A 29 year old Clarendon teacher is scheduled to appear in the May Pen Resident Magistrate’s Court on Monday on gun-related charges.
The Office of Utilities Regulations (OUR) is tightening its scrutiny of utility companies.
The Opposition People\'s National Party is renewing calls for the Government to liberalize the electricity distribution industry.
The People\'s National Party takes its National Executive Council (NEC) meeting to Runaway Bay, St Ann on Sunday.
The Mayor of Portmore Keith Hinds says he does not believe the impending discount on Highway 2000 toll charges is adequate.
Jamaican producer, songwriter and singer Jimmy Cliff has been nominated to be inducted in the prestigious American Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Winston Taylor, the mini bus driver responsible for the death of a 7 year old schoolboy is to go to court on Tuesday.
A 15 year old schoolgirl is now dead following a three-vehicle crash along the three Miles Main Road in Westmoreland yesterday afternoon.
The Jamaica Public Service Company, JPS has been granted a 3 per cent increase on the non-fuel rate on electricity bills effective October one.
The JPS says its disappointed at the modest level of increase approved by the OUR.
The OUR has introduced a new quality of standards for the JPS, which will see its customers receiving more compensation when the light and power company fails to deliver efficient service.
The Western Regional Gun Court has found 22-year-old Stephen Fray guilty on eight charges of ten charges leveled against him following his attempt to hijack a Canjet flight.
The chief negotiator at the attempted hijack Reverend Courtney Walters today spoke publicly for the first time since the incident.
The island’s nurses today agreed to return to work following an emergency meeting at the Labour Ministry.
The Opposition PNP has renewed its call for the government to revive the process of having the Caribbean Court of Justice, CCJ as Jamaica’s final appellate court.
Air Jamaica today announced a revision in its baggage regulations for passengers with tickets issued on or after September 25, for travel beginning October 14.
The island’s nurses have agreed to return to work by 2 p.m. this afternoon.
The Parliamentary Opposition has renewed its advocacy for the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to be Jamaica\'s final court of appeal.
The Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) could announce a 13 per cent average increase on the non-fuel charge on electricity bills.
The National Water Commission (NWC) says it will be working to correct the problems at the sewerage system that serves the community of Stadium Gardens.
A 32 year old man was shot dead in the Port Morant Square in St. Thomas last night.
The Labour Minister Pearnel Charles has scheduled a meeting for this morning with the representatives of the Nurses’ Association of Jamaica (NAJ).
The Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) is to announce today whether it will be granting a rate increase for the Jamaica Public Service (JPS).
The Police have launched a search for a man who was involved in a violent machete attack on a taxi operator in Papine, St Andrew on Tuesday.
The Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) will start circulating the new $5000 note today.