United States, May 17, 2022 - The United States is easing some restrictions on Cuba, including curbs on family remittances and travel to the Caribbean island nation.
KINGSTON, Jamaica May 16, 2022 - The Opposition PNP wants the government to cap the ad valorum SCT on petroleum products to the Ex Refinery price which would be derived if the oil proce were US$67.50 per barrel.
KINGSTON, Jamaica May 16, 2022 - : Opposition Spokesman on Labour and Social Security, Senator Dr. Floyd Morris, has called on the Government to get its supporters to stop the labeling and demonization of public sector workers.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica May 16, 2022 - The new minted United States Ambassador to Jamaica, Nick Perry, having presented his credentials to the Governor General last week, will no doubt be keeping more than one eye on the election for his successor in the 58th Assembly District which he represented prior to his appointment.
ST.GEORGES, Grenada, May 16, 2022 - Grenadians will go to the polls on June 23 to elect a new government. Nomination Day will be June 1. So says Grenada Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell in his announcement on Saturday night.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica May 13, 2022 - Opposition spokesperson on tourism Senator Janice Allen says if Montego Bay is to live up to its desired 2030 vision, plans for the further expansion of the city must become the priority of the local government authorities.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, May14, 2022 - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America, 71 year old Nick Perry, present his credentials on Friday to Governor General His Excellency Patrick Allen following his arrival in Jamaica yesterday for his tour of duty.
Thousands of mourners, some hoisting Palestinian flags and chanting “Palestine, Palestine,” have attended the funeral in Jerusalem for veteran Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who witnesses say was shot and killed by Israeli forces earlier this week while covering a military raid in the occupied West Bank.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, May 13, 2022 - CARICOM member states are yet to come to a concensus as to whether they will be attending the Summit of the Americas meeting in June. A meeting by teleconference yesterday failed to arrive at a decision.
KINGSTON, Jamaica May 12, 2022 -The government of Jamaica has again sought to justify its nomination of Foreign Affairs Minister Senator Kamina Johnson-Smith for the post of Secretary General of the Commonwealth, against widespread criticism within CARICOM that the challenging is unprincipled and without merit.