Hostile takeover? - Supreme Ventures chairman calls attorneys over move to oust board
Caught off guard by what appears to be a dual effort by new Trinidadian shareholder Zodiac and investment house Mayberry at a hostile takeover of the Supreme Ventures Limited board, the current directors are huddling with their lawyers on how to...

New FLA board mandated to 'clean ship' - We are up to the challenge- Anderson
Minister of National Security Robert Montague has charged the newly appointed board of the Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) to "clean ship" as they seek to restore public trust in the embattled entity.Retired Major General Antony Anderson is tasked...

Editors' Forum | Jesus embraced diversity, says JASL chairman
He is accustomed to hearing the Jamaica AIDS Support for Life (JASL) being referred to as a gay lobby group, but Anglican priest and chairman of the board of directors for the human rights organisation, Canon Garth Minott, said, like Jesus, they are...

Editors' Forum | Jamaica has been doing relatively well in dealing with HIV but ...
Programme Development Manager, Davina Gayle-Williams - We need to stop the discrimination.- Executive Director, Kandasi Levermore - We need to support people living with HIV.-...

Aim high, security minister tells scholarship awardees
"I believe that your future is always in your hands, and a lot of times, we get things and continue getting things, and we don't value them. I believe that there needs to be a sense of community and a sense of responsibility for others, and I...

Garvey inspiration - South Korean charge d'affaires hails hero's stance on education
While National Hero Marcus Garvey left an indelible legacy for Jamaicans, his forward thinking and message of equality and the value of education for all has also transcended local shores, resonating as far away as South Korea in its search for...

17 more plead guilty as Sentence-Reduction Day heads to St Catherine
SEVENTEEN persons today pleaded guilty to murder and sex-related offences in the St Catherine Circuit Court during the third staging of Sentence-Reduction Day.The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) said that four persons pleaded...

Days to go - Government rakes in millions in traffic ticket amnesty
The Government has collected nearly $200 million from motorists with just under two weeks remaining until the close of the traffic ticket amnesty."Collections up to the middle of last week stood at approximately $223 million since the start of the...

Art auction set - for Knutsford Court Sunday
More than 100 works from some of Jamaica's leading artists will be auctioned at The Rotary Club of Downtown Kingston's Annual Art Auction on Sunday at the Knutsford Court Hotel in St Andrew.The event called Wine...

Lucrative dawn on the horizon for Falmouth - Bartlett
Western Bureau:Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett on Thursday declared that a new dawn was on the horizon for the town of Falmouth in Trelawny, as he announced that the popular township is to benefit from approximately J$1.1 billion in investment....