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Opposition says SOE in Clarendon and St. Catherine underscores that Government has no solution to criminality
The Opposition says the declaration of a State of Emergency (SOE) in Clarendon and St. Catherine again underscores the fact that Prime
Jamaican hotels workers in South Carolina evacuated ahead of Hurricane Dorian
Dozens of Jamaicans working in hotels across South Carolina’s coast have been evacuated as a precautionary measure due to
Clarendon residents express mixed feelings about SOE, while St. Catherine business community welcomes it
Residents of some communities in Clarendon have expressed mixed feelings about a state of emergency in the parish.   Prime
Clarendon and St. Catherine under State of Emergency
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced the declaration of states of public emergency for St. Catherine and Clarendon.  
CMU President to resume duties next week
President of the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU), Professor Fritz Pinnock is to resume duties late next week. Speaking at a press
Information Minister says issues at the Integrity Commission are being given top priority
Minister with responsibility for Information, Karl Samuda, says Prime Minister Andrew Holness is paying full attention to the Integrity
Majority of Jamaicans in the Bahamas accounted for following hurricane Dorian
Most of the 10,000 Jamaicans in the Bahamas have been accounted for, following the passage of hurricane Dorian.   Jamaica’s
Jamaica joins region to offer assistance to hurricane ravaged Bahamas
The Ministry of Tourism is to partner with Sandals Resorts International, to help those in the Bahamas. The announcement came at a