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Gas prices down $1.69 tomorrow
A litre of E10-87 gasolene is to sell for $107.79, while E10-90 is to sell for $109.44 per litre. The prices of all other petroleum products have also been reduced.

Husband of lawyer implicated in money laundering scheme arrested, charged
Real Estate Agent and retired Banker, 66 year-old Terrence Allen of Cherry Gardens, St Andrew was arrested yesterday morning and later charged and taken to court.

Private sector groups want hold on some NHT projects
The call is being made in light of the NHT's controversial purchase of the Outameni property in Trelawny for $180 million.

Bursar-paid teachers signal plans to step up protest over retro pay
There are more than 150 bursar-paid schools in the education system. The JTA president says the majority of these teachers have not received their retroactive payments despite several promises...

New dormitory coming for Tamarind Farm Correctional Centre
The Cabinet has approved a contract for $194.8 million to expand facilities at the Tamarind Farm Adult Correctional Centre.

Finance minister heads to Chile for high-level meeting
Finance minister Dr Peter Phillips is to travel to Chile to participate in a high-level conference being held by the International Monetary Fund and that country’s ministry of finance.

Police Command to probe passenger removal from private buses
The Jamaica Association of Transport Owners and Operators (JATOO) has sought the intervention of the Police High Command claiming passengers are being removed from the busses of private operators.

Bursar paid teachers stage sit in
Teachers at some bursar paid schools in the Corporate Area, Manchester and Clarendon staged a sit in to press the Ministry of Education to pay retroactive sums owed to them today.

Government adamant NHT board did 'nothing wrong'
Information minister Senator Sandrea Falconer has explained that the Cabinet retained the board of the National Housing Trust (NHT) because it determined the members had done nothing wrong ...

PNP official Robinson speaks out on Outameni purchase
Junior Minister with responsibility for ICT, Julian Robinson, is the latest elected People’s National Party (PNP) official to speak out on the Outameni purchase, asserting that Prime Minister Portia S

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