KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — The Ministry of Justice has signed a contract valued at $245 million for Phase II of the Justice Square Project downtown Kingston.
The work, to be undertaken by MLO Construction over a six-month period, involves the further refurbishing of the Supreme Court and renovation of the former Nati ...more »
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Police, a team of fire-fighters and members from the National Environmental and Planning Agency have now entered the Central Sorting Office on South Camp Road to find the source of the fumes that debilitated dozens of people this morning.
Several people were rushed to hospital after they were overcome by noxious fumes believed to be emanating from the post office.
Several officials including government ministers are now camped out at the scene trying to get word on the incident.
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