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Five years ago, Kimone Shirley took a leap of faith and quit her job as a credit officer to become a full-time nail technician. At the time, she only had a few clients and, therefore, worked part-time. Now, the 2018 winner of the JN Small Business...

Minister without Portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister, Mike Henry, has said the Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education (CHASE) Fund has committed financing towards the Ministry of Health and Wellness’ oncology nurses training...

The Registrar General’s Department (RGD) is digitising its business processes through the implementation of an image management system. The system provides digital images of records, which can be viewed and used in various other forms. It is...

Informal settlers occupying lands along river banks in St Mary are at risk of suffering great loss to life and property in the event that a hurricane hits Jamaica. Residents in several squatter settlements, which appear to have grown overnight,...

Dear Mr Bassie, I am a British citizen and I would like to know how I can apply for an emergency travel document. GN Dear GN, A person can apply for an emergency travel document, sometimes called an ‘emergency passport’, if he/she is abroad, needs...

Dear Mrs Walker-Huntington, Please tell me if my children's father can be granted primary custody of our kids without my consent? He is living in New Jersey and he divorced me and filed for our kids. The court granted him custody. I could not...

Dear Ms Powell, I recently completed studies at a Canadian university and my study permit expires in August. I’m missing my family, so I plan to go back to Jamaica and chill out for a while then return to apply for the post-graduate work permit...

The hunt is on for a taxi driver accused of fatally dousing his 24-year-old Clarendon girlfriend with a corrosive substance and injuring their two children in a bizarre attack last night.

The National Works Agency (NWA) is reporting that work is under way to replace a collapsed storm water culvert along a section of the Holland Bamboo roadway in St Elizabeth. The roadway has been reduced to single lane traffic in order to facilitate...

Residents of Kingston and St Andrew are being warned by the National Water Commission (NWC) to brace for further possible disruptions in their water supply as it says a number of its systems are still being impacted by the ongoing drought. The NWC...
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