Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Cross Keys High to re-open tomorrow following clean-up activities
The Cross Keys High School will re-open tomorrow following clean-up activities at the weekend. The school was closed on Friday
Transport Authority meets with taxi operators following protests
The Transport Authority, this afternoon, met with representatives from the Jamaica Association of Transport Owners and Operators, to
Corporate area taxi operators protest against aspects of Road Traffic Act bill
At least one transport group has stated that operators are back on the job, following protests against aspects of the new Traffic Act
Opposition wants government to explain 17 million dollar cost to erect Montego Bay welcome sign
The government is being called on to explain why it’s spending 17 million dollars to erect a welcome sign for Montego Bay. Tourism
Taxi Operator accused of abducting school girl granted bail
An Old Harbour based taxi operator, who is accused of abducting a school girl, was granted bail in the sum of two hundred and fifty
Montego Bay Tax administration department to collect over 39 million dollars in property tax
The Montego Bay Tax Administration Department is seeking to collect over 39 million dollars in property tax payments, owed by residents
JPS to fix 2000 streetlights by the end of November
The Jamaica Public Service says it is scheduled to fix another 2 thousand streetlights by the end of November.   The light and
Integrity Commission confident in course of action taken since becoming operational
The Integrity Commission is expressing confidence in the course of action it has taken since becoming operational earlier this year.