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Tax remains on group health insurance; TEF to be centralised

  It appears the government will not yield to appeals to roll back the General Consumption Tax...

JUST IN: Jamaican-based Briton is new Sunshine Girls coach

England's Jermaine Allison-McCracken is the new head coach of Jamaica's Senior Sunshine girls...

Special crime zones will not infringe on citizens' rights - Holness

  Prime Minister Andrew Holness is adamant that the proposed legislation for the creation of...

GraceKennedy says none of its Brazilian suppliers under investigation

  Don Wehby, Group Chief Executive Officer of GraceKennedy, says the Brazilian plants that...

Opposition members walk out of Parliament

  Members of the Opposition on Wednesday afternoon walked out of the House of Representatives...

Russell's legal team pushes for one year ban to be thrown out

The legal team of Jamaica and West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell, led by Queen's Counsel Patrick...

Architectural designs being awaited for work to begin on new PICA office

The National Security Ministry is still awaiting the completion of architectural designs to commence...

Florida woman sentenced for role in Jamaican lottery scam

The US Department of Justice on Wednesday announced that a woman was sentenced in Miami, Florida for...

NHT funds not used to support income tax threshold - Holness

  Prime Minister Andrew Holness, has denied that resources from the National Housing Trust...

Housing solutions to come for low-income NHT contibutors

  Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced housing initiatives for low income contributors...

OCA recommends alternatives to corporal punishment in schools

  With corporal punishment to be outlawed in schools, the Office of Children's Advocate (OCA)...

National women's coach demands more from batting department

Coach of Jamaica's female cricket team Cleon Smith says work needs to be done in the batting...

Scorpions make four changes for Red Force clash

The Jamaica Scorpions squad is currently in Trinidad and Tobago where they will take on the Red...

Fredericks to stay on IAAF Council despite ethics investigation

Frankie Fredericks will stay on the IAAF Council while an ethics board reviews allegations that he...

Jamaica cops third medal at Youth Para Pan Am Games

Dave Oddman has won Jamaica's third medal at the ongoing Youth Para-Pan-American Games in Sao Paulo,...

Budget Debate: Holness gets passing grade, criticised for lack of details

  Prime Minister Andrew Holness has been given a passing grade for his Budget presentation on...

Spencer to seek legal representation after anti-doping violation

Marvin Anderson, manager of World Championships and Commonwealth Games medalist Kaliese Spencer has...

Lacovia residents concerned about crocodile increase

  Concern is mounting in Lacovia, St. Elizabeth about the growing number of  crocodiles in...

Holness gives go-ahead for measures to reduce crashes in hot spots

  Prime Minister Andrew Holness has given instructions to the National Works Agency (NWA) to...

Education Ministry probing incident at Eltham High

  The Ministry of Education is probing Monday's incident at Eltham High in Spanish Town, St....

Operation Clean Sweep officers facing increased threats - police

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) says its members who have been participating in operations...

Man who attempted to steal petrol from police station pleads guilty

One of two men who was held trying to steal petrol from a car on the compound of the Junction…

UPDATE: One woman dead following incident near UK Parliament

A police officer was shot in the Houses of Parliament in central London.Meanwhile, at least one...

Two shot and injured in May Pen, Clarendon

Two men are nursing gunshot wounds after they were attacked by gunmen at Harris Street in May Pen,...

Motorcyclist killed in St. Ann crash

Another motorcyclist has died on the nation's road - this time in St. Ann.    He has...

Unidentified body found in Rock Port, Clarendon

The body of an unidentified man was found on Tuesday at Rocky Port in Clarendon.   ...

Two killed, another injured in St. James shooting

Two men are dead and another hospitalised in critical condition following an attack by gunmen on...

BITU to meet with BNS management concerning redundancies

Scores of  workers at Bank of  Nova Scotia, whose positions are to be made redundant, have...

Management changes at First Global Bank

There have been management changes at First Global Bank. The position of  General Manager has...

NHT to provide over 8,000 loans

The National Housing Trust (NHT) is planning to spend nearly J$18 billion during the 2017/2018...

Fifteen institutions confirmed for Intercol Champs

Fifteen institutions are expected to take part at this year’s Intercollegiate Track and Field...

Lack of funds forces Jamaica to send weakened team to international volleyball tourney

President of the Jamaica Volleyball Association (JAVA) Rudolph Spied has lamented that a lack of...

Schweisteiger joins MLS from EPL

German World Cup winner Bastian Schweinsteiger will join Major League Soccer (MLS) team Chicago...

Munro and Mona High win hockey finals

Munro College and Mona high are the respective boys and girls champions of the ISSA/JHF Under-19...

SLB funding not cut, says Finance Ministry

The Ministry of Finance says funding to the Students’ Loan Bureau (SLB) for the 2017/18...

Grace Foods plans trip to Brazil amid beef scandal

Grace Foods has planned an urgent trip to Brazil to meet with its suppliers and do further...

Oil prices fall almost to lowest prices in a week

Oil prices fell on Tuesday close to the lowest in a week as the market discounted the latest talk by...

Google promises tougher stance on offensive content after companies pull ads

Google has responded to major companies withdrawing online advertisements by promising to take a...

Two Jamaican World championship medallists facing 4-year bans

By Kayon Raynor World Championship and Commonwealth Games medallist Kaliese Spencer and...

