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Opposition expresses concern over number of confirmed cases of monkeypox worldwide; wants Gov’t to exercise caution
The Opposition has expressed concern over the number of confirmed cases of monkeypox in Africa, Europe and North America.   The
Opposition Spokesperson on Labour urges Gov’t to take care of foundational principles that guide development of country’s modern labour movement
Opposition Spokesperson on Labour and Social Security, Senator Floyd Morris warns that while Jamaica has achieved several
Jamaica records 433 new COVID-19 cases; positivity rate of 34% and 5 more COVID-19 deaths
Jamaica continues to see an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases recorded. This, as 433 more people tested positive for the virus.
Jamaica records 393 new COVID-19 cases, positivity rate of 28.8% and 7 more COVID-19 deaths
393 more people have tested positive for COVID-19, pushing the country’s case count to 134,297.   Of the new cases, 254 are
Fire at China Express restaurant in Market Place, Constant Spring St. Andrew results in over $40 million in damage
The Jamaica Fire Brigade is reporting over $40 million in damage, following a fire at the China Express restaurant in Market Place,
JTA appeals to parents to engage children in Labour Day activities, as one way to keep them safe and out of trouble during the holiday break
President of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association, Winston Smith is appealing to parents to engage children in Labour Day projects
Teen believed to have drowned in Lucea, Hanover yesterday
A seventeen-year-old girl is believed to have drowned at a river in Kingvale, Hanover yesterday (May 20).   Dead is Shevenae
Prime Minister says mask mandate will be re-instituted
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has indicated that the mask mandate will be re–instated in short order. He gave the indication at
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