Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Conductor killed in Spanish Town
A bus conductor was shot dead in Spanish Town, St. Catherine, this morning (August 13). He has been identified as 19 year old Dimmoy
PSOJ calls for end to divisive political rhetoric
The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, PSOJ, is condemning recent outbursts from political affiliates, which it says could be
Jamaicans urged to actively combat corruption
Jamaicans need to take steps to actively combat corruption in government and the society. That’s according to Executive Director of
Rise United camp says poll showing Peter Phillips as preferred PNP candidate, is biased
Peter Bunting’s Rise United campaign is challenging the claim that People’s National Party PNP President Dr. Peter Phillips
Poll reveals more Jamaicans becoming concerned about Gov’t corruption
A Bill Johnson poll has revealed that more Jamaicans are becoming concerned about corruption in the government. Releasing the findings
Foreign Ministry to get more details on Libyan bomb attack which killed Jamaican
The Foreign Affairs Ministry says it is in contact with authorities at the United Nations and is working closely with them to get more
More assistance needed for wards impacted by Children’s Home fire
Following a fire last Friday (August 9) which gutted a section of the Jamaica National Children’s Home, in St. Andrew, wards and
Sagicor commits $1 million towards relief efforts following fire at National Children’s Home
Sagicor has committed $1 million towards relief efforts following a fire at the National Children’s Home. President and CEO of