There are reports that heavy rainfall in the parish of Hanover has affected traffic flow along the section of the North-coast Highway, between Tryall and Lucea.
The senate today passed an amendment to the Bank of Jamaica Act.
The finance minister Audley Shaw has announced that Jamaica will be getting overseas help to reform its tax system.
The May Pen Branch of First Caribbean Bank is the latest in a series of Clarendon businesses to be broken into by thieves.
The Department of Corrections is seeking to have a new female juvenile facility established.
The Jamaica Public Service (JPS) is reporting that some of its customers in Cascade, Trelawny, are without their regular power supply.
The Supreme Court this morning dismissed an application by liquor company J Wray and Nephew for a judicial review against a ruling by the Industrial Disputes Tribunal (IDT).
The Police High Command is seeking the public’s help to find the persons responsible for the death of Constable Delroy Brown, who was murdered in Seaview Gardens, St Andrew last night.
The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) will be able to address the demands for public transportation come December.
The Practical Nurses Association of Jamaica has called off its protest following a meeting with Labour Minister, Pearnel Charles this morning.
Another member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), has been killed.
Cash Plus Liquidator, Hugh Wildman, has filed a suit against former Cash Plus Boss, Carlos Hill to recover money for depositors of the failed investment club.
The Constabulary Communication Network (CCN), is reporting that 32 children who went missing over the past two months have been safely returned home.
The National Contracts Commission has approved a contract for 69 million Euros to acquire an additional 200 buses for the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC).
The Cabinet has approved a JA$32 million contract to upgrade the roads and water supply system in Jones Town, St Andrew.
The National Transformation Programme branded ‘Fresh Start Jamaica’ is to hold a meeting with transport operators in the corporate area today, regarding several concerns about the sector.
The Education Minister Andrew Holness is calling for stronger action to be taken against parents’ whose children commit crimes.
The health ministry is reporting that the number of Influenza A, H1N1, cases has now moved to 133.
Nearly $1 billion in fees from cruise line passengers, representing the cruise component of the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), is yet to be collected since 2005.
The health ministry is to look at additional ways to improve the country’s immunization coverage.
American political officer Dr Don Baker is lauding Jamaica for creating a Charter of Rights Bill.
Dr Baker has admitted that the United States has made grave human rights errors.
Minister of Finance Audley Shaw says a team from the International Monetary Fund, (IMF) will visit the island next week to continue discussions with the government.
The Finance Minister Audley Shaw says the government is considering putting a stop to certain waivers in an effort to reform the country’s tax system.
The Government could be asked to pay more than $133 million to American Airlines as part of a revenue guarantee airlift agreement signed last November.