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Monthly Archives: May 2023

Kgn businessman held in Clarendon after ‘misusing a gun in Manchester’ 

Twenty-eight-year-old Shaquille Hewitt, otherwise called ‘Specie’, a businessman of William Crescent, Kingston 11,

NIS pension increases approved, effective April 1, 2023

The Ministry of Labour and Social Security has advised that the old age or retirement pension benefits under the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) have been increased with effect from April 1, 2023. The increases range from 23 to 76 per cent.

St Thomas to screen 1,200 on May 17 – World Hypertension Day 

MORANT BAY, St Thomas — Public health officials in this parish are gearing up to do more than 1,000 blood pressure tests on May 17, in observance of World Hypertension Day. Ahead of that, they will be rolling out a series of health-screening activities across the parish.

Murders down but other serious crimes up in Portland 

PORT ANTONIO, Portland — The police have reported an increase in serious and violent crimes in Portland so far this year, however, murders are down.

Chris Christie and other Republicans criticize Trump after E. Jean Carroll sexual abuse verdict

In the wake of Tuesday’s verdict in the civil trial of former President Donald Trump that found he had sexually abused and defamed writer E. Jean Carroll in the mid-1990s, a handful of prominent Republicans voiced their dismay that he could once again represent the party in the 2024 presidential election.

Investing in real estate: A lucrative choice for building wealth 

For many of us, owning that first home tops the list of goals we want to achieve in our lifetime, not just because we can call it our own, but because we understand its value and what it represents for our families.