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Minister of state in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Floyd Green, said that the Government’s move to abolish the minimum business tax is likely to spur more micro, small and medium-size (MSME) businesses operating...

Okari Banton might not look like one, but the software developer at JN General Insurance Company (JNGI) is a revolutionary. The computer programmer took the lead in the automation of JNGI’s funds-reconciliation process with its insurance broker...

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Dear Mrs Walker-Huntington, I would like your advice on this matter. I got married last year. My husband and my daughter, who are both green card holders since 2015, live in South Florida. His father filed for them. Although we got married last...

Dear Ms Powell I have a boyfriend in Canada and we are trying to find out the best way for me to move to Canada. Can you please let us know our options? Thanks in advance. HA Dear HA, There are many options for individuals who would like to move...

Dear Mr Bassie, My father is British, and I am being told that I have “right of abode”, what does this mean, and is this so? I would greatly appreciate any light that you can throw on this please. PP Dear PP, To have right of abode means that...

The People's National Party (PNP) has called for the immediate removal of Central High chairman, Henry Morant, amid reports that he is currently on bail for a murder charge.

Executive Director of Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ), Rodjé Malcolm, says the decision of the Privy Council on the promotion of Delroy Hewitt will set a new legal precedent and will aid in the longstanding attempts to reform how police are...

Don Wehby, CEO of the GraceKennedy Group, title sponsor of the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championships (Champs), says the alleged attack on a teacher at Calabar High School by student athletes provides an opportunity to fast-...

Jamaica's highest court, the Privy Council, has granted an appeal filed by human-rights lobby group Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) that challenged the promotion of ex-policeman Delroy Hewitt by the Police Service Commission (PSC) amid allegations of extrajudicial killings.
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