The Government is exploring the feasibility of utilising accounts receivables asset-based financing as a funding option for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs). The concept allows business owners to access capital that is secured by...
Jamaica Gleaner, 12 hours ago
Four people were on Thursday evening shot, two fatally, in two incidents in Standpipe, Liguanea, St Andrew. According to the police, in the first incident about 7:45 p.m., gunmen pounced on a group of men near the Barbican Road entrance to Standpipe...
Jamaica Gleaner, 1 days ago
The hunt is on for a group of gunmen who this afternoon robbed a supermarket in Spaldings, Clarendon then opened fire on the nearby Spaldings police station injuring a cop. The men, dressed in army fatigue, were reportedly armed with M16 rifles. They are said to have taken an undetermined sum of money from the supermarket as people scampered for safety.
Jamaica Gleaner, 2 days ago
Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson is now crafting a "transparent process" to address the vexed issue of promotions in the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF). The announcement was made by Minister of National Security Dr...
Jamaica Gleaner, 3 days ago
Sagicor Group Jamaica will invest the equivalent of $2.6 billion to build out its investment services in the Cayman Islands, in a bid to grow regionally. It comes on the heels of record profit for Jamaica’s largest insurance...
Jamaica Gleaner, 4 days ago
Predicted: People and Culture
Jamaica's business leaders are urging for bipartisan consensus in developing a modern national identification law in light of Friday's court ruling that the National Identification and Registration Act (NIRA) is unconstitutional...
Jamaica Gleaner, 5 days ago
The National Democratic Movement (NDM) has called on the government to go back to the drawing board and craft a new national identification system. The call comes in the wake of yesterday’s ruling by the Constitutional Court that the National...
Jamaica Gleaner, 7 days ago
The government is still trying to come to terms with today's Constitutional Court ruling, which struck down the National Identification and Registration Act that establishes the controversial National Identification and Data System (...
Jamaica Gleaner, 8 days ago
More than 30 government officials from 14 countries are in Jamaica taking part in the three-day Wold Trade Organization (WTO) Regional Workshop on ‘Fisheries Subsidies for Caribbean Countries’. The workshop, which opened on Tuesday at the Courtyard...
Jamaica Gleaner, 8 days ago
For its third staging, KingstOOn Animation Festival proved what they began touting in 2013 - that the local animation industry is robust with talent and poised to expand globally. On Sunday, at the close of the three-day long event, animators from...
Jamaica Gleaner, 9 days ago