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Garbage Collection at 80% in All Parishes
The National Solid Waste Management Authority, NSWMA, says garbage collection efforts are about 80 percent in all parishes,  following
Cabinet to receive preliminary figures for infrastructural damage
The National Works Agency, NWA, says a preliminary figure on the damage to the country’s road infrastructure, is to be sent to
BOJ pleased about economic performance
The Bank of Jamaica is upbeat about the performance of the economy. Governor of the Central Bank, Brian Wynter, has credited the
Correctional Officer charged with assault at common law
A correctional officer who is alleged to have shot his wife at their home in New Harbour Village, St. Catherine on Saturday, May 13,
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
Driver of stolen motor car dies in crash
A man who was driving a stolen motor car, died after the vehicle crashed into  a garbage truck along Spanish Town road  this morning.