Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce has become the first woman to win Gold in four World Championship as she stormed to win Gold in Doha Qatar short time ago. She clocked 10.72 seconds to win.
The Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) estimates that at least J$100 million in one- 10- and 25-cent coins, the ‘red’ money, is ‘lost in circulation’ in the Jamaican economy, and has partnered with GraceKennedy (GK) Money Service in a recovery drive. The BOJ contends that a significant portion of this money […]
Jamaica became the first country to have recovered lost airlift within 48 hours of the collapse of Thomas Cook. That’s the word from the Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett. The minister is expressing appreciation to all partners who have responded positively to Jamaica and our efforts in London. The Minister […]
The St. James Municipal Corporation has made good on its promise to supply the St. James Health Department with three fogging machines to assist with its vector control programme across the parish. On Thursday, September 26, 2019, Mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Homer Davis and Deputy Mayor Councillor Leeroy Williams […]
Law enforcement sources in Trinidad say well-known Jamaican businessman and PNP activist, Alston Stewart, was today offered bail in the twin-island republic. Stewart, a former chairman of the National Solid Waste Management Authority, NSWMA, was taken into custody last night when at least two bullets in a magazine were allegedly […]
Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke is hailing the recent upgrading of the country’s credit rating from B+ to B by rating Agency Standard&Poors. Dr. Clarke writing on Twitter, said it is useful to note that this upgrade occurs at a time when Jamaica is effectively outside of an IMF programme […]
The new President of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica, PSOJ, Keith Duncan, says he’ll be building on the foundation laid by his predecessors. He succeeds Howard Mitchell, the 19th President of the organization. Mitchell demitted office after serving two terms. Duncan, who’s CEO of the JMMB Group, was elected […]
As robberies continue to plaque St. Elizabeth, a Western Union outlet in Santa Cruz became the latest victim this afternoon. Reports are that gunmen held up the outlet and made off with an undetermined sum of money. The Santa Cruz police are investigating. Staff Reporter email@example.com