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GLEANER HONOUR AWARD – 'Destiny': a major boost to Jamaica's film industry

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St. Kitts and Nevis dissolves parliament

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Jamaica gas retailers reject government blame over dropping oil prices

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Antigua government to add 200 extra acres for Half Moon Bay buyers

The government of Antigua and Barbuda says it’s going to throw in an extra 200 acres of land with the 108 acres at Half Moon Bay to the proposed buyers. Prime Minister Gaston Browne says it is the only option the government has in order to get enough money to pay the funds owed to Read More

Wage talks for Jamaica’s public workers get underway

The stage is now set in Jamaica for the start of negotiations for a new wage deal for more than 100 thousand public sector workers. The Jamaica Civil Service Association (JCSA) has submitted a formal wage claim to the Ministry of Finance, with two months to go before the salary freeze comes to an end. Read More

New poll in T&T puts PM Persad-Bissessar ahead of opposition leader Rowley

In Trinidad and Tobago, the latest NACTA poll conducted has given Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar a marginal lead against People’s National Movement leader Keith Rowley. The survey indicates that the Prime Minister still enjoys high approval ratings among her members and supporters, but it also shows that her supporters are cautiously optimistic about her re-election Read More

Caribbean Court of Justice marks ten-year anniversary

The Caribbean Court of Justice is ten years old, and St. Lucia’s Prime Minister Kenny Anthony weighs on the significance of the court. He says it is a milestone worth celebrating. Anthony says the goal now is to enact the necessary legislation to make the CCJ St. Lucia’s final court of appeal. The CCJ was Read More

GraceKennedy 2014 Household Worker of the Year making strides

Elaine Duncan’s life changed the day she won the inaugural GraceKennedy/Heather Little-White Household Worker of the Year Award in May 2014. Click here to read full story

Thousands to pray all night in Kendal

About 4,000 members of more than 105 churches across the island are expected to gather at the Kendal Camp and Conference Centre, Manchester on Friday, to pray for 10 hours in the annual National Healing The Land All-Night-All-Parish Prayer and Strategic Intercessory Conference for the nation’s healing. Click here to read full story

One-on-one with the chief justice

What have you done to enhance training opportunities in the court system? Click here to read full story

Court reporters needed!

The inability of the justice system to attract more persons to the job of court reporter is being pointed out as one of the factors that put the brakes on the wheels of justice. Click here to read full story

Kerr-Jarrett resigns

The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Eastern Hanover caretaker, Paula Kerr-Jarrett, yesterday resigned in order to focus on her family business, which, she says, will help in creating jobs for Jamaicans. Click here to read full story

Jamaica is No. 9 on Misery Index 2014

Jamaica has been ranked as the ninth most miserable country in the world on Cato’s Misery Index 2014. Click here to read full story

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