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Some workers upset over change in NIS deductions which took effect this month
A change in the deductions for the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) which took effect April 2021 has not gone down well with some public
NAJ says several nurses are fearful, following death of individual who took Covid-19 vaccine
The Nurses Association of Jamaica, NAJ, says several of its members are expressing concern for their safety, following the death of an
Jamaica records 7 more Covid-19 related deaths and 165 new cases
Jamaica has recorded 7 more Covid-19 related deaths, pushing the death toll to 751. The deceased include two females from Westmoreland
PM says major emitters should contribute more financially to supporting climate action in developing countries
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says major emitters should contribute more financially to supporting climate action in developing
Over US$350,000 committed to boost Jamaica’s capacity to test for Covid variants
Over three hundred and fifty thousand US dollars (US$350,000) has been committed to boost Jamaica‘s capacity, to conduct Covid
Health Minister chastises persons who threaten health care workers
Health Minister Dr. Christopher Tufton has chastised persons who have reportedly threatened to harm health care workers, on the basis
Clarendon police urge young people in the parish to avoid a life of crime
The Clarendon Police are urging young people in the parish to avoid a life of crime. This in the wake of an operation in the parish
Some Jamaicans in the US, say guilty verdict handed down to Derek Chauvin is a step in the right direction
Some Jamaicans living in the United States, say the guilty verdict handed down to Derek Chauvin – a former police officer filmed