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    Jamaica’s All-time Leading Goal Scorer Luton Shelton Is Dead
    Jamaica’s all-time leading goal scorer Luton Shelton is dead. Shelton was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease in 2018 over a year
Jamaica records 2 more Covid-19 related deaths and 68 new cases
Two additional Covid-19 deaths, yesterday (January 19) have pushed the country’s death toll to 331. The deceased are a 48
Joe Biden sworn in as 46th President of the United States
Joe Biden has been sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. He was sworn in by Chief Supreme Court Justice John Roberts
Central Gov’t revenue projected to drop by $8.6 billion
Central government revenue is projected to see an eight point six billion dollar drop. Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke told the Lower
Some teachers to be paid January salaries by weekend, after system glitch caused delay
Some of the island‘s public teachers are being assured, that they will be paid their January salaries by this weekend. This as
Manchester High assures safety as face-to-face classes resume today amid Covid spike
Acting Principal of the Manchester High School, Hillary Morgan has sought to assure, that despite the increasing Covid–19 numbers
Labour Ministry to appear before PAC to respond to concerns surrounding systemic weaknesses
Technocrats from the Ministry of Labour and Social Security will be summoned to appear before the next sitting of Parliament’s
Three more persons die from Covid-19, while 145 new cases recorded
Jamaica yesterday (January 18) recorded 3 additional Covid-19 related deaths, pushing the tally to 329. The deceased are 3 males from
TODSS seeks extension of payment deadline for road license fees for taxi operators
The Transport Operators Development Sustainable Service, TODSS is calling on the government extend the payment deadline of road license