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Opposition calls on gov’t to help drought-affected communities
Opposition Spokesperson for Water, Environment and Climate Change, Dr. Fenton Ferguson is calling on the Prime Minister to release
Twenty-five businesses convicted for breaches of the plastic ban
Since January 2020, some 25 businesses and individuals have been convicted for breaches of the plastic ban.   The 25 convicted are
Five persons detained in connection with gun seizure
Five persons were detained in connection with the seizure of a .38 revolver and several rounds of ammunition in Mountain View yesterday
Two men killed and a third wounded in alleged confrontation with police
The St. James police are reporting that two men were reportedly shot and killed, and a third wounded, in a confrontation with security
Court rules that immunity certificates granted to 3 soldiers charged in the murder of Keith Clarke, are null and void
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the immunity certificates granted to three soldiers charged in the murder of Keith Clarke, are
PM cancels trip to Caricom meeting, citing pressing national matters
The Office of the Prime Minister says pressing national matters and ensuring the constitutional composition of the Cabinet, led to the
South East Clarendon candidates sign Political Code of Conduct
Both candidates who will be contesting the South East Clarendon By-election on March 2, have signed the Political Code of Conduct.
Bunting says he acted on legal advice when he issued certificates of immunity to soldiers accused in 2010 killing
Former National Security Minister, Peter Bunting has indicated that he acted on legal advice when he issued the Certificates of