Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Police assessing situation in Trench Town to determine if curfew should be extended
The police are assessing the situation in Trench Town, Kingston, to determine if there is a need to extend the curfew in the area. The
JCEA to launch local campaign to address Jamaica’s coffee drinking culture
The Jamaica Coffee Exporters Association, JCEA, is slated to launch a local campaign this year, to address the coffee drinking culture
Political Commentator says yesterday’s Pro-Trump riots will have long term impact on the US
Political Commentator Linton Gordon says yesterday’s (January 6) riots and storming of the Capitol building in the United States
Jury trials to resume on a phased basis for some courts, next month
The Judiciary will be resuming jury trials on a phased basis for the Home Circuit Court and some Rural Circuit Courts next month
Jamaica has 1,649 active Covid-19 cases
There are 1,649 active Covid-19 cases in Jamaica. This as 11,253 of the 13,368 people diagnosed with the virus to date, have recovered.
Johnson-Smith expresses concern about chaotic situation which unfolded in the US
Foreign Affairs Minister Kamina Johnson Smith has expressed concern regarding the chaotic situation which unfolded in the US Capitol
Body of late hotelier and business mogul, Gordon “Butch” Stewart now in Jamaica
The body of late hotelier and business mogul Gordon “Butch” Stewart arrived in Jamaica yesterday, (January 6). Mr. Stewart died in the
Prime Minister calls on church to help in tackling issue of corporal punishment
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has called on the church to help in tackling the issue of corporal punishment. Speaking at yesterday’s