Pilots at the national airline, Air Jamaica, are yet to be told how many of them will be sacked as a meeting with the management of the airline failed to get off the ground yesterday.
Members of the cabinet are to begin a special two-day meeting today.
One of the 14 persons who died in the tragic accident involving a market truck in the Rio Grande Valley last month is to be buried today.
Motorists are to see a reduction in the prices of some petroleum products when they go to the pumps today.
The country’s leaders are to meet in Kingston today for the 29th staging of the National leadership Prayer Breakfast.
Alumina Partners of Jamaica (ALPART) is to cut 250 more jobs following a reduction in production volume starting tomorrow.
Motorists are to see a reduction in the prices of some petroleum products come tomorrow.
The Police High Command is reporting that close to one hundred children were murdered by criminals last year.
Prince Vale, 25, who is charged with the murder of Anglican priest, Father Richard Johnson has been found guilty of manslaughter.
The driver of the market truck, which crashed in Portland killing 14 persons, today had his bail reduced when he appeared in the Buff Bay Resident Magistrates court.
Member of Parliament for East Portland, Dr. Donald Rhodd has expressed disappointment with the slow response of the government to repair the roads in the Upper Rio Grande Valley.
The Ministry of Tourism is offering $50 million in loans to ground transport operators in the industry.
Investigators in Montego Bay St. James are yet to establish a motive for today’s killing of two women in the parish.
The Customs Department said it seized more than US$500,000 at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St James on Christmas Day.
Investigators are still to establish a reason for the drive-by shooting along Lincoln Crescent, Kingston 5 last night that left two men dead.
A 35 year old man who was arrested after he was found with US dollar counterfeit notes is to appear in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court tomorrow.
A British court has heard that a criminal lawyer allegedly assisted illegal Jamaican immigrants to obtain fake United Kingdom passports.
Jamaica’s high murder rate has drawn the attention of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Today is the last day for employers and self employed persons to file their annual income and education tax returns.
The driver of the ill-fated truck, which was involved in an accident in Portland last month, which claimed 14 lives is expected back in court today.
The Jamaican High Commission in Canada said a scam has been running in local newspapers that Mont Royal Hotel in Montreal Canada, is recruiting Jamaicans.
The government has taken one step closer to reducing the backlog in the island’s courts.
Immediate past president of the Jamaica Pentecostal Union, Bishop Everton Thomas, believes the appointment of Dr. Patrick Allen will take Jamaica in a new moral direction.
The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) has announced that it will as of this month be inspecting customers’ electricity meters on a more frequent basis.
Prime Minister Bruce Golding this afternoon in parliament confirmed the resignation of Governor General Professor Sir Kenneth Hall from that post.