornwall College was allegedly forced to ditch his jacket yesterday as an irate woman tried to force him to provide an explanation for the suspension of her son. The dispute escalated when the mother got into a...

HWT cabbies fined The men charged in relation to the mowing down of two pedestrians on Eastwood Park Road in Half-Way Tree, St Andrew, on October 23 were fined a total of $110,000 in the Traffic Court on Tuesday. Chad Ingram pleaded guilty to...

The Government has earmarked $1.3 billion, broken down into $15-million allocations, to each of the 63 constituencies across the island, to roll out a four-month sanitation, drain-cleaning and beautification programme. At the same time, with the...

The top American diplomat in Jamaica has questioned why local authorities have not been able to stem the flow of illegal guns coming into the island. At the same time, United States (US) ambassador to Jamaica, Donald Tapia, has disclosed that...

Councillor Kari Douglas has taken a swipe at her political colleagues, accusing senior members of the People’s National Party (PNP) of using news of her recent confrontation with a doctor at the Bustamante Hospital for Children as part of a...

St Ann’s Bay Mayor Michael Belnavis is dismissing a resolution to be tabled at Thursday’s general meeting by the minority councillors of the People’s National Party (PNP) to boot Brown’s Town Councillor Kim Brown-Lawrence, who is facing charges in...

A Full Court ruling that Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) officers have no power to compel police personnel under probe to answer questions during an interrogation has been hailed by the Police Federation as a landmark victory....

Chairman of the LASCO Group of Companies, Lascelles Chin, has sought to assure business owners at the White Marl Small Industrial Complex that their operations will not be disrupted if his company is successful in acquiring the facility. Last week...
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