Representatives from the Finance Ministry are expected to meet today with employees of Air Jamaica and the National Workers Union (NWU).
Lawyers representing Cash Plus Limited are expected in court to challenge the authority of the Financial Services Commission (FSC) to regulate the investment club, today
Opposition spokesman on Justice, Senator A.J Nicholson is opposing plans by the government to advertise the position of solicitor general.
A special constable from the St. Catherine North Police Division was granted bail in the sum of $10,000 on charges of breaches of the Corruption Prevention Act.
The decision by the United States Federal Reserve to significantly cut interest rates could have implications for Jamaica’s financial sector.
The Government is to set up trade councils in five countries.
The Government has announced that the minimum wage is to go up by $500 as of January 28.
The Parliamentary Secretary in the Health ministry and officials at the St. Ann’s Bay hospital agreed to tighten the security system at the facility.
Parliament’s Standing Orders Review Committee has agreed to limit the time that members can speak in the House of Representatives to 10 minutes.
The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) is advising members of the public that high winds and related high tides continue to deposit sea water and debris onto the Palisadoes Road.
The newest UNICEF report has again raised concerns about the number of children dying before they reach five years old in Jamaica.
Windalco Kirkvine Sports Club Two and Alpart will face off this evening in a lone match of the Northwest Development National Table Tennis Club League.
The police in Portmore, St. Catherine are working to determine the circumstances that led to the death of a resident whose partially decomposed body was found yesterday morning.
The police are holding a man wanted in connection with the murders of several persons in Rockfort, East Kingston last year.
The government is to provide more jobs in Information Technology (IT), through an expansion of the sector.
Industry and Commerce Minister, Karl Samuda revealed the government is working on a proposal to centralise the scrap metal industry in Riverton City, Kingston.
Deputy Commissioner in charge of Crime, Mark Shields has stated the constabulary force’s position on the reported code of silence among police personnel.
Security concerns head the agenda health representatives and the government will be discussing today.
The Anti-Corruption Branch of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is looking to introducing a plea bargaining policy to encourage police personnel to reveal wrongdoing within the force.
Convenor of Hear the Children Cry, Betty -Ann Blaine believes that the justice system is not sending a strong enough signal to perpetrators of crimes against children.
Detectives from Operation Kingfish have arrested a wanted member of the notorious Stone Crusher gang.
A Jamaican man from southeast London is facing six years behind bars and possible deportation, after he was found guilty of intending to supply crack cocaine and heroin.
Post mortems are being conducted on the bodies of the five men who were killed in a joint police/military operation in Tivoli Gardens, last week.
Transport Minister, Mike Henry is hopeful that the current state of the Palisadoes roadway in Kingston will be improved before the start of the next hurricane season in June.
Prime Minister, Bruce Golding, has ordered the Attorney General Senator, Dorothy Lightbourne to undertake an immediate review of the Evidence Act.