Author Archive: Sheryl Johnson

US Congresswoman hails legacy of Portia Simpson Miller
  United States Congresswoman Maxine Waters says former Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller’s contribution to Jamaica
Still no timeline for 300 Specialist Nurses posts
There is still no clear timeline for when the three hundred permanent posts will be created for specialist nurses, even as the health
Corporate Area Police kept busy with brazen attacks
Police were busy dealing with a number of brazen attacks in the corporate area, between Tuesday and Wednesday. A would-be robber is
PM hails new Jamaican drug to treat Leukaemia
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has lauded local scientist Dr Henry Lowe for putting Jamaica on the international nutracuetical map with
Monies owed for trade license could cover budgetary needs
Local Government Minister, Desmond McKenzie, says forty percent of the monies owed by business owners and operators for trade license,
PM: Special Operations Bill not unbridled power to security forces
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has sought to assure Jamaicans that the Zones of Special Operations Bill is not intended to give
Workers restive over slow start to wage talks
Public sector workers are said to be restive, over the slow start to the wage talks. Majority of the unions representing public sector
Social services coming for communities in Special Zones
Justice Minister Delroy Chuck says the Zones of Special Operations Bill will be used to introduce social services in the communities