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Education ministry recruiting math specialists
The Ministry of Education is recruiting math specialists for the upcoming 2014/2015 academic year, to be placed in several schools across the island.

1,146 persons prosecuted for operating illegal public passenger vehicles
The Transport Authority is reporting that its clampdown on illegal public passenger vehicles has been bearing fruit.

JPS: No to flat rate for electricity thieves
Kelly Tomblin, the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Public Service Company Limited (JPS), says the utility company does not support a flat rate for people who are now stealing elec

Attacker of Desmond McKenzie's bodyguards in hospital
One of the two men allegedly involved in yesterday's gun attack on bodyguards for West Kingston Member of Parliament Desmond McKenzie was taken to hospital last night by police.

Paulwell grants license to EWI for 381 Mega Watt of electricity 
He says the agreement outlines the commitments of both parties to employ best efforts to ensure the success of what he calls this very important project.

St Lucia eyes expanding PetroCaribe project
Vitalis said that the intention is for the Venezuelan state-owned oil and natural gas company to occupy only a small segment of the local market.

Thwaites concerned about NCU cheerleading issue
Twenty-one-year-old Sha-Shana James was suspended for two weeks has been banned from all student activities for the remaining two years she has at the university.

UTech to get interim president
In February a committee set up by the Education Ministry to probe governance issues at UTech said it did not think Professor Morrison's continuation as president would be in the best interest of the u

Desmond McKenzie, bodyguards attacked by gunmen
McKenzie says two of his bodyguards were shot at while they were at a funeral home shortly after 11 o’clock. The MP says none of the bodyguards was injured but one of the attackers was shot.

Professor Mervyn Morris named first Poet Laureate in 60 years
The title of Poet Laureate is a national honour that recognizes a distinguished Jamaican poet for his/her significant contribution to the literary community.

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