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  • PM urges banks to consider the financial distress being faced by citizens, amid reports of increased banking fees

    Following recent announcements that the country’s two major banking institutions have implemented new and higher fees, Prime Minister Andrew Holness
  • 16-year-old boy among Jamaica’s 6 recently reported Covid-19 related deaths

    A Sixteen year old St. Catherine boy is among the 6 latest Covid-19 related deaths reported by the Health Ministry. The country’s death toll is now
  • Gov’t makes adjustments to budget as per legal obligation, due to recent cabinet shuffle

    The government has had to make adjustments to the budget listing for this fiscal year, as per legal obligation, due to the recent cabinet shuffle. The
  • Government considers temporary suspension of import duties on leg quarters

    The government is considering the temporary suspension of import and additional stamp duties levied on leg quarters. This was revealed by Agriculture
  • Jamaica records 10 more Covid-19 related deaths and 754 new cases

    Jamaica has recorded 10 more Covid-19 related deaths pushing the toll to 2,609. The deceased are 6 females and 4 males, they range in age from 57 to 96
  • Opposition says Police Commissioner should resign if he is unable to get crime under control in 60 days

    Opposition Leader, Mark Golding says Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson should resign if he is unable to get crime under control in the next
  • Opposition warns against re-imposition of SOEs

    Amid calls for the re-implementation of States of Public Emergency (SOE’s), General Secretary of the People’s National Party, dr. Dayton Campbell is
  • Police Commissioner refutes claim that cops are demoralized and not performing

    Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson is refuting the argument that police officers are demoralized and not performing.   Speaking with
  • Thirty firearms seized since the weekend

    Commissioner of Police Major General Antony Anderson says the constabulary seized a total of 30 firearms at the weekend. Speaking to reporters in Stadium
  • Tufton renews call for increased vaccination

    Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr. Christopher Tufton, is reiterating the call for Jamaicans to get vaccinated, citing that recent hospitalisation data
  • Charles Jr says those involved in praedial larceny will be targeted

    Agriculture Minister Pearnel Charles Junior, is sending a strong warning to those involved in praedial larceny, to desist, as the authorities will be

PM urges banks to consider the financial distress being faced by citizens, amid reports of increased banking fees

by January 26th, 2022
PM urges banks to consider the financial distress being faced by citizens, amid reports of increased banking fees
Following recent announcements that the country’s two major banking institutions have implemented new and higher fees, Prime

JAS says temporary suspension of import and stamp duties on leg quarters could be detrimental for small poultry farmers

by January 26th, 2022
JAS says temporary suspension of import and stamp duties on leg quarters could be detrimental for small poultry farmers
President of the Jamaica Agricultural Society, Lenworth Fulton says a decision to temporarily suspend the import and stamp duties

Jamaican cycling champion pedals into history

by January 21st, 2022
Jamaican cycling champion pedals into history
National female cyclist Llori Sharpe is now in Mallorca, Spain after collecting her Schengen visa through the Spanish Embassy allowing

Massive blow! No Spectators for next World Cup Qualifying Window

by January 18th, 2022
Massive blow! No Spectators for next World Cup Qualifying Window
Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz and the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), has suffered a massive blow ahead of the crucial CONCACAF final

Wayne Marshall and Tami expecting 4th child together

by January 21st, 2022
Wayne Marshall and Tami expecting 4th child together
Entertainers and YouTubers, Tami Chin and Wayne Marshall are expecting their fourth child. Tami Chin shared the joyous news Friday with

Meta to allow Instagram and Facebook users to sell and create NFTs

by January 21st, 2022
Meta to allow Instagram and Facebook users to sell and create NFTs
Some Dancehall entertainers are reacting after social media conglomerate Meta is reportedly developing ways to create, display, and
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