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Patterson hits out against government's position not to settle Petrojam acquisition through arbitration

Former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson is rejecting the government's arguments that going to...

Government systems not ready for new Road Traffic Act

  With less than three months before the new Road Traffic Act takes effect, it appears that...

Just 3 of 82 audited boats in Port Royal, Portmore licensed to carry passengers

An audit of vessels in Port Royal and Portmore has revealed that of  82 boats operating in...

Woman charged for stealing baby at Cornwall Regional Hospital remanded

Twenty-six year-old Melissa Harriott, who is accused of stealing a baby at the car park of Cornwall...

Three sought in relation to murder of farm caretaker in Linstead

The police are searching for three suspects in connection with Friday's murder of a 62 year-old...

Man arrested for gun seizure in Trelawny part of criminal gang, police say

  The Trelawny police say they believe the man who was arrested during an operation on the Salt...

Five murdered overnight in Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago woke to news Wednesday morning that five more people were murdered overnight....

Guyana's Chief Justice says she will rule on no-confidence matter this month

Guyana's Chief Justice Roxane George-Wiltshire says she intends to give a ruling by the end of this...

AMG Packaging & Paper reports improved financials

AMG Packaging & Paper has released its first set of improved financials following its disposal...

Caribbean Airlines opens new ticket office in Cuba

Caribbean Airlines has opened a new ticket office in Havana, Cuba, to provide enhanced reservations,...

Goldman Sachs boss apologises for ex-partner's role in Malaysia corruption scandal

Goldman Sachs' new boss has apologised to Malaysia for the role an ex-partner played in the...

Oil prices edge lower

Oil prices edged lower on Wednesday after data showed growing U.S. refined product inventories and...

JGRA backs government's rejection of offer to buy Petrojam

  The Jamaica Gasolene Retailers Association (JGRA) is in support of  the Government's...

St. Mary man dies in house fire

  A 39 year-old man burnt to death in a house fire in Juno Pen, Annotto Bay, St. Mary Tuesday...

Two fishermen charged in connection with ganja bust in Negril

Two fishermen have been charged in connection with Sunday's seizure of 1,400 pounds of ganja along...

St. Elizabeth gets 34 additional vector control workers

The St. Elizabeth Health Department's Vector Control Unit is to be assigned an additional 34...

JPS settles electricity bill dispute with retired employees

  A settlement has been reached in the dispute between the National Workers Union (NWU) and the...

Corbyn calls Theresa May administration 'zombie government'

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called Theresa May's administration a zombie government that cannot...

Six inmates of Fort Augusta Correctional Centre relocated to Horizon Remand Centre

Six high-risk inmates housed at Fort Augusta Adult Correctional Centre on South Camp Road in...

Audit of boats operating off Port Royal completed

Transport Minister Robert Montague has announced that the audit of marine vessels operating...

Jamaica to host Global Conference on Jobs and Inclusive Growth

Jamaica is set to host a Global Conference on Jobs and Inclusive Growth which will focus on Small...

TT opposition leader not surprised by Sandals pullout

Trinidad and Tobago's Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, says she is not surprised by...

Restrictions imposed on protesting inmates at Fort Augusta

  The Department of Correctional Services says it has taken drastic steps to quell  unrest...

Digicel completes debt exchange but FITCH issues governance warning

Ratings agency Fitch is warning Digicel about governance following the recent completion of  a...

Jamaican batsman gets maiden Windies test call-up

Jamaican batsman John Campbell has earned a maiden West Indies test call-up ahead of the England...

JADCO seeking to acquire new building

Chairman of the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) Alexander Williams says plans to get a new...

JAAA begins payment of Athletics World Cup prize money to athletes

Local athletics governing body, the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) is adamant...

"Bunny" Shaw wins more accolades

With just days to go before the RJRGLEANER Sports Foundation Awards Gala, national forward Kadijah...

'Crisis!' - Opposition concerned about water woes in Corporate Area

  The Parliamentary Opposition has described as a crisis the water problems now facing sections...

