KINGSTON, Jamaica - A team of investors including Jamaican aviation veteran Glenn Logan, led by Yann LeProvost of the French based company W&Y SAS, has taken over the operations of the problem-plagued Fly Jamaica Airways.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, July 26, 2019 - Despite what seems to be an unusual movement in the Jamaican currency, Finance and the Public Service Minister, Dr. Nigel Clarke, says the movement is a function of demand and supply associated with a flexible exchange rate regime.
KINGSTON, July 26, 2019 - Opposition Senator Donna Scott Mottley is concerned that the government's use of the state of emergency as an ongoing crime-fighting tool violates the constitution and is a matter that should be urgently ruled on by the courts.
MONTEGO BAY, July 25, 2019 - Chairman of the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), Godfrey Dyer, says construction of the Montego Bay perimeter road (bypass) will usher in a “new frontier of economic development” for the Second City and the wider western Jamaica.
Kingston, Jamaica: 24 July 2019 - Parliament has voted to broaden the range of permissable assets in which pension plans can invest and strengthen the legislative framework with respect to safeguarding the assets of pension plans.
KINGSTON, Jamaica July 24, 2019 - Minister with responsibility for Education, Karl Samuda yesterday startled the Parliament with the news that a credit card was issued to former education minister Ruel Reid with a limit of US$3,800. He said that the card was to be used for payment for petrol, some hotel charges, book charges and air travel related matters.