The United States Embassy in Kingston is to resume its Walk-in Visa Reissuance service on a Monday for persons already holding a B1/B2 multiple-entry visitor\'s visa.
Michael Grandison and Peter Bandoo are to reappear in court today in connection with the June 2005 murder of owner of the Merrils 3 resort in Negril, Sandra McLeod.
The labour ministry has invited workers employed with Jamaican Infrastructure Operator Limited and their union to a meeting today.
The Labour Minister, Pearnel Charles has instructed the management of the St. Ann Bauxite Company and the union representing employees at the company to resume wage talk.
The People\'s National Party councilor caretaker who has been charged in connection with a quantity of light bulbs found at a house in St. Andrew is to appear in court today.
The National Water Commission, NWC will know on Monday if the increase being sought by the company has been approved by the Office of Utilities Regulation, OUR.
The Labour Ministry has announced increased fees for its work permit programme.
Agriculture Minister, Dr. Christopher Tufton called upon farmers to get registered with the Rural Agricultural Development Authority, RADA, to ensure proper marketing of their produce.
British High Commissioner, Jeremy Croswell will today be donating over $20 million worth of equipment and supplies to the Jamaica Constabulary Force.
The suspect held in connection with yesterday’s death of a farmer in Clarendon is to be charged shortly.
The Transport and Works Ministry has granted a 30-day stay on the introduction of a sub-franchise fee by the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) for taxi operators in St. Catherine.
Leader of the Opposition and President of the People’s National Party (PNP), Portia Simpson Miller said the party has still not decided on its response to the announced increase in mortgage rates at the National Housing Trust (NHT).
Former government minister, Keeble Munn is to be accorded an official funeral.
A 28 year old man, whose identity is being withheld by the police, has been jailed in connection to a United States lottery scam.
Motorists can expect to pay more for a litre of gas effective today.
The Bureau of Standards said it would be seeking to identify the distributor of a poisonous toy that caused harm to more than 30 children at a school in Portland on Tuesday.
The Government has announced that the Jamaica Customs Department is to be made into an executive agency of government.
The Kingston central police are seeking a man known as Bogie in connection with the murder of another man in downtown Kingston yesterday afternoon.
The Half Way Tree police are also trying to determine the circumstances leading to the stabbing death of another man on Constant Spring Road yesterday.
The union representing workers at the St. Ann Bauxite Limited has carried out its threat to disrupt the company’s operation.
One man was killed in a two-vehicle collision along the Linstead Bypass in St. Catherine, this morning.
A member of the Jamaica constabulary Force (JCF) was yesterday found guilty of Simple Larceny in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate\'s Court.
Classes at the Ocho Rios primary school in St. Ann are expected to resume this morning.
Prime Minister Bruce Golding is to table a bill in parliament today, to establish an independent authority to investigate abuses by members of the security forces
Lawyers for the investment club OLINT are now trying to convince the Court of Appeal to extend the injunction, which bars the National Commercial Bank (NCB) from closing its accounts.