Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

OUR says JPS and NWC failing to meet standards for notifying customers of planned service disruptions
The Office of Utilities Regulation, OUR, says the Jamaica Public Service company, JPS and the National Water Commission, NWC, are
Lawyer gunned-down in Kingston
An attorney–at–law was gunned down at his home, last night. Dead is 49 year-old Gareth Forbes, of Oakridge, Stilwell road
Burning gas tanker forces St. James school to close its doors
At least one school was forced to close its doors, as it was impacted by smoke and fumes from a gas tanker which caught fire, along the
Opposition suggests that government seriously examines  subvention to JUTC due to multi-million dollar losses annually
Opposition Spokesman on Transport Mikael Phillips has suggested that government seriously examine its subvention to the Jamaica Urban
Improvements made in traffic ticketing system
It was revealed at today’s (January 16) meeting of Parliament’s Public Administration and Appropriations Committee that
Security Ministry implements measures to deal with high number of outstanding traffic tickets
The Ministry of National Security says measures have been implemented to deal with the high number of outstanding traffic tickets. The
Legislation aimed at taking back Venezuela’s shares in Petrojam to be brought before Parliament next week
Attorney General Marlene Malahoo Forte has indicated that the legislation aimed at taking back Venezuela’s shares in Petrojam
Local Government Minister explains rationale for relocation of ministry’s office in Kingston
Local Government Minister Desmond Mckenzie has sought to explain the rationale for the relocation of the Ministry’s office in