Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Clarendon student arrested for assaulting police officer
Head of the Clarendon Police, Superintendent Vendolyn Cameron-Powell is raising concerns following an incident in which a constable was
Education Ministry defends PEP mock exam results
The Education Ministry says the information presented at its October 3 press conference on the combination of scores from the mock
Taxi and bus operators return to work following days of protests
Commuters can now breathe a sigh of relief, as after three days of protest, majority of transport operators who withdrew their service
Transport Authority meets with taxi operators to clarify aspects of new Road Traffic Act
The Transport Authority this afternoon met with presidents of several transport operator groups in a bid to clarify issues associated
Transport Minister addresses concerns of taxi operators following protests against aspects of new Road Traffic Act
Transport Minister Robert Montague has moved to address one of the major concerns of taxi operators who have protested two days this
Two drivers with over 1,500 outstanding tickets to appear in court today
Two drivers of public passenger vehicles are to appear in Traffic Court today, after they were arrested with over one thousand five
Protests by taxi operators against sections of the new Road Traffic Act continue
There was more support today for a protest by taxi operators against sections of the new Road Traffic Act. The protest began in the
TPDCO justifies 17 million dollar Montego Bay Welcome sign project
The Tourism Product Development Company which is footing the 17 million dollar bill for the Welcome sign to Montego Bay says there is
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