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St. Vincent & The Grenadines moves one minister

St. Lucia Economic Citizenship Programme task force

Grenada combats violence against girls

St.Kitts and Nevis students do well on exams

St. Lucia PM certain about economic turnaround

Antigua PM in China with education on the agenda

Jamaican prof calling for debate on recalling elected officials

Critical thinking needed in SVG schools, says PM Gonsalves

Jamaica’s bus riders, led by Holness, rally against fare hikes
Lawmaker says NHT is neglecting rural Jamaica

MEMBER OF Parliament for South Trelawny Marisa Dalrymple-Phi-libert has castigated the National Housing Trust (NHT) for failing to provide housing solutions for thousands of contributors living in deep rural Jamaica. Click here to read full story

Financial secretary backs Monroe Ellis. Financial secretary says ministry supports reorganisation

Financial Secretary Devon Rowe says the ministry is in full support of a reorganisation of the Auditor General’s Department, which would see increased salaries being paid to certain categories of workers and the hiring of additional staff. Click here to read full story

Local, international universities woo Jamaican students at fair

There wERE no dis-appointments for students and parents who turned out for the two-day American International School of Kingston (AISK)/Hillel Academy College Fair on Tuesday and Wednesday. Click here to read full story

Without jobs, there's no hope – PM

Western Bureau: Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has declared that the two-day International Monetary Fund (IMF) High-Level Caribbean Forum on Unlocking Economic Growth, which got under way yesterday in Montego Bay, St James, has come at an opportune time based on the nation’s great need for economic growth. Click here to read full story

IMF official gives Jamaica high marks

WESTERN BUREAU: Dr Min Zhu, deputy director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has painted a rosy outlook for Jamaica’s economic fortunes, indicating that the country’s growth trajectory is set to continue on an upward path over the next three years. Click here to read full story

Provision requiring licensed driving schools scrapped

THE JOINT Select committee examining the new Road Traffic Act on Wednesday removed a provision from the proposed law that would have made it mandatory for an applicant for a driver’s licence to obtain a certificate of competence from a licensed driving institution. Click here to read full story


According to the World Health Organization (WHO), as of October 22, there were at least 9,911 cases of the Ebola virus and 4,546 deaths in the West African countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Click here to read full story

Killed for nothing. East Kingston residents grapple with puzzling deadly shooting

Residents of St John’s Road in Rockfort, east Kingston, remained shell-shocked yesterday, as dawn broke over the ill-fated bar where three persons were murdered and five others shot and injured during a brazen attack on Wednesday night. Click here to read full story

Vandalism, theft force closure of St William Grant Park

The St William Grant Park in Kingston has been temporarily closed to the public for two weeks as the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC) effects critical infrastructural repairs to the facility. Click here to read full story

New York faces first Ebola case

A Doctors Without Borders physician, who recently returned to New York City after treating Ebola patients in West Africa, has tested positive for the virus, according to preliminary test results, city officials said yesterday. Click here to read full story

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