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Monthly Archives: January 2021

Gun licence application and review processes gone online – FLA

With a newly upgraded technological infrastructure in place, the Firearms Licensing Authority (FLA) says it will now be accepting all applications and appeals online.

Some J’cans may have to pay for COVID jab

CONCERNS are emerging that some Jamaicans could end up paying for COVID-19 vaccines as the country draws closer to accessing the first batch of shots for specified categories of people.

Gov’t to review proposals for resumption of entertainment sector

While seeking to assure them they that have not been forgotten, Prime Minister Andrew Holness told members of the entertainment fraternity that they will have to wait a bit longer before receiving the green light to resume some semblance of normal operations as bans on gatherings, parties, round robins and other such activities remain in force due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Taxi operator charged with female Canadian promoter’s murder

A 32-year-old man has been charged with murder in relation to last week’s killing of Latoya Alcindor, a popular Canadian events promoter, in Runaway Bay, St Ann.

US issues level 3 advisory to its citizens travelling to Jamaica

The United States has issued a level three travel advisory to its citizens travelling to Jamaica.

Travelers, including J’cans, required to quarantine on arrival in US

Jamaicans, along with all other international travelers, are now required to quarantine on arrival in the United States.