Caribbean Real Estate Investment Fund (CAREIF) is taking issue with the Financial Services Commission (FSC) for calling the company an unregistered investment scheme
Mr. Smith said he is encouraged by the success of the new joint police/military task force.
Minister of Security, Derrick Smith pledged the government’s support for a new phased anti crime initiative of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
Agriculture Ministry has extended the closed season for Conch fishing until February 29.
People’s National Party (PNP) will be naming a replacement for general secretary, Donald Buchanan, later this month.
Two persons were shot dead on Mountain Avenue in Kingston last night.
Popular dancehall entertainer, Byron ‘Bascom X’ Sudlow is to return to court today on gun related charges.
Minister of Health and Environment, Rudyard Spencer and State Minister with responsibility for Local Government, Robert Montague are expected to inspect the RIU hotel
The Finance Ministry is hoping to sign a new wage agreement with public sector workers by April.
Electoral Commission of Jamaica (EOC) advised that the expiration date on voter identification cards which expired on December 31, 2007 has been extended
An elderly man was killed after he was hit by a motor vehicle on Barbican Road in Kingston last night.
A Clarendon man was shot dead in Hayes in the parish last night.
Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett said the renovation work on Devon House slated to begin this month, will cost more than $50 million.
NSWMA boss denied that her distribution of gifts in the South East St. Andrew constituency presents a conflict of interest.
Head of the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA), Joan Gordon-Webly said she has written to Commissioner of Police,
The Electoral Commission of Jamaica is to meet on January 16, 2008 to discuss the concerns about the eligibility of Danville Walker for the post of Director of Elections
The Prime Minister says the controversy involving the Public Service Commission, PSC, will soon be over
The University of the West Indies, UWI, has announced that there will be increased security arrangements on its Mona campus as of this semester
The University and Allied Workers Union, UAWU, has asked the Labour Ministry to undertake a Representation Rights Poll on behalf of workers at the Iberostar Hotel
Motorists are to pay nearly $2.00 more for gas when they go to the pumps tomorrow.
Member of Parliament for South East St Andrew, Maxine Henry-Wilson, is questioning the current role of Joan Gordon Webley in the constituency
The management of the Westmoreland Credit Union is to review its bonus payment system for employees
The two main political leaders have called for renewed emphasis on the family to help to correct some of Jamaica’s social problems, this year.
The Minister of Labour, Pearnel Charles, says starting this month there will be some changes to the current work permit system.
And a 65 year old cane cutter from Kemps Hill in Clarendon is the first reported casualty of a fatal traffic accident in the parish