Author Archive: Myesha Broadie

Central High educators vow to remain off the job
Despite an order for them to return to work, educators at Central High in Clarendon are vowing to remain off the job. The teachers have
Energy Ministry publishes draft terms of reference for forensic audit into high oil loss at Petrojam
The Energy Ministry has published a draft of the terms of reference for the forensic audit into the high loss of oil at Petrojam.
Former Minister and Attorney-at-Law Arthur Williams appointed High Commissioner to Trinidad
A former Minister and Attorney-at-Law has been appointed Jamaica’s New High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago. Foreign Affairs
PM continues to argue in favour of SOEs being used to curb extreme crime and violence
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has outlined plans to make significant infrastructural repairs and improvements to the historic old
JCF says nothing unusual about rank held by the Head of the Police Commissioner’s security detail
The Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF, says there is nothing unusual, about the rank held by the Head of the Police Commissioner’s
JCF reports downward trend in serious and violent crimes
The country continues to see a downward trend in serious and violent crimes, despite some police divisions reporting higher figures
Robbers targeting persons handling large amount of cash and not only Chinese business operators, says Security Minister
National Security Minister, Dr. Horace Chang, has pointed-out, that robbers in Montego Bay, St. James, tend to target anyone handling
Rising crime in St. James among topics to be discussed at upcoming Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce meeting
The issue of rising crime and violence in St. James, will feature prominently in discussions to be held on Wednesday (March 13), when