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November 9th, 2018
Bill dead in the water

Nation News

The Barbados Government on Wednesday night suffered a major defeat in the Senate on a motion that would have amended its Constitution.

November 8th, 2018
Four people are dead in Little London, Westmoreland

Jamaica Gleaner

WESTMORELAND, Jamaica - The Gleaner understands that they were killed early this morning (November 8, 2018) after gunmen invaded a lane in the community of Maizemore and opened fire on three houses.

November 7th, 2018
UTT doctorates for Montano, Eintou Springer

T&T Guardian

ARIMA, T&T, Caribbean - Af­ter more than 35 years in the art form, so­ca king Machel Mon­tano is be­ing award­ed an Hon­orary Doc­tor­ate by the Uni­ver­si­ty of Trinidad and To­ba­go (UTT).

November 7th, 2018
BBCI complies with order

Guyana Chronicle

BERBICE, Guyana, SA – The Berbice Bridge Company Inc. (BBCI) said it has no alternative but to comply with the Order issued by Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson to put the company under the supervision of the government and to prohibiting the entity from implementing the Toll Order Adjustment announced on 16th October, 2018.”

November 7th, 2018
Petrojam In Spotlight Again!

Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica's parliamentary Opposition has sought answers from the Andrew Holness administration about whether the state-owned oil refinery Petrojam is owed more than J$380 million by a Greek fuel-trading company that filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States (US) yesterday.

October 10th, 2018
Woman, 70, trailed, robbed and then shot

Kaieteur News

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, SA - An elderly woman who was accompanying her husband to refill their water was shot, during a robbery which occurred in front of Nimbus Water Guyana at 79 Laluni and Albert Streets, Queenstown, about 13:15 hours, yesterday.

October 10th, 2018
Protesting JPS Employees Ordered Back To Work

Jamaica Gleaner

There will be no further power outages as a result of industrial action taken by some employees of the Jamaica Public Service (JPS), who were protesting over a proposed implementation of a performance-based incentive programme by the company, as they have been ordered back to work by the Ministry of Labour.

October 10th, 2018
Honest policeman returns cash, bank card

T&T Newsday

AT A TIME when the public’s trust in the police service is a debatable subject, comes this story of an honest policeman who found $2,000 left behind by another person in the ATM room of a bank and made it his business to ensure the cash was returned to its rightful owner.

October 1st, 2018
Hunt On For Cop Killer

Jamaica Gleaner

Up to late yesterday, detectives assigned to the Hunts Bay Criminal Investigation Branch were continuing their search for the man believed to have murdered District Constable Mellissa Edwards-Whyte at her home on Farmbrook Avenue, Patrick City, Kingston 20, Saturday night.

September 13th, 2018
NAJ, Gov't Sign Wage Deal

Jamaica Gleaner

The Government and the Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ) yesterday (September 12, 2013) signed a wage agreement for the 2017-2019 contract period.


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