Author Archive: Patrice Walters

Police officer’s bail extended
A policeman charged with larceny of a motor vehicle, had his $500,000 bail extended when he appeared in the Spanish Town Resident
Government revokes EWI’s licence
Government has officially revoked the license granted to Energy World International (EWI) for construction of the 381 mega-watt, power
Fire Brigade gets rapped by Auditor General
The Auditor General's Department says the Jamaica fire Brigade is impaired by defective emergency vehicles, on which millions of
Concerns abound over Governments new minimum business tax
Concerns are still being raised in certain quarters, over government's recently introduced minimum business tax, and who should be
Increased toll rates approved
The new toll rates have been approved and will see motorists paying increases, ranging from $10 to $100 depending on the class of
Cops following leads in search for missing girl
The Head of the St. Catherine South Police says investigators are following every lead, as the probe continues into the disappearance
Police Federation offers assistance to abducted cop
The Police Federation has dispatched representatives to St. Elizabeth, to offer assistance to a woman constable who was abducted this
JLP to bring sliding dollar to IMF attention
Opposition Spokesperson on Finance, Audley Shaw says the JLP will take the issue of the sliding dollar, among other concerns to the
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