The Government is considering selling its shares in the Clarendon-based Jamalco Alumina plant.
The UK-based Privy Council has ruled that the National Commercial Bank was right when it made the decision to close the accounts of investment club, Olint.
The National Workers Union (NWU) said it is dissatisfied with a decision by the government and the Air Jamaica management to implement aspects of its new business proposal without full consultation.
The Parliament granted approval for the Government to guarantee the repayment of 127.7 million US dollars to Alcoa.
Some public officials and agencies are to come under greater scrutiny as the government takes steps to address corruption at various entities.
The Prime Minister Bruce Golding is reporting that there could be a shut down of one or more local bauxite companies as the current economic crisis deepens.
One man is dead while a woman and her niece have been hospitalized in serious condition in an alleged case of attempted murder/suicide in Breadnut Walk, St Elizabeth.
The national carrier Air Jamaica has announced that it will be cutting several of its routes next month in an effort to cut cost.
The St. Andrew North Police have still not determined the cause death of gospel artiste Moses whose body was found in Gordon Town, St. Andrew this morning.
The St. Thomas police have arrested the common-law husband of the woman who was killed in a fire in Land Top in the parish on Sunday night.
A 15 year old Kingston schoolgirl has gone missing for the second time in less than a month.
The Police High Command said there could be more arrests in the case involving the theft of several truckloads of sand in Trelawny last year.
The government is moving to reform the operations of the Customs Department as part of its effort to promote investment and to stamp out corruption.
Police Constable Lascene Edwards, who is charged with the murder of the mother of his child Aldonna Harris, is to appear in the Home Circuit Court today.
Cannabis has been reclassified as a Class B drug in England and Wales, amid concerns that it impacts on mental health.
The government is expected today to table a supplementary estimate, which will see the country spending two to three percent, more than projected.
Tourism minister Edmund Bartlett is expected to leave the island later today for Spain to attend the FITUR tourism trade show.
Police detectives in St Thomas are still trying to determine the circumstances, which led to the death of a woman and her three grandchildren during a fire at their house at Land Top in the parish last night.
There is more pressure on the Government this afternoon over its decision to delay the announcement of an increase in the minimum wage.
The Portland police have charged 21 year old Odane Passley for the death of his common-law wife a week ago.
The National Works Agency (NWA) is reporting that several roadways in Portland and St Mary, which were impassable as a result of heavy rainfall, have been re-opened to single lane traffic.
The police high command has expressed confidence in the capabilities of its new video identification system, which was launched today.
The Jamaica Gasolene Retailers Association (JGRA) has signed a new wage agreement with service station attendants, bringing an end to a dispute over wage benefits.
Charity organisation Food for the Poor Jamaica has made the positions of fourteen workers redundant.
A woman is now in police custody after she allegedly stabbed her child’s father in Stony Hill St. Andrew this morning.