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125,000 devices should be issued to students islandwide by end of the school year
Minister of Education Fayval Williams said it is expected that more than 125,000 devices would have been issued to students islandwide
Opposition calls for a delay in introduction of increased toll rates at east-west leg of highway 2000
Opposition Spokesman on Transport, Mikael Phillips, says he will be writing to the Transport Minister Robert Montague, regarding the
Jamaica records 5 more COVID-19 deaths and 61 new cases
Jamaica recorded five more COVID-19 deaths, pushing the tally to 1,028.   Three of the deaths are from St. James and were
St. James Pastor accused of raping 15 year old girl, back behind bars after being granted bail on Monday
Thirty-nine-year-old St. James Apostolic Church pastor Jason Rose, who was granted bail on Monday on a charge of sexually assaulting a
Jamaica records 11 more Covid-19 related deaths and 74 new cases
Eleven more persons have died from Covid-19, pushing the death tally to 1,023. Nine of the deceased were from St. James. Their deaths
Disaster preparedness works underway in Shooters Hill, St. Andrew
The Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation, KSAMC is carrying out disaster preparedness works in the Shooters Hill Community in
Police Commissioner says work to implement effective body worn camera system, is almost complete
Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson says the preparatory work to implement an effective body worn camera system is almost
PM says further amendments will be made to Covid measures, to ease emotional stress
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has stated that further amendments will be made soon, to the Covid measures in a bid to ease the