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.
Sections of St Ann left without water after robbery at Breadnut Hill facility
The Digicel Cup 2014 Inter-school Clay Challenge, featuring shooters in the age group 7-18, will be staged today at the Portmore Range in St Catherine, with action set to start at 9 a.m.
NOVEMBER 24 European Union/IFC/PIOJ/ Jamaica Exporters Association launch of new EPA project for Jamaican food producers, at Courtleigh Hotel and Suites, 85 Knutsford Boulevard, New Kingston, 9 email@example.com\
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Carlene Davis recently released the gospel album Dripping Blood. As the Christmas season comes closer, it is a good time to revisit a classic song for the end of year from her catalogue.
The Portia Simpson Miller (PSM) Foundation celebrated five years of existence at their annual fund-raising party, at Norbrook Drive last Saturday night.
Parliament is examining the Sexual Offences Act to possibly change it to allow for a woman to charge her husband with rape. To many Jamaican men - and women, too - this shows just how idle our politicians are!
Comedian Bill Cosby waves to the crowd as he walks onstage at the beginning of his performance at the Maxwell C.
The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) says the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) will be billed for the cost to repair buses allegedly damaged by their supporters on journeys to the party's 71st annual conference, held last weekend at the National Arena, Arthur Wint Drive, St Andrew.