Author Archive: Patrice Walters

Flood victims get compassionate cheques
Some 444 households that were impacted by flood rains in April, have benefited from compassionate cheques from the Ministry of Labour
Carlos Hill freed
Former Cash Plus boss, Carlos Hill walked free today (May 24) after the case against him collapsed in the home circuit court. Hill was
Henry to meet TA about concessions for taxis on bad roads
Transport Minister Mike Henry says he will be meeting soon with the Transport Authority to discuss remedial measures for taxi operators
Fire damages Knutsford depot in Mobay
The Knutsford Express is in the process of assessing losses incurred following a fire at its airport pick up base in Montego Bay, St.
Focus on monuments this Labour Day
The government will be carrying out restoration work on several national monuments, as part of activities for Labour Day, which will be
Another bridge collapses in Clarendon
A third bridge has collapsed in Clarendon, following the recent heavy rainfall. Communications Manager at the National Works Agency
More rain this weekend
More rains are in the forecast for this weekend, even as the country tries to recover from the onslaught of the persistent down-pour.
Upset residents stage protest at Jamalco
Some irate residents of corn piece in Clarendon staged a demonstration outside the gates of the Jamalco plant, today (May 19). The