FEBRUARY 9, 2016: Sights and scenes from the morning session of Nomination Day 2016.
FEBRUARY 8, 2016: Andrew Holness has expressed sympathy to the families of the three supporters who were shot dead during a party meeting in Sam Sharpe Square on Sunday night ... The Police Commissioner says the shooting was not politically motivated. It appeared to be gang-related ... Portia Simpson Miller has dismissed the 10-point plan advanced by JLP leader Andrew Holness calling it a 10-point con ... Elephant Man was freed of rape, buggery and grievous sexual assault charges after the prosecution offered no evidence against him ... IN SPORTS: Chris Gayle failed with a first ball 'duck' as his Lahore Qalanders lost their second straight game in the Pakistan Super League.
FEBRUARY 5, 2016: Prime Minister Portia Simspon Miller vows victory at the February 25 polls, but the JLP says it too will win ... 1000 schools to be closed half day ahead of general election ... World Health Organization declares ZIKV a global emergency ... New champion speller crowned
JANUARY 25, 2016: JLP Leader Andrew Holness speaks on his plans for government agencies if his party is re-elected to power.
JANUARY 25, 2016: JLP Leader Andrew Holness says his party has an excellent relationship with the International Monetary Fund and if re-elected Audley Shaw would be the Finance Minister again.
JANUARY 25, 2016: JLP Leader Andrew Holness speaks on his plans if re-elected as Prime Minister. He promises job letters for minister and consequences too! Holness was speaking at a Gleaner-Mona School of Business and Management forum.
Whoever eventually wins the Red Hills division in the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation would, partly, have done so by satisfying residents that their cries for water will not fall on deaf ears.
Two years ago, Withney Smith quit her day job and returned to her home in Brompton, St Elizabeth, to get involved in politics.
Jamaicans are now preparing for another round of delayed local government elections that seemed set to be kicked further down the road by another administration that would rather have enough political mileage on their opponents before allowing Jamaican