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The business community is warning that the Government’s failure to enforce the COVID-19 laws governing beach parties and other entertainment events could cost the country dearly, reversing the economic gains achieved since the easing of austerity...
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PORT-OF-SPAIN (CMC): Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s electoral win on Monday night might be viewed by his Jamaican counterpart, Andrew Holness, as the signal of an incumbency wave that might prod him to announce a general...

Tempers flared in Bamboo River, St Thomas, on Monday morning as residents of the quarantined community pleaded with the security forces to allow them to run errands in the parish capital of Morant Bay, a stone’s throw from the entrance to their...

The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) standard-bearer in Clarendon South Western, Kent Gammon, has accused three-term Member of Parliament Noel Arscott of taking for granted the constituency’s supposed loyalty to the People’s National Party (PNP). Gammon...

A ding-dong battle could be shaping up in Clarendon South Western, one of the strongest and most consistent seats for the People’s National Party (PNP) in the parish, as the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) looks to bag the seat being vacated by Noel...

A St Ann man is now in police custody facing murder charges after he allegedly set his wife ablaze on Emancipation Day. The woman identified as 31-year-old Racquel Rattray, died today. The St Ann’s Bay Police say about midnight on August...

Trinidad and Tobago's Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley declared late Monday night that his ruling People’s National Movement (PNM) has won the 2020 general election. Rowley said that the PNM had won 22 of the 41 seats at stake. NOW:...

One woman and seven men today tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the overall tally to 1,031. The Health Ministry said four of the new cases were imported from Nicaragua and two from the USA.  The other two are in Kingston and St Andrew...

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is expected to call the general election for the week before the new academic year starts on September 7. Party insiders say the likeliest dates are September 2 or 3 in the narrow window to avoid interrupting the...

The public and symbolic signing of a pledge against corruption is not critical to the ruling Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), which has said that its focus is on ensuring that action is taken against public officials for the abuse of public office. It...
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