Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Citizens urged to use their talents to better the nation ahead of Labour Day
The government is urging the nation to use their talents and creativity to the fullest and for the betterment of the nation on
25 men charged in Seprod fraud to return to court on May 31
The 25 men charged in connection with the alleged 160-million-dollar fraud at Seprod Group of Companies were ordered to return on May
PM says performance based remuneration system will hold politicians to account
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has sought to assure that members of the political directorate will be held to account when a performance
Plastic lunch boxes to be banned as of December 31
A ban will be imposed on the use of plastic lunch boxes effective December 31, as efforts continue to shift to more sustainable
Information Minister refutes opposition’s claims that it was not consulted on salary increase
Information Minister Robert Morgan has refuted claims by the opposition People’s National Party, PNP that it was not consulted by
Finance Minister defends salary increase for parliamentarians
Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke yesterday sought to defend the massive increase in the salaries of parliamentarians saying it is
JTA says it does not envy other public sector groups for massive wage increases they receive, but teachers deserve better salaries
The Jamaica Teachers’ Association, JTA says while it does not begrudge any other public sector group for the sums they receive under
NRSC to meet this month to prepare recommendations for new RTA review
The National Road Safety Council, NRSC is to meet later this month to start reviewing suggestions and prepare recommendations for
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