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Stern and threatening warning was directed at 84 new justices of the peace (JPs) who were commissioned on Sunday that if fingers are pointed at them for reasons deemed slanderous or for dishonest behaviour, they will be swiftly decommissioned.The...

Realising that international partners are in no way responsible for the safety and security of Jamaica, its waters, or its borders, the Jamaica Constabulary Force, through a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed with the Customs Agency of Jamaica...

The following is a contribution ahead of the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) conference set for The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kingston, between January 24 and 26.Transitioning from poverty to prosperity might be more easily said than done for Jamaica...

'A man of superb strength and character' is an accurate way to describe Marlon James, distinguished writer in residence and associate professor of English at Macalester College in St Paul, Minnesota.The Book of Night Women, John Crow's Devil, and A...

Technology giant Huawei beat out the competition to be named 'Best Consumer Electronics Brand' during the Best Brands 2016 awards ceremony, organised by The Serviceplan Group, Europe's largest independent communications agency, in Shanghai recently....

CARICOM has fallen short of its target of 20 per cent renewable power capacity by 2017 - as reflected in the Caribbean Sustainable Energy Roadmap and Strategy (C-SERMS) - but all is not lost."Yes, we missed the 2017 target," said Dr Devon Gardner,...

Caribbean leaders grapple daily with attracting the bucket loads of money and technical know-how it requires to transform the energy sector to include renewable sources, thereby warding off climate threats, while putting a dent in a ballooning...

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Kamina Johnson Smith is to lobby the European Union (EU) for the creation of a special visa regime for professionals and artistes seeking to operate under the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA)."The EU...

'Energy, climate, and sustainable development' is among the subjects to be discussed at next week's highly anticipated Caribbean Sustainable Energy Forum (CSEF) in The Bahamas.The forum will kick off at the British Colonial Hilton in Nassau on...

Auditor General Pamela Monroe Ellis said despite highlighting an overpayment of US$5,025 to a former senior officer ofthe Jamaica Liaison Service (JLS) in 2014, to date there is no evidence that the money has been repaid.The JLS administers the...
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