Opposition says lack of working motor vehicles at several police stations negatively impacting  ability of officers to carry out their duties
Opposition says lack of working motor vehicles at several police stations negatively impacting  ability of officers to carry out their duties

The lack of working motor vehicles at several of the island's police stations is negatively impacting the ability of officers to carry out their duties.

This, according to Opposition Spokesman on National Security Peter Bunting.

Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke, says government intends to develop a procurement catalogue for the public service
Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke, says government intends to develop a procurement catalogue for the public service

Minister of Finance, Dr. Nigel Clarke, said government intends to develop a procurement catalogue for the public service.

He said this will make the procurement of certain categories of goods more efficient.

Opposition demands full and transparent investigation into the release of information about Golding by Cabinet Member Daryl Vaz
Opposition demands full and transparent investigation into the release of information about Golding by Cabinet Member Daryl Vaz

The Opposition People's National Party (PNP) is demanding a full and transparent investigation into the recent release of information about Opposition Leader Mark Golding by Cabinet member Daryl Vaz. 

Mr. Vaz released information in relation to the citizenship of Mr. Golding.

General Legal Council loses battle in UK’s Privy Council to have Attorney-at-Law Michael Lorne disbarred for professional misconduct
General Legal Council loses battle in UK’s Privy Council to have Attorney-at-Law Michael Lorne disbarred for professional misconduct

This as the Privy Council this morning dismissed the GLC's appeal, which sought to overturn a 2021 decision by the Appellate Court that Lorne should not be disbarred but be suspended for five years.

Lorne was reportedly retained to sell a property in eastern Kingston, for which the complainant and her

Baby among 12 additional Haitians discovered by police in Portland yesterday
Baby among 12 additional Haitians discovered by police in Portland yesterday

A baby was among 12 additional Haitians discovered by police in Portland yesterday.

This brings to 22, the number of Haitians who have entered the island since the start of the week.

Sergeant Arleen McBean elected as Chairman of the Jamaica Police Federation
Sergeant Arleen McBean elected as Chairman of the Jamaica Police Federation

Sergeant Arleen McBean has been elected Chairman of the Jamaica Police Federation.  

This is her second stint as Chairman.

Prime Minister Andrew Holness remains steadfast in plans to develop Centre of Government at National Heroes Park in Kingston
Prime Minister Andrew Holness remains steadfast in plans to develop Centre of Government at National Heroes Park in Kingston

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he remains steadfast in his plans to develop a 'Centre of Government' at the National Heroes Park in Kingston. 

In 2017, Mr. Holness signed a Memorandum of Understanding with China Construction America (CCA) for the crafting of technical plans for the project's development.

Holness and Golding urge Jamaicans to support elderly and disabled as the country observes Labour Day
Holness and Golding urge Jamaicans to support elderly and disabled as the country observes Labour Day

Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Opposition Leader Mark Golding are urging Jamaicans to focus on inclusion and support for the elderly and persons with disabilities. 

Their aligned messaging, comes as Jamaica observes Labour Day today, under the theme "Ramp up di access…Show you care”.

Naggoe Head Primary School is the Insports/National Primary Schools Athletics Champion
Naggoe Head Primary School is the Insports/National Primary Schools Athletics Champion

Naggoe Head Primary School crowned themselves champions of the Insports/National Primary Schools Athletics Championship which ended earlier this afternoon at the National Stadium. 

Jamaica continues to see a decrease in major crimes
Jamaica continues to see a decrease in major crimes

This was disclosed by Information Minister, Senator Dr Dana Morris Dixon at the post-Cabinet press briefing this morning.

Among the crimes seeing declines are murders, shootings, rapes, robberies and break-ins.

Dr Morris Dixon said the decrease is a result of several new initiatives and policies that

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Opposition says lack of working motor vehicles at several police stations negatively impacting  ability of officers to carry out their duties
Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke, says government intends to develop a procurement catalogue for the public service
Opposition demands full and transparent investigation into the release of information about Golding by Cabinet Member Daryl Vaz
General Legal Council loses battle in UK’s Privy Council to have Attorney-at-Law Michael Lorne disbarred for professional misconduct
Baby among 12 additional Haitians discovered by police in Portland yesterday
Sergeant Arleen McBean elected as Chairman of the Jamaica Police Federation
Prime Minister Andrew Holness remains steadfast in plans to develop Centre of Government at National Heroes Park in Kingston
Holness and Golding urge Jamaicans to support elderly and disabled as the country observes Labour Day
Naggoe Head Primary School is the Insports/National Primary Schools Athletics Champion
Jamaica continues to see a decrease in major crimes
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The lack of working motor vehicles at several of the island's police stations is negatively impacting the ability of officers to carry out their duties. This, according to Opposition Spokesman on National Security Peter Bunting.
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Minister of Finance, Dr. Nigel Clarke, said government intends to develop a procurement catalogue for the public service. He said this will make the procurement of certain categories of goods more efficient.
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