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SPANISH TOWN, St Catherine:EXCEPT FOR the two major projects in Spanish Town and Portmore, Labour Day activities in St Catherine started off with little or no enthusiasm on the part of citizens.The St Catherine parish project - the 3D project -...

Members of the RUBiS service stations were among thecorporatecompanies that laboured in love on Monday across the island.

OCHO RIOS, St Ann:LABOUR DAY 2015 in St Ann saw corporate Jamaica teaming with public-sector entities to give back to the various communities across the parish.For the eighth straight year, the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA) Ocho Rios...

The Broadcasting Commission has extended by three months, the deadline for cable companies to remove illegal channels from their listing. On April 24, cable operators were given until May 31 to remove 19 channels in the first instance. But the...

Four men implicated in the multimillion-dollar fraud probe involving used-car dealership, CarMax Jamaica Limited, are to return to court today. They are to appear before the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court. Forty-six-year-old...

The Police Federation, which represents rank-and-file members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, has revealed that it spent $58 million on legal fees last financial year.This was disclosed by the Federation's general secretary, Detective Corporal...

The Jamaica Fire Brigade is appealing to Jamaicans to avoid burning garbage generated from Labour Day activities. Public Relations Officer, Emeleo Ebanks, says citizens should be mindful that Jamaica is still experiencing dry conditions. According...

One of the executives of used-car dealership CarMax who is implicated in a multi-million dollar fraud probe was granted bail today in the sum of $10 million. The businessman, Darren Blake, has been before the courts since April 15 and has been in...

A high-ranking policeman today admitted at the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry that local law enforcement authorities had contemplated what is described as a soft detention of drug kingpin Christopher 'Dudus' Coke in August 2009. Deputy...

Attorney-at-Law, Don Foote, received an extension to his bail when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on charges of fraudulent conversion. He was ordered to return on July 31. Foote was charged almost two weeks ago....
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