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Stories by Ainsworth Morris/Staff Reporter

Published:Friday | September 24, 2021 | 12:08 AMAinsworth Morris/Staff Reporter

Rank and file cops are hoping that the Government will fast-track the process to pay salaries owed to them for overtime work since 2018 in time for Christmas. The Jamaica Police Federation had filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Finance and the...

Published:Thursday | September 23, 2021 | 12:06 AMAinsworth Morris/Staff Reporter

Several anti-COVID-19 vaccine protesters were arrested yesterday amid shouts of “Murder! Murder!” as they disobeyed an order not to march with the Joseph Patterson-led United Independent Congress (UIC) to Gordon House in Kingston. The march was...

Published:Tuesday | September 21, 2021 | 12:08 AMAinsworth Morris/Staff Reporter

When Dewayne Cameron received a call on Saturday that his three-year-old son, Jamarie, was allegedly badly injured in a domestic dispute in St Catherine, he became so angry that he had to discontinue his participation in a video shoot under way....

Published:Friday | September 17, 2021 | 12:10 AMAinsworth Morris/Staff Reporter

The business community has welcomed news of the ending of the weekly three-day lockdowns which they complained was threatening the viability of their operations. On Wednesday, as he announced the latest restrictions to curtail the spread of the...

Published:Wednesday | September 15, 2021 | 12:10 AMAinsworth Morris/Staff Reporter

Every time Taariq Abdul-Majeed enters an airport, he is seized with dread that his name will boom from a loudspeaker or that he will beckoned by the daunting index finger of a security official to step out of the line. It’s happened in Dubai. In...

Published:Tuesday | September 14, 2021 | 12:09 AMAinsworth Morris/Staff Reporter

Eighteen months after the COVID-19 pandemic threw the education sector into disarray after the first case of the coronavirus was confirmed on the island, some parents are concerned that their children remain at a disadvantage as their inability to...

Published:Thursday | September 9, 2021 | 12:11 AMAinsworth Morris/Staff Reporter

Two local business leaders with interests in Africa have expressed support for Prime Minister Andrew Holness’ call for CARICOM countries to strengthen their bond with the continent. Holness made the call while addressing Tuesday’s inaugural CARICOM...

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