Tuesday, October 23, 2018

TWO COPS INJURED IN ST ELIZABETH ACCIDENT

Two members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) have been hospitalised following a motor vehicle accident along the Rocky...

JSIF says $252-M zinc-fence removal project aims at security

Managing Director of the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) Omar Sweeney, says the $252-million zinc-fence removal programme being undertaken...

JN to pay for CSEC Mathematics

The Jamaica National Bank will soon be paying for Caribbean Secondary Examination Council CSEC Mathematics. This was announced by Education...

NWU says meeting with JPS management ‘fruitful’

The National Workers Union (NWU) has described yesterday's (Wed) meeting at the Labour Ministry with the management of the...

Nutrition Products to halt supply of bag juice to schools

Effective September, Nutrition Products Limited (NPL) will no longer be permitted to supply the popular "bag juice" to public...

BUSTAMANTE HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN ACCEPTING EMERGENCY CASES ONLY

Workers at the Bustamante Children's Hospital walked off the job this afternoon (Thurs), demanding improved security at the facility. The...

CORNED BEEF BAN STILL IN EFFECT

  The Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries,  Karl Samuda has announced that the ban on the importation of...

BRITAIN’S PARLIAMENT ON LOCK DOWN

Britain's Parliament is on lock down after a knife-wielding attacker stabbed an officer, then was shot by police. London Police...

GOV’T BEGINS TESTING CORNED BEEF IMPORTED FROM BRAZIL, FOLLOWING ROTTEN MEAT SCANDAL

The Agriculture Ministry is expected today (Tues) to begin the testing of corned beef already in the island. This is...

US BANS ELECTRONICS ON SOME FLIGHTS

The US has announced a ban on large electronic devices from cabin baggage on passenger flights from eight Muslim-majority...
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