• Gov’t and Carib Cement sign agreement to facilitate conversion of old tyres to energy

    Government and Carib Cement today (July 22) signed an agreement that will enable the company to test out over a 40 day period, a project to convert old
  • Sunshine girls roll past Zimbabwe and into 5th place playoff at INF Netball World Cup

    The Sunshine Girls turned in a disciplined performance on Friday and rolled past Zimbabwe 77-47 to book a spot in the fifth place playoff at the INF
  • Senate approves SOE St Andrew extension

    The Senate today approved the extension for the state of public emergency in St. Andrew, until October 5. Westmoreland, St. James, and Hanover are
  • Opposition concerned about slow economic growth

    The Opposition People’s National Party has raised concern over the slow growth in the economy.   Opposition Spokesman on Finance Mark Golding,
  • Opposition to host anti-crime consultation

    After months of calling on government to meet with stakeholders to tackle crime, the opposition has decided to host a national consultation to develop
  • PNP apologizes for past alleged corruption

    The Opposition People’s National Party has expressed regret for alleged corrupt practices that may have occurred when the party formed the government. Vice
  • EDU MIN denies claims it destroyed documents relating to CMU

    The Education Ministry has denied reports that documents were destroyed in a bid to hamper probe into the Caribbean Maritime University.   An
  • Bartlett: no discussion about tax for AirBNB

    Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett is reiterating that there is no discussion about taxing local Air BNB providers. Air BNB is an online marketplace which
  • Cop held at JDF HQ to be removed

    Steps are being taken to remove one of the two policemen held in relation to the shooting incident in April at Chedwin Park, St. Catherine from the Jamaica
  • Curtly Ambrose calls Chris Gayle’s plans to back track on his retirement … as “utter nonsense”

    Former West Indies fast bowler curtly Ambrose has called Chris Gayle’s plans to back track on his retirement … as “utter nonsense” The legendary
  • India batsman Ambati Rayudu has announced his retirement

    India batsman Ambati Rayudu has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket after missing out on the Cricket World Cup. The 33-year-old was left out

Gov’t and Carib Cement sign agreement to facilitate conversion of old tyres to energy

by July 22nd, 2019
Gov’t and Carib Cement sign agreement to facilitate conversion of old tyres to energy
Government and Carib Cement today (July 22) signed an agreement that will enable the company to test out over a 40 day period, a

NWC working to streamline water supply and trucking schedules amidst drought

by July 22nd, 2019
NWC working to streamline water supply and trucking schedules amidst drought
The National Water Commission NWC, says it’s working to streamline its water supply and trucking schedules, to better respond to the

Sunshine girls roll past Zimbabwe and into 5th place playoff at INF Netball World Cup

by July 19th, 2019
Sunshine girls roll past Zimbabwe and into 5th place playoff at INF Netball World Cup
The Sunshine Girls turned in a disciplined performance on Friday and rolled past Zimbabwe 77-47 to book a spot in the fifth place

Serena Williams beats teenage qualifier Kaja Juvan to advance to third round of Wimbledon

by July 4th, 2019
Serena Williams beats teenage qualifier Kaja Juvan to advance to third round of Wimbledon
Seven-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams recovered from being a set down to beat teenage qualifier Kaja Juvan and reach the third

Sprinter opens in Jamaican Cinemas Wednesday

by July 2nd, 2019
Sprinter opens in Jamaican Cinemas Wednesday
“Sprinter” the award-winning film that depicts everyday life in Jamaica, will hit local theaters on Wednesday. Written and

Jermaine Michaels thankful after crash

by July 2nd, 2019
Jermaine Michaels thankful after crash
Entertainer Jermaine Michaels is giving thanks following a car accident in Walkerswood, St. Ann in the wee hours Saturday. The former