Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Air Traffic Controllers head to IDT on Thursday
The wage dispute involving the country’s Air Traffic Controllers is expected to be heard by the Industrial Disputes Tribunal,
Bull Bay residents call for relief from water woes
Some residents in Bull Bay St. Andrew, are expressing deep concern regarding the water shortage in the area. Residents told Irie Fm
Broadgate Road in St. Mary cleared
Communication Manager for the National Works Agency, Stephen Shaw says, the roadway through Broadgate in Junction, St. Mary, is now
New procurement unit coming for RADA
The Rural Agricultural Development Authority, RADA, says it is setting up a new procurement unit to address breaches in its procurement
Gov’t says relief coming from high prices for styrofoam alternatives
Minister with responsibility for the Environment Daryl Vaz has suggested that concerns about the cost of alternatives for styrofoam
PNP wants to address inequality in the country
The People’s National Party, PNP says, it is seeking to address the issue of inequality in the country. PNP General Secretary,
Port Royal prescribed as tourist area
Tourism Minister, Ed Bartlett says he will be putting measures in place to declare Port Royal a prescribed area, under the Jamaica
Police encourage use of Domestic Violence Intervention Centers
In light of recent incidents of domestic violence across the island, the police are reminding citizens of the Domestic Violence