Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Government to reduce stamp duties for monetary transactions
The Finance Minister says the government will be reducing stamp duties for monetary transactions in the upcoming financial year.  
Government to phase out some taxes to help small businesses
Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke says the government will be phasing out distortionary taxes that disincentivise small businesses and
Woman who posed as medical doctor now in police custody
A woman accused of posing as a medical doctor and fleecing persons of hundreds of thousands of dollars, is now in police custody.
Terms of reference for forensic audit into high loss of oil at Petrojam to be published
A draft of the terms of reference for a forensic audit into the high loss of oil at Petrojam is to be published in short order.  
Health Minister says normality expected by month end following dengue outbreak in December
Health Minister Dr. Christopher Tufton says normality is expected by the end of this month following the outbreak of dengue in
Petrojam moves to dispel rumours of any disruption to the gasoline retail trade
The state owned oil refinery Petrojam limited has moved to dispel rumours of any disruption to the gasoline retail trade.   The
Community committee calls emergency meeting over recent developments at Puerto Seco Beach Dolphin Cove
The Discovery Bay Community Development Committee has called an emergency meeting for tomorrow (March 2) about recent developments with
76 year old woman among 10 people held for illegally distributing petroleum in St. Andrew
A 76 year old woman, is among 10 people taken into custody, in connection with the distribution of illicit petroleum, in St. Andrew.