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Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) says it is currently not able to collect payments for traffic ticket fines at its tax offices or via its online portal. This is because it has not received the finalised list of traffic offence codes to update its...

The Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) is probing the shooting death of two men in Annotto Bay, St Mary, during an alleged shoot-out with the police. 
Prime Minister Andrew Holness (second left, seated), signs the contract for the enactment of the Montego Bay Perimeter Road Project on November 24 in a ceremony held at Jamaica House. Other signatories pictured from left (seated) are Permanent Secretary in

A US$274.5-million contract was signed on Wednesday for the Montego Bay Perimeter Road Project, which will see construction of a 14.9-kilometre bypass of the city. This is expected to create a safe and reliable alternative route for motorists...

LONDON: Maxie Hayles, one of the leading campaigners for equal rights for African-Caribbean people in the West Midlands for more than three decades, has received the Member of the British Empire (MBE) insignia in a ceremony at Windsor Castle....

The Court of Appeal today refused an application for leave for former Education Minister Ruel Reid and President of the Caribbean Maritime University  Fritz Pinnock to take their fraud case to the United Kingdom-based Privy Council....

People's National Party (PNP) president Mark Golding has scoffed at suggestions that the party would pay a heavy political price for voting against the extension of the states of public emergency in seven police divisions. The SOEs ...

The National Works Agency (NWA) says as of Saturday, it will close Barry Street in the vicinity of the Supreme Court in Kingston to carry out emergency drainage improvement works. The NWA says the road will be closed for about 10 days. NWA...

Generation 2000 (G2K), the young professional affiliate of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) is disgusted by the decision of the Opposition to vote against extending the State of Public Emergency. Last night, Opposition Senators blocked the extension...

Information technology specialist Maurice Barnes has been appointed as a commissioner on the Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ). The appointment took effect on November 1, 2021 and completes the slate of ECJ commissioners. Barnes has more than...

WESTERN BUREAU: Although noting that the Government remained committed to caring for all citizens, regardless of their standing in life, Local Government Minister Desmond McKenzie has said that any new person being taken into the Trelawny Infirmary...
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