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Security expert suggests use of dye packs by cash couriers to prevent robberies
Former Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mark Shields says the use of dye packs should be a condition of contracts for security companies
NMIA management to meet with Environment and Climate Change Ministry at 1pm, to address Met Office workers’ woes
The management of the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston is slated to meet with Minister with responsibility for the
Beryllium to assess operations following attack on employees, service delays expected
Beryllium Limited has reported that it will be assessing its operations islandwide, which may result in delays in the delivery of
JAPS reiterates call for greater protection of colleagues following attack on  Beryllium staff on Sunday
In the wake of Sunday’s attack on a group of security guards in Portmore, St. Catherine, the Jamaica Association for Private
Finance Minister Clarke closes term as IDB chairman
Finance Minister Dr Nigel Clarke has closed out his term as chairman of the Inter-American development bank, (IDB). Dr. Clarke chaired
Dr Nigel Clarke lauds IDB for increased support to the region in the past year
Finance minister and outgoing chair of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Dr. Nigel Clarke has hailed the regional body for the
Four shot during attempted robbery in Portmore; police recover getaway vehicles
A civilian and three security guards were shot and wounded in a brazen attack by gunmen, on a Beryllium security team in Braeton,
Meteorological Service says Jamaica’s drought is not yet over
Despite the bouts of rainfall being experienced across the island, Jamaica is still facing a drought.   This, according to head of
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