Author Archive: Patrice Walters

Meet Constable Richard Plummer, the Good Samaritan Cop
Ever since a photo of a cop carrying an old lady in St. Ann’s Bay, St. Ann went viral on social media, many have been commending the
Regulatory powers of media content
Information Minister, Senator Ruel Reid says discussions are being held with the broadcasting commission to manage the media landscape
Opposition not happy about Govt response about PM’s overseas trips
Information Minister Ruel Reid told the Senate this morning (May 12) that the country benefited greatly from the overseas travels
Montague calls on new constables to help counteract corruption
National Security Minister Robert Montague says the newly installed constables must join hands with the Ministry of National Security
NWC considers selling its debt
The National Water Commission (NWC) is contemplating selling its debt as part of measures to fund its operations. A statement by the
Govt rolls out another phase of Ocho Rios development project
Government officials are rolling out another phase of the multimillion dollar Ocho Rios development project. The US $20 m planned
Health Min. advocates for recognition of medical ganja research
The Health Ministry will be pushing for the medicinal value of marijuana to be recognized as legitimate research and work. Health
Govt. defends PM’s overseas trips
The government says the country has greatly benefited from trips by the Prime Minister in his first year in office. Information