Education ministry asks some schools to pay salaries as finance ministry audit continues (0
The Education Ministry has instructed 22 bursar-paid schools to use internal funds to pay teachers money owed to them by the Government as it tries to avert further disruptions in public schools.
Cowboy’s gone but the Sheriff’s in town, Manchester top cop tells criminals (0
‘Cowboy’ is Derrick Knight, the former Assistant Commissioner of Police for Area Three, who is now assigned to Area Five.
St Catherine Magistrate chides INDECOM (0
INDECOM had ordered Inspector Fitzroy Rhoden to appear before the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate’s Court in St Catherine on a charge of assault. But the offence happened in St Ann.
TVJ reporter says he was not muzzled at Jamaica House press briefing (0
The Press Association of Jamaica has condemned actions of Huntley Medley, the Director of Communications in the Office of the Prime Minister for forcibly removing the microphone from Jebbinson.
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