Fresh hope for J'cans - Holness admits difficult first year but confident country now positioned for economic growth
Prime Minister Andrew Holness is confident that his administration has brought fresh hope to Jamaicans in the almost one year that it has formed the Government.Tomorrow marks one year since he led the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) to a one-seat win...
'Abusive policing not in my character' - Holness declares tough, knee-jerk approach to crime not on cards
Crime and corruption are to get special attention from the Andrew Holness-led administration as it moves into its second year as government, however, the prime minister is advising Jamaicans not to expect any tough, knee-jerk actions.During an...
Two new tourism appointments announced
The Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) has hired Aprille Thomas in a newly created post of corporate communications and public relations specialist. Thomas holds a bachelor’s degree in Media, Journalism and Digital Arts, with a minor in Marketing and a Master’s degree in Communications, Media and Advertising. “I am excited to be able to support […]
After nearly eight years at the helm of this country’s monetary authority, the Court of Appeal today gave clearance for Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler to show him the door, as it rejected not one, but two appeals made by the Governor’s attorney for him to stay on at the Central Bank. The bitter high-profile […]
Ruling flawed … AG lays out grounds for term limit appeal at CCJ
Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Mr. Basil Williams, has committed to taking the presidential term limit case to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), pointing out that the ruling by the outgoing Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Carl Singh, is deeply flawed. The Court of Appeal on Wednesday upheld the ruling of
‘No rain can stop we’ — thousands turn out to Mash in unity
The saying “Come rain or shine, nothing can stop Guyanese from ‘Mashin’” was evident Thursday as Guyanese turned out in the thousands to enjoy their Mashramani Costume and Float Parade, despite early morning showers. Early morning rain, thunder and lightning had some wondering of the fate of the annual procession, but the weather cleared up by
Chinese Embassy threatens to sue KN
The Chinese Embassy in Guyana has rubbished an article in the Kaieteur News on Thursday under the caption “Chinese Embassy container imports attract GRA’s attention”, saying the story is baseless and unsubstantiated.“The Chinese Embassy will further investigate this matter and hereby reserves the right to take legal actions,” the embassy said in a terse statement