KINGSTON, June 25, 2019 - Attorney General Marlene Malahoo Forte differed sharply with the Cabinet on Tuesday, as she told the Parliament she was not in agreement with the government's decision not to appeal the Constitutional Court ruling on the controversial National Identification and Registration Act.
KINGSTON, June 25, 2019 - Jamaica’s Special Investment Ambassador to India, Senator Aubyn Hill, says Caribbean countries need to be diligent in negotiating foreign direct investments to ensure they secure offers that are in their best interest.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, June 25, 2019 - Country Head for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission in Jamaica, Jason Fraser, has hailed the newly established Jamaica Social Stock Exchange (JSSE) as an innovative mechanism to mobilise capital for the public good.
KINGSTON, June 2019 - Prime Minister Andrew Holness has underscored the contribution of the Diaspora to national development particularly in the areas of health and education. The Prime Minister assured the gathering of Jamaicans from home and abroad that the Government will continue meaningful engagements with the Diaspora.
KINGSTON, Jamaica June 20, 2019 - If the Member of parliament for Kingston Central, the Reverend Ronald Thwaites has his way, persons holding dual citizenship in countries like the United States could be elected to the Jamaican Parliament, in much the same way as Commonwealth citizens can.
KINGSTON, June 20, 2019 - Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday led tributes to the late former Prime Minister of Jamaica Edward Phillip George Seaga during a joint sitting of the Houses of Parliament.
KINGSTON, Jamaica June 18, 2019 - Following the request from Venezuela's Juan Guido for the Jamaican government to reconsider seizure of Venezuelan interest in Petrojam, Jamaica's Attorney General is to advise on the next steps to address the legal developments in the compulsory shares acquisition of the local oil refinery, Petrojam Limited.