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Clarendon authorities spend $3.1 million on water transportation in less than a month
Mayor of May Pen, Scean Barsnwell, says the financial costs have been burdensome with demands exceeding budgetary allocations.

JUST IN: Second case of Chikungunya confirmed in Jamaica
Director, Emergency, Disaster Management and Special Services, Dr. Marion Bullock Ducasse says in this and the previous case, the individuals travelled from an affected country.

Age limit increased for farm workers
Labour Minister, Derrick Kellier says the adjustment was made based on the recognition that there are many able-bodied persons above the previous cut off age of 40.

Cop convicted of wedding party killing files appeal
Lamont was last week sentenced to five years imprisonment for the shooting death of St. Andrew resident Everton Parchment.

Lawyer to seek bail for Cenitech director
The attorney representing director Melville Edwards, who was held in the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Task Force (MOCA) operation last Friday at Cenitech Engineering Solutions, says ...

Eight cops found guilty of disobeying INDECOM
Eight policemen have just been been found guilty of disobeying a notice of the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM).

Doctor’s Wood Disposal Site in Buff Bay on fire
The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) says a section of a cell at the Doctor’s Wood Disposal Site in Buff Bay, Portland is on fire.

More leaders react to Raymond Chang's death
The Opposition Jamaica Labour Party says Chang was a Jamaican whose business acumen, experience and skills made him a highly regarded entrepreneur.

I'm not applying for police commissioner job, says Mark Shields
Former deputy commissioner of police, Mark Shields has ruled out any speculation that he could apply for the post of police commissioner.

World Bank US$50 million loan approved to help boost Jamaica's business competitiveness
Existing and new businesses operating in Jamaica will soon benefit from streamlined regulations and processes, public-private partnerships, as well as training and access to financing.

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