The trial of the policeman and two civilians charged with the series of robberies of returned residents is to continue in the Gun Court on July 16.
The Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC) has put forward eight critical items it wants the Government to prioritise this year.
West Portland Member of Parliament Daryl Vaz is among Ministers assigned Cabinet responsibilities in the Cabinet reshuffle announced by Prime Minister Bruce Golding this afternoon.
The former National Security Minister Colonel Trevor MacMillan said he has accepted the prime minister’s decision to have him step down from the Cabinet.
The police commissioner Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin said he is prepared to work with new national security minister.
Peoples National Party President Portia Simpson-Miller has described the Prime Minister’s announcement to take a pay cut as merely an act of tokenism.
Prime Minister Bruce Golding has made significant changes in the Cabinet.
Former Finance Minister spokesman on Finance Dr. Omar Davies is insisting that he acted above board in the sale of Air Jamaica’s Heathrow slot to Virgin Atlantic in 2007.
Reports have surfaced that National Security Minister Colonel Trevor MacMillan has resigned.
Vice president of the Jamaica Confederation of Trade Unions (JCTU), Danny Roberts, said no agreement was reached with the government regarding a wage freeze for public sector workers.
Financial Analyst Ralston Hyman said the Prime Minister’s pre-budget speech fell short on critical information regarding how the government intends to deal with the global financial crisis.
The Justice Ministry is again warning members of the public to desist from handing over Court fees, fines or other payments to unauthorised individuals.
Forty-nine year old labourer, Clive Senior was killed at his home in Townhead District, Westmoreland around 1.30 a.m. this morning.
Colonel Trevor McMillan has resigned as National Security Minister
Prime Minister Bruce Golding last night announced a raft of measures including a freeze on public sector salaries as the Government moves to contain expenditure.
The former finance minister Dr Omar Davies is rejecting claims by the Contractor General following his probe into the sale of Air Jamaica’s London Heathrow routes to Virgin Atlantic.
The Customs Contraband Enforcement Team has made another drug seizure at the Sangster International Airport.
The Police High Command is reporting that 11 persons who were wanted for various crimes were captured in several joint task force operations last month.
Fourteen suspended engineers employed to Air Jamaica should be back on the job today.
South St Andrew MP Dr Omar Davies is rejecting an Australian documentary quoting him as saying he finances a criminal gang in his constituency.
In a dramatic turn of events, Police Commissioner Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin today disclosed that a man who impersonated police personnel in St James was deliberately recruited and placed at the Mount Salem station.
Air Jamaica has announced that it will be increasing daily flights out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the upcoming summer.
The World Bank is urging Caribbean countries to deepen regional cooperation and develop service industries.
A debate on a bill to amend the Financial Administration and Audit Act was suspended in the Senate today after Opposition senator Mark Golding exposed a litany of shortcomings.
The police in Manchester are trying to determine why a construction worker was shot dead by gunmen in the parish this morning.