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  • NCB loses again to its Staff Association
    The National Commercial Ba nk (NCB) Staff Association on Friday won another major victory after the bank lost its appeal against the 2017 judgements of then presiding judge, Justice Bryan Sykes.The now chief justice had ruled in favour of the association after the bank failed to pay staff a share of the profits, worth several […]
  • Vaz blasts Phillips as war of words heats up
    THE political war of words between Government Minister Daryl Vaz and Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips escalated yesterday with Vaz demanding that the People's National Party (PNP) president sack two of his high-ranking officials and sanction a third.
  • PEP joy turns to sadness
    SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth – It was supposed to be a celebration for Geovaughn Allen and his cousin, following their success in the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) two Fridays ago. But an evening of fun and treat for their academic success quickly turned tragic as the 11-year-old died after being hit by a car on […]
  • Oh, what one Chuck(le) can do!
    MINISTER of Justice Delroy Chuck's argument for not delaying the reporting of allegations of sexual harassment under the new Bill before Parliament seems to have done more than the paid advertisements and media coverage have done to increase interest in the process since last year.
  • Michael Gordon remembered as humble, gracious artist
    LATE former Jamaica Observer Photo Editor Michael Gordon was remembered yesterday as a humble and gracious artist who performed his photography duties with brilliance, at a service of thanksgiving for his life at Boulevard Baptist Church in St Andrew.The 67-year-old died suddenly at home in May leaving the media, corporate and political fraternities in a […]
  • Doctors claim bias
    A group of intern doctors who pursued their medical degrees overseas are fuming over what they describe as direct biases regarding the sitting of their licensing examination.
  • Disabled man chooses brain over brawn to launch farming business
    SHAVAR Harris is paralysed from the shoulders down but manages to operate a small farm in the hills on Glengoffe, St Catherine.
  • Sunday Brew — July 5, 2020
    Was Chuck all wrong? Cabinet Minister and senior member of the Jamaican Parliament Delroy Chuck continues to feel the heat arising from his freedom of expression during a joint sitting of a parliamentary committee over a week ago.
  • Towards a stronger Hanbury community
    MANDEVILLE, Manchester— Until recently it took Carlton Cochrane two days to cut the grass at the Hanbury Community sports field, using an old-fashioned lawn mower.And, he laughingly remembers decades ago when he and others used machetes to cut the huge area, which embraces two full-sized football fields and a cricket pitch in the middle.
  • Jamaican national among four charged with murder of businessman
    PORT OF SPAIN (CMC) — Police have charged four people, including a 34-year-old Jamaican national with murder after the body of a 64-year-old businessman was found buried behind an unfinished concrete structure in Lowlands, Tobago last month.

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