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Scores of employees have been resigning from their jobs with the mistaken expectation that they will receive redundancy payments from their employers, a Ministry of Labour official disclosed yesterday."There's a misconception out there among the...

With deplorable road conditions in many parts of rural Jamaica posing serious problems to farmers and motorists, Local Government Minister Desmond McKenzie has begun preliminary talks with the Chinese ambassador to explore areas of support,...

Densil Williams, pro vice chancellor of planning at the University of the West Indies (UWI), has thrown his support behind calls by Finance Minister Dr Nigel Clarke and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for Jamaica to move towards economic...

Landmark Developers Limited is pushing for arbitration in the sewer system dispute at Liberty Estate, St Ann. Karl Samuda, minister with responsibility for housing, announced last week that he would present Cabinet with a plan for the Government to...

Jamaicans and other Caribbean nationals dubbed the Windrush Generation who have been aggrieved by the actions of the United Kingdom (UK) government should immediately take steps to seek redress, advised Diana Baxter, solicitor in Britain.At the...

Junior doctors at the Cornwall Regional Hospital (CRH) have indicated that they will pursue a class-action suit against the Government regarding the unhealthy environment at the western Jamaica hospital.The incensed doctors informed the Jamaica...

The Police High Command has said that the "greatest area of concern being aired by citizens is the premature ending" of the state of public emergency in St James.Reacting to a recent call by Public Defender Arlene Harrison Henry for the ending of...

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) says the Trinidad and Tobago High Court ruling last Thursday, which declared the buggery law unconstitutional, will bolster healthcare delivery."HIV/AIDS administrators across the Caribbean have for years been...

His life has been plagued by a number of setbacks, including sitting the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) from a hospital bed last year, recuperating from surgery.Jahnoy St Jacques, 19-year-old resident of Tivoli Gardens, is...

Former People's National Party Councillor Constantine Bogle, one of several persons who leased the Yallahs Market from the municipal corporation years ago, could be on a collision course with Local Government Minister Desmond McKenzie, who is...
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