• Health Ministry says passage of amendments to Dangerous Drug Act was rushed

    Health Minister, Dr. Christopher Tufton, says he believes the passage of the amendments to the Dangerous Drugs Act were rushed. The amendments resulted in
  • Health Ministry to continue recruiting nurses from overseas

    The Health Ministry will continue its recruitment of overseas nurses, despite disapproval from the Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ). Health Minister Dr.
  • Beres Hammond rocks Groovin in the Park

    Beres Hammond once again cemented his mark proving to reggae and music lovers around the world that he is indeed the legend of lover’s rock. The more than
  • Sally Pearson out of Rio Olympics

    Australian sprinter Sally Pearson will be unable to defend her 100 meters hurdles title at the Rio Olympics after tearing her hamstring in training.
  • Commission set up to review Caricom

    The 15 man Caricom Review Commission was launched today (June 28) by Prime Minister Andrew Holness. Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding will sit with
  • Govt. seeking to get one thousand more on overseas work programme

    The government will be strengthening and expanding the overseas employment program this financial year, with the aim of getting one thousand more Jamaicans
  • NIS modernization underway

    Labour and Social Security Minister, Shahine Robinson says activities have already begun to modernize operations of the National Insurance Scheme (NIS).
  • Knibbs & Newnham end 10th at World University Games in France

    Jamaica’s two man team of William Knibbs and Jonathan Newnham ended a creditable 10th at their inaugural appearance at the World University Games
  • Dustin Brown advances at Wimbledon

    German-Jamaican Dustin Brown has for the second consecutive year advanced to the second round of the men’s singles competition Wimbledon. Brown, who bowed
  • Serena Williams advance to second round of Wimbledon

    World number one Serena Williams booked her place in the second round of the Wimbledon Tennis Championship this morning after carefully navigating her
  • Coach Paul Nixon hope for great rewards from Tallawahs in 2016 edition of CPL T/20

    Head coach Paul Nixon says detailed planning has already gone into Jamaica Tallawahs’ campaign and he is hoping to reap rewards when the Caribbean Premier

Health Ministry says passage of amendments to Dangerous Drug Act was rushed

by June 29th, 2016
Health Ministry says passage of amendments to Dangerous Drug Act was rushed
Health Minister, Dr. Christopher Tufton, says he believes the passage of the amendments to the Dangerous Drugs Act were rushed. The

Health Ministry to continue recruiting nurses from overseas

by June 29th, 2016
Health Ministry to continue recruiting nurses from overseas
The Health Ministry will continue its recruitment of overseas nurses, despite disapproval from the Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ).

Sally Pearson out of Rio Olympics

by June 29th, 2016
Sally Pearson out of Rio Olympics
Australian sprinter Sally Pearson will be unable to defend her 100 meters hurdles title at the Rio Olympics after tearing her hamstring

Knibbs & Newnham end 10th at World University Games in France

by June 28th, 2016
Knibbs & Newnham end 10th at World University Games in France
Jamaica’s two man team of William Knibbs and Jonathan Newnham ended a creditable 10th at their inaugural appearance at the World

Beres Hammond rocks Groovin in the Park

by June 29th, 2016
Beres Hammond rocks Groovin in the Park
Beres Hammond once again cemented his mark proving to reggae and music lovers around the world that he is indeed the legend of lover’s

Devin Di Dakta to Appear in Court

by June 27th, 2016
Devin Di Dakta to Appear in Court
Dancehall artiste Devin Di Dakta is to appear in court tomorrow June 28, to answer to charges of improperly touching an exotic dancer.