» Collymore, contract killer in constant communication ahead of wife's murder, phone data shows
11/04/24 07:23 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
Phone data evidence showed that there was continuous communication between Barbados-born businessman Omar Collymore and the alleged contract killer in the days leading up to his wife’s murder. The data also showed a pattern where Collymo...

» No more secrets!
11/04/24 01:09 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
Principal Director of National Integrity Action (NIA) Danielle Archer is calling for the urgent repeal of the Official Secrets Act, arguing that the more current Protected Disclosures Act, or whistleblower legislation, cannot succeed alo...

» J’cans constantly burnt by Gov’t’s dumped Riverton promises, says JET boss
11/04/24 01:09 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
Executive Director of the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) Dr Theresa Rodriguez-Moodie is accusing the authorities of paying lip service to important environmental issues such as repeated fires at the Riverton landfill, the nuisance they ...

» Hamilton: J’cans not feeling impact of macroeconomic successes on development
11/04/24 01:09 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
ECONOMIC SPECIALIST Professor Rosalea Hamilton says there are questions to be answered about whether Jamaica’s positive macroeconomic performance is facilitating the development of the country, pointing to a labour force where 70 per cen...

» Samuda touts ‘significant’ investments in drought mitigation
11/04/24 01:08 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
MINISTER WITHOUT Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Matthew Samuda, says the Government has made significant infrastructure investments and honed its emergency response to minimise the impact of the drought se...

» Sugary hopes for 10-y-o Amari
11/04/24 01:08 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
WESTERN BUREAU: AT 10 years old, Amari McGibbon of Duncans, Trelawny, has a future in bee farming through his family’s honey production company Amari’s Honey. Since early childhood, Amari has been participating in the business his father...

» Portland artisan urges youth to become skilled craftsmen
11/04/24 01:08 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
STEVE TAYLOR is one of the last remaining craftsmen in the rural Portland community of Mill Bank. What distinguishes him from the others is his utilisation of bamboo stalks to make craft items. Taylor was found hard at work on Tuesday af...

» Budget backtrack
10/04/24 01:09 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
Two weeks after the House of Representatives completed its debate on the Appropriations Act, more commonly known as the Budget, lawmakers on Tuesday approved an amendment to the statute, after being advised that the statutory expenditure...

» JLP cites major ‘irregularities’ in push to void election results
10/04/24 01:09 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
A woman believed to be a resident of Kintyre in St Andrew East Rural has backed the governing Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) in its filing of an election petition to void the results of two polling divisions in the recent local government el...

» CASE student drowns at campus beach
10/04/24 01:09 from Jamaica Gleaner Online
Passley Gardens, Portland: Relatives are 19-year-old Demario Jones, a second-year student of the College of Agriculture Science and Education (CASE) in Portland, are struggling to come to grips with his passing after he drowned on Tuesda...

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