CORAL SPRING, Trelawny — For the first time since Barbados severed colonial ties with Britain on November 30, Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday commented publicly about calls for Jamaica to follow suit. The move, he said, must not be “empty symbolism”.
“Leave Ethiopia alone and mind your own business.” That was the message wrapped up in the chants of scores of Rastafari, Ethiopian, and pan-Africanist representatives yesterday as they staged what they called a peaceful protest outside the US Embassy in St Andrew.
The Supreme Court has ruled against Cari-Med employees’ constitutional claim in their vaccine mandate challenge.
Opposition Senator Dr Floyd Morris has made the case for four of Jamaica’s outstanding cultural and sporting icons to be conferred with the Order of National Hero.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A religious group based in Ohio announced yesterday that a violent gang in Haiti has released three more hostages, while another 12 remain abducted.
MONTEGO BAY, St James — Attorney General Marlene Malahoo Forte says an announcement is expected by the end of the second quarter next year in relation to Jamaica’s way forward to becoming a republic.