Spanish Ambassador to Jamaica, Jesus Silva has announced a group of Spanish investors are to undertake a major project in health tourism later this year, in Jamaica.
The Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ) will not be participating in the third Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for public sector workers, currently being negotiated.
The Supreme Court could make a determination in the election petition hearing involving Member of Parliament (MP) for Western Portland, Daryl Vaz today.
The driver implicated in yesterday’s motor vehicle accident on the Nelson Mandela Highway, which left an elderly woman dead could face prosecution.
Parliament is being asked to remove the power of the police to seize the vehicles belonging to route taxi operators who do not have the required road licence.
Embattled investment scheme, Cash Plus Limited has lost another round in its legal battle against the National Commercial Bank (NCB).
The Government and the Opposition have agreed to establish several bi-partisan committees to review and report on critical national issues.
The Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) is supporting measures announced by the Education Ministry to address the growing problem of violence in schools.
The state owned oil refinery Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (Petrojam) announced increased prices for some of its petroleum products effective today.
Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) candidate Barrington, Gray and MP for eastern Hanover, Dr D.K. Duncan are to return to court today to settle a dispute over the service of an election petition.
Commissioner of Police, Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin is encouraging police to be more vigilant in their effort to prevent illegal guns from entering the island.
The Bakers Association of Jamaica raised concerns about the future implications the high cost for raw material will have on the baking industry.
Prime Minister Bruce Golding has hinted that the post mortem results for the five men who were killed in Tivoli Gardens earlier this month will be shocking.
The Mandeville police arrested Two Haitians and a Jamaican for illegal possession of a firearm.
There are reports this afternoon that the island’s air traffic controllers are restive.
The Montego Bay police are hunting the driver of a motor vehicle, which killed two brothers on the Flankers Main Road yesterday.
Prime Minister, Bruce Golding announced plans to develop the eastern section of the island during a Real Estate Symposium at the Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston today.
The government and the union representing workers at the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC), have signed a proposal to make the positions of 340 workers redundant.
The Broadcasting Commission has taken action against News Talk 93 FM for transmitting what it calls derogatory and abusive comments by a presenter at the radio station.
Jamaicans will be given an opportunity to interact with the Prime Minister this evening during his new one-hour radio call-in programme, ‘Jamaica House Live’ .
The Vale Royal Talks between the government and opposition resumed today.
The Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ) has called an extraordinary general meeting of all its members for the NAJ Secretariat in Kingston today.
The Olympic Gardens Police in Kingston are seeking the help of the public to locate a 15 year old girl, who has been missing for three day now.
The Spanish Town police in St. Catherine believe an elderly man committed suicide following a dispute with his common law wife.
Former Prime Minister, Edward Seaga is proposing a cut in the size of the public sector to reduce the effects of the expected US recession on Jamaica.