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You live in a society where everybody steals. Do you choose to steal? The probability that you will be caught is low because the police are very busy chasing other thieves, and, even if you do get caught, the chances of your being punished severely...

IN THE weeks since the United States (US) revealed its decision to exit the Paris Agreement, Jamaican stakeholders appear to have come to terms with it, some going as far as to suggest it augurs well for those sticking with the deal."I am glad that...

The long-announced increased payments under the Programme of Advancement through Health and Education (PATH) came into effect on June 1.Information Minister Ruel Reid told journalists at a post Cabinet media briefing yesterday that the Cabinet had...

Nestle Jamaica, in its bid to highlight its mandate of creating shared value within communities across Jamaica, recently launched its Employee Volunteer Programme, where members of the global food company will take time out to participate in the...

Some 100 young, ambitious professionals, shining with potential, assembled for a quick photo outside the R. Danny Williams Building of Sagicor Group Jamaica's head office in New Kingston during their orientation session of the group's Summer...

Jamaica's aspirations to increase economic growth to a consistent five per cent per annum in the next couple of years depend on the country's ability to mobilise meaningful increases in the value added and productivity of local industries....

A Development Applications Review Process Public Portal 11 has been created to improve the process of application for environmental and construction permits.It is part of the Application Management and Data Automation (AMANDA) system aimed at...

Minister of Transport and Mining Mike Henry is calling for a change in the behaviour of road users in order to reduce road fatalities.He noted that while road fatalities to date are 25 less than the 185 deaths recorded over the corresponding period...
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