UWI FC go five points clear atop RSPL table

UWI FC are five points clear at the top of the Red Stripe Premier League table following their 2-1...

Jamaica names 31-member team for Carifta Swimming Champs

Jamaica's hopes at next month's Carifta Swimming Championships in Nassau, Bahamas will be carried by...

Senior athletes warm-up for Intercol Champs

With no major meets held over the weekend, several Olympians and tertiary athletes gathered at the...

St Andrew Strikers maintain winning streak in National Hockey League

A hat-trick from Demi Nicholson led St Andrew Strikers to their third straight win, with a 5-1...

INF working to spread netball around the globe

As the International Netball Federation (INF) continues its push to get netball into the Olympic...

Jamaica getting ready to host Carifta Chess Championship

Jamaica is finalising plans to host the sixth staging of the Carifta Chess Championship between...

Five Pakistani cricketers charged with breaking anti-corruption code

The five Pakistani cricketers who were charged with breaking the Pakistan Cricket Board...

Jaguars regain lead in regional 4-day championship

The Guyana Jaguars have returned to the top of the Regional 4-day standings after completing a ten...

Bill Gates again tops Forbes billionaires list

Microsoft founder Bill Gates has again topped Forbes' list of the world's richest people, in a year...

Oil prices slip

Oil prices slipped on Monday despite news that OPEC was supportive of extending a six-month deal to...

Mixed financial results for UC Rusal

UC Rusal, the Russian aluminium conglomerate, which has operations in Jamaica, has released mixed...

Jamaicans paying less for agricultural produce

Jamaicans have been paying less for agricultural produce since the start of  the year,...

Derrimon Trading acquiring Caribbean Home Entertainment Systems assets

Derrimon Trading Company Limited (DTL) has established a joint venture company for the acquisition...

Oil prices hold steady

Oil prices were little changed on Friday and looked set to finish the week with a modest gain after...

British Airways owner launcing new airline in Spain

The owner of British Airways is launching a new long-haul budget airline based in Barcelona,...

JISCO bauxite company to start operations June 20

JISCO, formerly ALPART, in Nain, St. Elizabeth is said to be on track to start operations on June...

JPS signs power purchase agreement for construction of solar power plant

The Jamaica Public Service Company has signed a Power Purchase Agreement, with Eight Rivers Energy...

Venezuela's PDVSA offers oil stake to Russian counterpart

Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA has offered Russian counterpart Rosneft a stake in a joint...

Oil prices move lower

Oil prices moved mostly lower on Thursday, as rising output from the U.S. remained a threat to...

Dolphin Cove reports reduced profits

Dolphin Cove is reporting reduced profits last year of US$2.8 million, down from US$3.3 million the...

Government websites to be accessed free of cost

All Government of Jamaica websites can now be accessed, free of cost, from any Internet-compatible...

Sugar Association of the Caribbean plans to increase intra-regional trade

The Sugar Association of  the Caribbean (SAC) of  which Jamaica is a member, is planning...

1.85 million voters sign petition to oust Venezuelan president

Venezuela's opposition has presented to the electoral authorities a petition with the signatures of...

Puerto Rico gets condoms to prevent spread of Zika sexually

New York City is sending a million condoms to Puerto Rico, which has recorded one death from the...

Violent crime high in Trinidad and Tobago - US State Department

The US State Department, in its latest travel update, has warned that violent crime remains high in...

First U.S cruise ship after decades sails to Cuba

A US cruise ship completed a historic journey by docking in the Cuban capital, Havana, Monday...

'Erika' and 'Joaquin' no longer used as names of hurricanes

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has announced it will no longer use the names Erika and...

T&T begins work to decriminalise marijuana possession

Trinidad and Tobago's government has begun statistical groundwork for the decriminalising of...

Financial stability of ECCU uncertain

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) on Wednesday expressed concern about the status of the...

Puerto Rico faces financial crisis

Puerto Rico’s Government Development Bank is facing a debt default of $422 million on May 1,...

Brazil President's strategist faces corruption charges

Brazilian prosecutors have filed corruption charges against President Dilma Rousseff's electoral...

Thousands sign petition to remove Venezuelan President

The Venezuelan opposition has claimed that 600,000 people have signed a petition for a recall...

Venezuelans protest two-day work week

Venezuelan cities are being cleaned after looting and fiery protests.   Angry residents in...

Corruption trial of former TCI ministers to go beyond 2016

The corruption trial in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) of former government ministers and others...

OAS to investigate rift between Belize and Guatemala

The Organization of American States (OAS) says it will conduct an independent investigation of the...

Venezuela government imposes two-day work week

Venezuela's government has imposed a two-day work week for public sector employees as a temporary...

US Virgin Islands confirms two more cases of Zika

The US Virgin Islands Department of Health has confirmed two additional cases of the Zika virus. The...

Venezuelan court rejects proposal to cut president's term

Venezuela's Supreme Court has rejected a proposed constitutional amendment to cut President Nicolas...

Cuba and Kuwait sign energy agreement

Cuba and Kuwait signed an agreement for a long-term loan in the energy sector on Friday in Havana....

UNAIDS condemns killings of transgenders in region

The United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS has condemned killings and violations of human...

Social change needed in Babados - Sir Hilary Beckles

The Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies (UWI) has called for social change in...
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