Another company has announced plans to cut jobs in light of the impact of the global economic downturn.
The President of the National Transport Cooperative Society, (NTCS) Ezroy Millwood, said he’s uncertain about the future of his company and bus operators.
Seven years after the passage of the Access to Information Act, the Officials Secrets Act is yet to be repealed.
A number of gas stations in the corporate area are now low on fuel in the wake of the strike action by tanker drivers on Tuesday.
The Association for the Resettlement of Returning Residents is reporting that since the start of the year, 27 returnees have been attacked on their way home from the airport.
Sagicor Financial Group today sent home more than 40 workers as part of what the company says is a comprehensive organisational restructuring.
The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ), is advising the public that March 31 is the deadline to register for the next voter’s list, which is to be published in May 2009.
The Education Ministry is reporting that there were only a few glitches today on day one of the Grade Six Achievement Test, GSAT.
The National Works Agency, NWA, has closed the section of Milford Road in Ocho Rios, St. Ann in the vicinity of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
The health ministry has announced that more pharmacy technicians are to be recruited in the public system to ease the delays in dispensing medication.
The husband of the late Christine Hewitt has been charged with her murder. His arrest comes almost three years after she was killed in St. Catherine.
The Central Village Police in St. Catherine South are investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting death of a man at his home at Browns Lane, Central Village this morning.
The National Security Minister Colonel Trevor McMillan has demanded a report from the Jamaica Defence Force regarding the conduct of two soldiers at a crime scene yesterday.
The body of 31 year old Kirk Headley of Paddington Terrace, Kingston 6 was found suspended from a length of rope from the rear patio of his home this morning.
Investigators are at this hour questioning reggae artiste Luciano in connection with yesterday’s shootout between a gunman and the police at his St. Andrew home studio.
There is no word yet as to whether the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) will take action against two soldiers for their conduct while on duty at the crime scene yesterday.
The Finance Ministry has received a well-needed boost for its coffers through a European Commission (EU) two billion dollar presentation.
The Jamaica Labour Party’s (JLP) Member of Parliament elect for West Portland Daryl Vaz is to be sworn in next week Tuesday.
The man who was injured in a fire at Cool Petroleum Limited\'s Newport West fuel depot, on Sunday has died.
Six policemen are to return to court next month on criminal charges for various offences committed last year.
The Government is to help the beleaguered Caribbean Christian Centre for the deaf, which is on the verge of closing its Kingston campus.
The May Pen CIB has commenced investigations into the circumstances surrounding the murder of a man at Girvon Avenue, May Pen, Clarendon yesterday morning.
The Bruce Golding led cabinet is today expected to sign off on its planned expenditure for the 2009/2010 fiscal year.
Up to late last night detectives were still questioning popular reggae artist Luciano in connection with a daring shooting incident at his St Andrew home and studio which left three policemen wounded and an alleged gunman dead.
The Bureau of Special Investigations (BSI) is reporting that several police personnel were arrested between February 17 and 27 for various offences committed last year.