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Author Archive: Shanice Gibbs

Residents protest poor state of Hamilton Mountain road in St. Mary
The Eden Park bridge in St. Mary has been blocked as residents highlight their frustration over the poor state of the Hamilton Mountain
MP Floyd Green urges St. Elizabeth residents to work with police to keep communities safe after recent upsurge in violence
Member of Parliament for St Elizabeth South Western, Floyd Green is urging residents to work with the police to help keep communities
Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke assures public sector workers that consultations with Unions over restructuring of compensation system should end in six months
Finance Minister, Dr. Nigel Clarke has sought to assure public sector workers that consultations with Unions over the restructuring of
Some thirty thousand public sector workers threatening industrial action over concerns about their wages
Some thirty thousand public sector workers are threatening to take industrial action next week if concerns over their wages are not
JATCA sought to clarify that traffic controllers did not take industrial action today but were constrained in providing services given state of equipment infrastructure
The Jamaica Air Traffic Controllers Association (JATCA) has sought to clarify that traffic controllers did not take industrial action
At least 40 flights scheduled to arrive in Jamaica today cancelled due to industrial action by air traffic controllers
At least 40 flights scheduled to arrive at the Sangster and Norman Manley International airports today (May 12) have been cancelled due
Jamaica’s air traffic services disrupted as traffic controllers take industrial action
The country’s air traffic services have been disrupted as traffic controllers have taken industrial action.   The workers
UPDATE: Residents still calling for water to be returned amid NWC strike
Jamaicans across the island are still calling for the restoration of their water supply, amid a strike by employees of the National
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