Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Opposition chastises government for the delay in passing Data Protection Bill
The Opposition has chastised the Holness administration for the delay in passing the Data Protection Bill.   Speaking at a press
Attorney-at-law says Caribbean people must respect the CCJ
Attorney-at-law, Bert Samuels has suggested that Caribbean people must respect the Caribbean Court of Justice, as their own court.
2 boys arrested in relation to murder of St. Ann teen, Raven Wilson
The St. Ann police have confirmed reports that 2 young boys were arrested about 2 weeks ago in relation to the murder of Raven Wilson.
Jamaica’s Bauxite and Alumina Industry not affected by US Steel and Aluminium import tariffs
The Foreign Affairs Ministry is seeking to assure citizens, that recent tariffs imposed by the United States on steel and aluminium
World Bank commends Jamaica for making strides in disaster resilience efforts
World Bank Country Director for Caribbean Countries, Tahseen Sayed, has commended Jamaica for making significant progress, in its
Trelawny’s economy to be affected by redundancy exercise at 2 Sugar Estates, says MP
There is concern that Trelawny’s economy will suffer greatly, following a major redundancy exercise at the Long Pond and Hampden
Head of baby found in Clarendon
The Chapelton Police in Clarendon have launched a search, for the parents of a newborn, whose head was found in Cocoa Piece District in
JTA President says technology will not replace teachers
While technology is vital to the advancement of education, the demand for its use locally and globally will not replace teachers in the