PM urged to appoint Minister of Works to oversee road projects

  The Parliamentary Opposition is calling for the Prime Minister to appoint a Minister of Works...

Crime meeting involving gov't, opposition and stakeholders called off

A meeting involving the Government, Opposition and stakeholder groups, which was set for Wednesday...

Digicel signs technology services contract with Dominica

Digicel has signed a landmark technology services contract with the Government of Dominica.  ...

Bahamas businesses urged to take advantage of projected increase in air arrivals

Bahamian entrepreneurs have been urged to seize the moment and grab a greater piece of the tourism...

Venezuela's congress seeks freeze on government bank accounts

Venezuela's opposition-run congress is considering a measure that would ask dozens of foreign...

Oil futures climb

Oil futures climbed higher on Tuesday, recouping some of the losses suffered over back-to-back...

Paramount Trading reports decline in net profit

Paramount Trading is reporting that its net profit for the six months ended November 30, declined....

BOJ's new communication strategy ensures accountability, says economist

The Bank of Jamaica (BOJ),  has been making waves on social media with a new communication...

Law enforcement officers engaged in programme to enhance financial investigations

The Government is working to improve investigation and prosecution in relation to money laundering...

Caribbean Cream reports net profit of $96 million

Caribbean Cream is reporting net profit of $96 million for the nine months ended November.  ...

Essex Valley Agriculture Development Project to be launched at Lititz Primary

The Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries is to launch the Essex Valley...

California energy firm filing for bankruptcy following wildfires

A Californian energy firm has said it plans to file for bankruptcy protection as it faces huge costs...

Oil prices decline

Oil prices fell about one per cent on Monday, pressured by data showing weakening imports and...

Caribbean Cream records net profit of $96-million over nine months

Caribbean Cream is reporting net profit of  $96 million  for the nine months ended...

Construction of new JAMALCO power plant to be completed in 2020

Construction of  JAMALCO's  US$189 million gas-fired co-generation power plant by New...

Husbands make winning return to Caymanas Park

Canadian-based Barbadian jockey Simon Husbands made a winning return to Caymanas Park when he guided...

Scorpions running out of venom against Red Force

The Jamaica Scorpions are once again staring at a second straight defeat at home in the regional...

Two new events added to World Relays

Two new events have been added to the IAAF World Relays to be staged from May 12-13 in Yokohama,...

Scorpions on the back-foot against Red Force

The Jamaica Scorpions have found themselves on the back-foot against the Trinidad and Tobago Red...

Reggae Boy Vassell signs with new MLS franchise

Jamaican international Peter-Lee Vassell is set to become the latest reggae boy to parade his skills...

FLOW severs ties with "Champs"

The Inter Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) is now in search of a new communications...

Blake splits with coach Mills

2011 world 100 metres champion Yohan Blake is no longer being conditioned by renown sprint coach and...

Wet pitch forces suspension of play in regional game at Sabina Park

The application of excess water during the pitch preparation has been given as the reason behind the...

CWI facing internal pressure over Pybus' interim appointment

Cricket West Indies (CWI) is facing internal opposition to its appointment of Richard Pybus as...

Sabina Park to host rugby

Sabina Park will open its doors to another sport on January 19 as rugby union will be held for the...

Blackwood and Campbell named in CWI President's XI squad

Jamaicans Jermaine Blackwood and John Campbell have been included in the Cricket West Indies...

Tallawahs CEO calls for more support from Jamaican Government

Jamaica Tallawahs Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jeff Miller is urging the Jamaican Government to...

Referee Tyrell dropped from FIFA list

Jamaican referee Karl Tyrell has been dropped from FIFA's list for the 2019 season. The local...

JRC awaiting report on jockey found with "battery"

Chairman of the Jamaica Racing Commission (JRC) Clovis Metcalfe says he has been promised a report...

Omar Edwards resigns as coach of Tivoli Gardens FC

Former five time Premier League champions Tivoli Gardens is on the hunt for a new...

Government identifies two other locations for synthetic tracks

The Government has identified at least two other locations where synthetic tracks will be installed...

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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