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
St. James recorded a murder on the first day of the year. According to police reports, a man was shot dead about 7:40 last night in Glendevon
Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett, says restoration work will begin on Devon House in St Andrew this month.
A New York based Jamaican Diaspora group will be sending a team of medical professionals to Jamaica
The National Workers Union (NWU) instructed employees at the four branches of the Westmoreland Cooperative Credit Union to return to normal duties this morning.
A 26 year old Jamaican man has been sentenced to three years in a Guyanese prison and also fined GYD$10,000 after pleading guilty to trafficking in narcotics.
The police are reporting that two persons were killed in separate incidents in Clarendon and Kingston yesterday.
Police said the search is still ongoing for the missing St. Elizabeth banker, Michael Campbell.
Chairman of the All-Island Jamaica Cane Farmers Association, Allan Richards, is expressing optimism about the current sugar crop.
Director of Elections Danville Walker is scheduled to continue his testimony in the Supreme Court, in the election petition case involving West Portland Member of Parliament Daryl Vaz.
The Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) will continue its Internal Security Training exercise in the corporate area and St Catherine.
People’s National Party (PNP) spokesperson Lisa Hanna said that the party’s executive would meet this week to discuss several issues.
Executive members of the People’s National Party will be meeting this week to decide on a replacement for outgoing General Secretary, Donald Buchanan,
Professor Neville Duncan, University of the West Indies lecturer, is suggesting that Members of Parliament (MPs) with dual citizenship
St. Elizabeth police are still to charge Angella Reid, 33, who was taken into custody in connection with the death of an 11 year old boy.