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Telecommunications company Caricel has vowed to use “every resources at our disposal” to fight the Government’s decision to shut down its operations. “It is a travesty of justice that our Government could find no other way...

Bandele Sankofa’s plans to watch the English Premiere league match between Liverpool and Manchester United on Sunday were cut short by a horrific nightmare for him and his family after he received a call that his niece, Dr. Nadia...

The Supreme Court has cleared the way for the Industrial Disputes Tribunal (IDT) to hear the case between Petrojam and its former general manager Howard Mollison, who was fired with immediate effect in July 2016, almost one year before his contract...

WESTERN BUREAU:The recent announcement by the Government of plans to construct a bypass to ease the perennial congestion in Lucea, Hanover, is stirring much discussion in the Hanover Municipal Corporation (HMC), with at least one Councillor voicing...

Government Senator Matthew Samuda says there will be no unfair advantages for manufacturers and distributors under the impending January 1, 2019, single-use plastic ban.He was speaking at a 'Consumer Talk' on the ban, hosted by the National...

WESTERN BUREAU:Zachaeus Smith, vice-president of the New York-based Northeast Alumni and Friends of Godfrey Stewart High School (NAF), wants to see the removal of political influence from the education sector. He is calling for the creation of an...

The possibilities for the explosion of Jamaica's medical marijuana industry have attracted the interest of another major multinational corporation that wants to set up shop in Jamaica. And it says it has a plan to ensure that the traditional small...

Howard Mitchell, president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ), has indicated that he wants to know if further extensions of the states of emergency (SOEs) are legal before giving them his blessing."I fully understand it and...

Churches are among the main beneficiaries of the proceeds of gambling revenue collected by the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission (BGLC) to which they apply for sponsorship support and other ventures.It came to light last Thursday that despite...

Leader of the Opposition, Dr Peter Phillips, has repudiated reports in the media that Prime Minister Andrew Holness had said that "twenty dangerous criminals" will be unleashed in St James at the end of the state of emergency on January 31, 2019....
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