Author Archive: Shanice Gibbs

NHT and unions to meet today, following sick-out by workers yesterday
The Union of Clerical Administrative and Supervisory Employees (U-CASE) says it does not expect its members who are employed to the
Curfew imposed in Waterford, St. Catherine
A 48-hour curfew has been imposed in Waterford, St. Catherine.   It follows the deaths of two people and the wounding of another
Policeman killed and his wife wounded in Somerset, Manchester last evening
A policeman was killed and his wife wounded during an incident near their home in Somerset, Manchester, last evening (May 29).  
Opposition Leader chastises Gov’t for not making adequate preparations for release of Jamaica’s new currency
Opposition Leader Mark Golding has expressed concern about the delay in the introduction of Jamaica’s new banknotes.   This,
40-year-old man shot and killed while celebrating birthday in Waterford, St. Catherine last evening
The Waterford community in St Catherine has been plunged into mourning, after gunmen disrupted a birthday party in the area, last
Prime Minister Holness rejects notion that politicians are destroying the country
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has rejected the notion that he or any other politician has entered politics with the intention to
Schools resume normal operations today as teachers return to work
Classes are expected to resume at several schools today (May 29) following disruption due to industrial action by teachers last week.
Councillor appeals for more assistance for vendors affected by Musgrave Market fire
Councillor for the Prospect Division in Portland, Wayne McKenzie is calling for more assistance for vendors affected by a fire at the
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