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Two Jamaicans arrested in connection with money-laundering scheme that allegedly moved millions of dollars in drug proceeds from Colombian Cartels through US banks
Two Jamaicans were arrested yesterday (May 24) in connection with a complex money-laundering scheme that allegedly moved millions of
High school principals across the island express hope that CXC exams will go smoothly
With the nation’s students now sitting the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC’s) written examinations, high school
Citizens block sections of Walkerswood main road in protest of poor road conditions
Private motorists in St Ann had to resort to clearing sections of the Walkerswood main road this morning, after taxi operators and
Opposition urges PM Holness to immediately act on his intention to re-impose mask mandate
With Jamaica’s COVID-19 cases now surpassing four hundred new infections daily, Opposition Spokesman on Health, Dr Morais Guy is
Urgent call for citizens to donate blood to the island’s public hospitals
A call is being made for citizens to donate blood to the island’s public hospitals.   Chief Executive Officer at the St
PM Holness says Government to target youth who feel that scamming is the way out of poverty, through training
Prime Minister, Andrew Holness says the Government will be increasing its efforts with the HEART TRUST/NSTA to engage young people who
Opposition Senator criticizes PM over recent comments he made about NHT not being a welfare institution
Opposition Senator, Peter Bunting has criticized Prime Minister Andrew Holness over recent comments he made about the National Housing
PM Andrew Holness stresses importance of increasing agricultural output as one way to tackle Jamaica’s food crisis
As the country battles several price increases, especially for food, Prime Minister Andrew Holness is stressing the importance of
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