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  • PNP activist and protesters seek resignation of party leader Mark Golding

    Several supporters of the people’s national party, PNP protested this morning at the head quarters on Old Hope Road in Kingston, demanding changes
  • 6 additional Covid-19 deaths recorded with 435 new infections

    The Health Ministry is reporting 6 additional Covid-19 related deaths. The deaths occurred between August 24 and September 20. The deceased are 5 females
  • JTA President calls for a review of teachers’ salaries

    President of the Jamaica Teachers Association, Winston Smith, is calling on the government to undertake a review of teachers’ salaries. Speaking in an
  • First female head of the JDF takes up office in January

    The Jamaica Defence Force JDF will have it’s first woman Chief of Defence Staff. Commodore Antonette Wemyss Gorman is slated to be promoted to the
  • Chaos in Downtown this morning, as hundreds protested against gov’t’s Covid response; UIC leader among those arrested

    There was chaos in Downtown Kingston this morning (September 22), as the United Independent Congress, UIC tried to lead a march on Gordon House. The
  • Jamaica sees decline in Covid-19 cases, hospitalization and deaths

    Jamaica is seeing a decline in Covid-19 cases, hospitalization, and deaths. 179 new Covid-19 cases were recorded yesterday (September 21), pushing the
  • Information Minister Fayval Williams assures that security risks to data stored at PICA will be addressed in short term

    Information Minister Fayval Williams has sought to assure that security risks to data stored at the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency, PICA, will
  • Church council seeks clarification from gov’t on rationale for continuation of no movement day restriction on Sundays

    Citing biblical reference to the philosophy that ‘man shall not live by bread alone’, some of the islands churches have asked the government to
  • COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations saw declines yesterday, while COVID-19 deaths went up by 3

      Confirmed COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations saw a decrease yesterday (September 20), while the number of confirmed deaths associated with the
  • Another cruise ship with over 3000 passengers to dock in Ocho Rios today

      Two cruise ships are to dock in Ocho Rios St. Ann this week.   The first is expected today (September 21).   This will be the fourth
  • Foreign Ministry addressing the UK’s non-recognition of vaccinated Jamaicans

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says it is addressing the non- recognition of vaccinated Jamaicans by the United Kingdom. Foreign Affairs Minister Kamina

PNP activist and protesters seek resignation of party leader Mark Golding

by September 23rd, 2021
PNP activist and protesters seek resignation of party leader Mark Golding
Several supporters of the people’s national party, PNP protested this morning at the head quarters on Old Hope Road in Kingston,

6 additional Covid-19 deaths recorded with 435 new infections

by September 23rd, 2021
6 additional Covid-19 deaths recorded with 435 new infections
The Health Ministry is reporting 6 additional Covid-19 related deaths. The deaths occurred between August 24 and September 20. The

IPC Reclassification system must be addressed – Samuda

by September 13th, 2021
IPC Reclassification system must be addressed – Samuda
President of the Jamaica Paralympic Association (JPA) Christopher Samuda, says the International Paralympic Committee’s new

Women’s football pioneer Jean Nelson passes on.

by September 13th, 2021
Women’s football pioneer Jean Nelson passes on.
Jamaica’s entire football fraternity is now in mourning. This with the news that manager of the National Senior Women’s team Jean

2022 Grammy eligibility period ends September 30

by September 17th, 2021
2022 Grammy eligibility period ends September 30
Some Dancehall and Reggae entertainers have approximately 13 days to release an album or EP, to be eligible for the 2022 Grammy Awards.

“Remember my mom singing” says Courtni Jackson, daughter of the late Karen Smith

by September 13th, 2021
“Remember my mom singing” says Courtni Jackson, daughter of the late Karen Smith
Courtni Jackson, the daughter of the late singer Karen Smith wants her mother to be remembered doing what she was renowned for,
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