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The Soca Groove with D’Enforcas


St. Vincent & The Grenadines moves one minister
The Gleaner under Sealy

His friends called him Ted. The Government called him often. Click here to read full story

Opting out

Like someone suffering from the dreaded chikungunya disease, Jamaicans, these days, shuffle in low numbers to voting booths in general and local government elections, 70 years after they were accorded the right to vote for the political leaders of their choices. Click here to read full story

KSAC land mess

The Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC), the municipal body which manages billions of taxpayers’ dollars in the two most populated parishes in the island, has no clue about how much property it owns. Click here to read full story

Hammering out an NHT board

With reports surfacing of a split in the Cabinet over the future of the Easton Douglas-led National Housing Trust (NHT) board, Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller seems set to cast the deciding vote if it stays or goes. Click here to read full story

Help! Help!

Inadequate parenting is one of the major contributing factors for most Jamaican children attempting suicide. Click here to read full story

'Guarding democracy'

Under the theme ‘Guarding Democracy’ the Press Association of Jamaica (PAJ) will mark the 2014 National Journalism Week, starting today, with the usual church service. Click here to read full story

Keep politics away from contracts!

WITH the new procurement bill proposing to split the National Contracts Commission (NCC) from the Office of the Contractor General, the joint select committee of Parliament considering the legislation has been asked to ensure that there is daylight between the proposed Public Procurement Commission and the political directorate. Click here to read full story

Trafigura ghost scares PNP

Obviously frightened by the ghost of the 2006 Trafigura controversy, the governing People’s National Party (PNP) has decided to back off from a possible deal which could result in the state entity Petrojam losing some US$140 million in revenue each year. Click here to read full story

'Let them come'!

Under-pressure chairman of the National Housing Trust (NHT), Easton Douglas, is welcoming a proposal from the Opposition Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) to mount a legal challenge against the purchase of the Trelawny property which housed the Outameni Experience. Click here to read full story

$500 LIGHT bill – Crooked electricians selling JPS power to 'customers'!

Some electricians are aiding the theft of electricity distributed by the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) and selling power to persons in some communities across the island. Click here to read full story

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