Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

PICA to play role in getting motorists to pay outstanding tickets
The government is broadening its efforts to ensure motorists with outstanding tickets make the payments. Transport Minister Robert
Joint select committee examining Anti Gang legislation, wants politicians to be held to account
Member of the joint select committee examining the Anti Gang legislation, KD Knight wants corrupt politicians to be held accountable.
PM says no need for fear over degradation of Cockpit Country
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has attempted to allay fears that the Cockpit Country will be placed in jeopardy over mining operations.
Mourners pay respect to former PM, Edward Seaga at JLP headquarters
Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, led mourners in paying respects to late former Prime Minister, Edward Seaga at the Jamaica Labour
NCB still having issues with paying salaries
The National Commercial Bank, NCB, has indicated that it is still experiencing some challenges with salary processing for customers,
This year’s child month, observed in May was one of the worst in over 20 years
This year’s child month, observed in May was one of the worst in over 20 years. That’s according to Founder of Hear the
Double Murder in Old Harbour St. Catherine
Two people were shot and killed in Old Harbour, St. Catherine this afternoon (June 4). Their identities have not yet been released.
Opposition says unless changes are made, demise of JUTC will be inevitable
The Opposition says unless the Government changes course in the operation of the Kingston Metropolitan Transport Region, KMTR, the