MONTEGO BAY January 10, 2015 - Chief Executive Officer of Scotia Group Jamaica Limited, Jacqueline Sharp has expressed her company’s support for the Government’s economic programme, stating that it is facilitating growth and raising the country’s investment profile internationally.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Thursday January 8, 2015 – Caribbean Airlines is said to be experiencing a shortage of pilots at its Piarco and Norman Manley International airport bases in Trinidad and Jamaica, which “will have a serious, negative impact on the airlines’ services in 2015.”
KINGSTON, Jamaica January 7, 2015- As the Parliament continues its debate on whether Jamaica should establish the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as its final court of appeal, almost half the respondents in a recent Don Anderson poll, commissioned by the RJR Communications Group, feel the country should do away with the Privy Council and establish the CCJ.
KINGSTON, December 24, ’14 - The Government of Jamaica has asked that the authorities in the Bahamas take all necessary measures, to ensure the safety of the Jamaican woman who alleged, that a senior immigration officer raped her.
NASSAU, Bahamas, December 22, 2014- Minister of Foreign Affairs & Immigration for the Bahamas, Fred Mitchell, says his Government will "not countenance any malfeasance" on the part of individuals who are a part of his country’s Immigration Department.
President of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) LUIS Alberto Moreno, says he was "truly impressed" with the country's progress since his last visit and "commended the Prime Minister and her Government for their commitment to reform Jamaica’s economy and to confirm our Bank’s strong support for Jamaica."