Sun | Sep 15, 2019

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Energy Minister Fayval Williams has responded to calls by her opposition counterpart, Phillip Paulwell, to shed light on new developments that could see the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) shutting its doors. Paulwell raised an alarm...
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The maximum $100 fine that was imposed on alleged gang leader Tesha Miller for an immigration violation remains on the books more than two years after it triggered public outcry. It spurred the Government to conduct a review of so-called paltry...

Foreign Affairs Minister Kamina Johnson Smith has revealed that 48 Jamaicans have sought the ministry’s assistance in locating relatives in the Hurricane Dorian-hit Bahamas. Already, some of them have been located. “Efforts to locate others are...

Lawmakers have backed away from the long prison sentence that was recommended in the long-anticipated data protection law for persons who fail to register as data processors. Section 18 (3) (c) of the proposed data protection bill made failing to...

Forty-five employees of the RJRGLEANER Communications Group have signed up to be part of a furtherance of education initiative, which is being spearheaded by the company’s Human Resource Department. RJRGLEANER CEO Gary Allen said that the aim of...

The spirit of collaboration was in the air yesterday as Pembroke Hall, Ardenne, and Haile Selassie high schools merged for a musical and drama piece while Vaz Preparatory and Holy Family Primary performed an incorporated dance routine at the launch...

Opposition Spokesman on Education and Training Ronald Thwaites has lauded the Ministry of Education’s move to twin a number of high schools in a pilot project aimed at boosting academic performances. “We must take little things to mark big results...

Mandeville, Manchester: There was some haggling over receipts for land registered to other persons, which were found at the home of one of the accused in the multimillion-dollar Manchester Municipal Corporation fraud case as the trial continued...

The St Catherine Municipal Corporation has committed US$5000 (J$678,000) to the relief efforts in The Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian. “Having heard of the problems of the destruction of...

Rampant corruption in his own North East Manchester constituency, incompetence of some members of the technical staff under his command, and an out-of-step Jamaica Agricultural Commodities Regulatory Authority (JACRA) are just some of the issues...
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