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PHOTOS: Kaci Fennell arrives home
Miss Universe Jamaica Kaci Fennell, moments ago, landed at the Norman Manley International Airport.

JLP's Grange weighs in on Kaci Fennell's Miss Universe placement
Opposition Spokesperson on Gender Affairs, Entertainment & Culture, Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, has expressed disappointment in the outcome of the finals of the 63rd Miss Universe contest in Florida ...

SERHA to add 28 bed spaces at KPH
The South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA) says it will be adding 28 bed spaces at the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) in an effort to meet demand.

Government to establish poverty committee to address economic fallout
The Government says a poverty reduction committee is to be created to deal with fallouts caused by austerity measures as a result of Jamaica’s economic reform.

Company secures $63m to finance wind energy project
An energy company seeking to add 36 megawatts of wind energy to Jamaica’s grid says it has secured three loans for the $63 million required to undertake the project.

PNP celebrates clearing JLP's unfulfilled wage negotiations
The People's National Party (PNP) administration says it has settled most salary-related obligations, amounting to $12 billion, it inherited from the previous Jamaica Labour Party administration.

Attorney General begins submissions in UWI-Bain case
Director of litigation in the Attorney General’s Department Carlene Larmond, says she has not found any case where a termination of contract has been in breach of fundamental rights.

Alleged madman stones JUTC bus, passengers injured
A man, who is believed to be of unsound mind, reportedly damaged a Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) bus a short while ago.

US winter storm Juno causing flight delays out of Jamaica
Scores of airline passengers are now contemplating their next move after flights on three airlines were cancelled because of Winter Storm Juno, which is affecting the east coast of the United States.

Jamaica, CARICOM leaders begin two-day US-Caribbean energy summit in Washington
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller along with other CARICOM leaders will today begin high-level talks in Washington with US vice-president Joe Biden on the region's energy security.

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