Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Gov’t intensifies dengue control
The government is intensifying activities to control the mosquito population, and reduce illnesses to dengue. Minister of Local
JAS wants stricter measures imposed on meat importers
President of the Jamaica Agricultural Society, JAS, Lenworth Fulton has indicted that the group will be seeking governments
Policeman gets life sentence
A policeman was yesterday (January 7) sentenced to life imprisonment in relation to the 2009 murder of Omar Marshall at his home on
Road Safety Council calls for better road habits
The National Road Safety Council is imploring motorists to practice safer road habits. This, as the council renews its campaign to keep
Consultant wants security beefed up at local ports amidst US-Iran tensions
Amidst tensions between the United States and Iran, Jamaica is being urged to strengthen security at its ports of entry. Security
School administrators reminded of gov’t’s policy on sugary drinks
School administrators have been reminded of the requirement to comply with the governments sugary drinks restriction guidelines. This
MP denies shielding criminals
Member of Parliament for St. Andrew Eastern, Fayval williams, has disputed claims that she is protecting criminals from the Back Bush
Taxi grouping threatens to withdraw service from Mountain View Area due to violence
At least one transport grouping says its members might be forced to withdraw their services from routes that run through the Mountain