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CASE Students Protesting Over Deplorable Living Conditions

CASE Students Protesting Over Deplorable Living Conditions

Another wave of protest is happening within the education sector. This time, students at the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) in Portland are protesting over what they claim are deplorable living conditions at the institution. They are calling on the Ministries of Education, Health and Agriculture along with the administration of the college...

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Victims of Fire Receive New Houses

Victims of Fire Receive New Houses

The 11 adults and 14 children whose homes perished in a fire on Bayfarm Road have received the keys to their new homes. The residents were gifted with refurbished houses as part of the Housing, Opportunity, Production, and Employment (HOPE) Programme yesterday.

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Politicians Visas Revoked

Politicians Visas Revoked

The United states Embassy has revoked the visa of cabinet member Minister Daryl Vaz and shadow Minister in the opposition Phillip Paulwell. Vaz indicated that he is now actively trying to ascertain the reason/s his Visa was revoked.

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ELIVE Unplugged with Ian Lewis

ELIVE Unplugged with Ian Lewis

Can you imagine what it was like to be a musician back in the days? Find out where the Inner Circle started with Ian Lewis on Elive Unplugged. Understand how it started and what he is doing with his talents today.

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Economic Fallout From Anti-Gay Discrimination

Economic Fallout From Anti-Gay Discrimination

The conversation surrounding discrimination of the LGBT Community has again been placed on the front burner. Has again been placed on the front burner, as in a recent article Executive Director of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute, CAPRI, says this Jamaica’s Oppressive Anti Gay Laws and Discriminatory practices are weighing heavily on the country’s economy, with...

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Minister Bartlett Hails Riu’s Investment In Jamaica

Minister Bartlett Hails Riu’s Investment In Jamaica

MONTEGO BAY, Oct. 31:             Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, has hailed the owners of the Spanish hotel chain, RIU Resorts, for the growing expansion and continued investment in Jamaica.             RIU has pumped over J$11 billion (US$85 million) into the renovation of its Ocho Rios property in St. Ann, including the building of a...

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Minister Samuda urges UTech, Ja. Academic Staff to Accept Payment Offer

Minister Samuda urges UTech, Ja. Academic Staff to Accept Payment Offer

Minister with Responsibility for Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Karl Samuda is urging staff at the University of Technology to review and accept UTech’s offer for the settlement of outstanding retroactive payments for 2018/19. The members of staff, who are represented by the University of Technology Jamaica Academic Staff Union (UTASU), have been off the...

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The PNP, Bridging The Gaping Divide

The PNP, Bridging The Gaping Divide

The divide within the Peoples National Party appears to be widening as the fallout from the Internal Presidential Election is continuing to have ripple effects. Is the party in a fragile state? And there are fresh arguments following the selection of PNP YO President Krystal Tomlinson to represent the party in the West Rural St....

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Jackson Challenges Chang To Produce Constitutional Court Ruling On MOUs

Kingston, Jamaica. October 30, 2019: The People’s National Party (PNP) Shadow Minister of National Security, Mr. Fitz Jackson, MP, has challenged the Minister of National Security, Dr. Horace Chang, M.P., to produce a copy of any ruling by Jamaica’s Constitutional Court that the information sharing MOUs with the US, UK and Canada were rendered unconstitutional....