Second MOCA cop charged in money-soliciting case 
Jamaica Observer

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Two anti-corruption policemen implicated in soliciting money from a person involved in a corruption probe were today offered bail when they appeared in the Corporate Area Resident...

JUTC extends special summer fare
Jamaica Observer

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) says it has extended its special summer fare for adult passengers.

Water-borne illnesses under control — Health Ministry
Jamaica Observer

KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — The Ministry of Health is reporting that there has been no outbreak of water-borne illnesses, particularly gastroenteritis, for this year up to the month of August.

Fahy bemoans unions stand-off
Royal Gazette

Michael Fahy, the Home Affairs Minister, says he wants the Bermuda Government and the unions to collaborate for the good of Bermudas workers. A day before Labour Day events are set to begin, Sen Fahy issued a statement...

Governor extends condolences to Dominica
Royal Gazette

Governor George Fergusson has added his condolences to the widespread feelings of sadness and concern in Bermuda for the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Erika in Dominica. The Royal Navy Fleet Auxiliary ship, RFA...

GuySuCo gears to produce most studied document for years— says Vibert Parvatan
Kaieteur News

  –as Commissioners prepare to submit reports of sub-committees  “The people in the industry are watching and history will judge us either graciously or harshly depending on what unfolds.”   After...

Death toll from Erika climbs to 35 in Dominica
The Dominican

The death toll from Tropical storm Erika, which struck Dominica on Thursday August 27, 2015, is expected to climb to 35 making it the deadliest storm in the country’s recent history.

Caribbean Resort Owners, Managers queue up for CHTA'S HOTEL IDEA EXCHANGE FORUM OCT. 2-4,
Anguilla News

OFFERS ENGAGEMENT WITH REGION'S INNOVATIVE HOTELIERS

$92m spent to support more than 2,000 farmers - government
Jamaica Gleaner

The government says it has spent $92 million to support more than 2,000 farmers over the past two years to combat the effects climate change.  The support falls under the global Adaptation Fund which was...

Health Ministry to review decision not to release full audit of health facilities
Jamaica Gleaner

The Health Ministry says it will be meeting to determine whether to reverse its decision not to release the full audit report on Jamaica's major hospitals and health centres.  Members of the public have raised...

Nurses urge government to intensify burden reducing efforts
Jamaica Gleaner

The Nurses’ Association of Jamaica (NAJ) is urging the government to intensify its programme aimed at reducing the burden being placed on hospitals because many Jamaicans do not want to visit health centres for...

Marshall Road derelict vehicle site to be relocated
Nassau Guardian

Minister of the Environment and Housing Kenred Dorsett yesterday announced the relocation of the derelict vehicle site from its current location on Marshall Road to the New Providence Landfill on Tonique Williams-Darling...

Over 6,000 people on food program
Nassau Guardian

Over 6,000 people are receiving food assistance from the government through its prepaid cards system, Minister of Social Services Melanie Griffin said yesterday. “As of July 31, 2015, a total of 6,232 beneficiaries...

Office Of CedarBridge Academy Chair Vacant
Bernews

The Ministry of Education is advising the public today [Sept 3] that in accordance with the Education Act 1996, Minister R. Wayne Scott has declared...

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