Jamaica's Best honoured at Hospitality Jamaica Awards
It was a function that featured the nation’s significant contributors to the tourist industry and to culminate the celebration, ‘Jamaica’s Best 10’ were awarded in their respective categories.
University professor warns of possible PetroCaribe fallout
Roubini suggested that it was only a matter of time before Venezuela would no longer be able to provide subsidised oil to the Caribbean.
St James constable, man on corruption charge granted bail
Constable Dwayne Wright, who is attached to the Montego Bay Police Traffic Division, and Damion Tummings of a St James address, were offered bail in the sum of $700,000 and $500,000, respectively.
$2.8 billion shortfall in property tax, Arscott appeals to delinquents
Speaking on Thursday at the press launch of Local Government and Community Month 2014, Arscott the money collected through property tax will enable the Government to deliver important service.
Ananda Alert issued for 17-y-o Samantha Robinson
The police say at the time she was dressed in a cream skirt, cream blouse with a green belt, white socks and a pair of black shoes.
Ebola cases surpass 10,000
The WHO says the 10,141 cases reported in the latest Ebola outbreak has resulted in 4,922 deaths.
SVL announces multimillion-dollar donation to aid Ja's Ebola fight
Supreme Venture Limited has announced plans to donate millions of dollars to the government to purchase hand-held thermal sensors and other items to assist Jamaica’s Ebola preparedness and response.
PNP to hold regional exec meetings tomorrow
The PNP says its 2014-2015 programme of political work and the establishment of regional review committees to address proposed amendments to its Constitution are among the issues up for discussion.
Homestead Place of Safety gets transitional living facility
The transitional house which is a project of the Rotary Club of St Andrew was funded by the British High Commission and other donors to the tune of $5.5 million, and is equipped to house 10 girls.
Jamaica makes preparation to capitalise on Brazil Olympics
Jamaican Ambassador to Brazil, Alison Stone Roofe said the embassy will be working with JAMPRO and the Jamaica Tourist Board, to ensure activities are rolled out in a very organised and smooth way.