CABLE BEACH, Bahamas -- Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz will be returning home sooner than planned, president of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Captain Horace Burrell said Friday.
The Boyz were due to have stayed on in the Bahamas after Thursday night’s 0-0 draw with English outfit Tottenham Hotspur for a trai ...more »
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell has announced that customers of the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) will see a reduction in their bills by July.
In a statement to parliament today Paulwell said industrial and commercial consumers in the top 20 per cent will see a 25 per cent discount on the non-fuel tariff portions of their bills, as well as adjustments in the time of use (TOU) discount offered for off-peak usage.
Smaller commercial and residential consumers will also come away with some benefits, the energy minister said.
More details later.
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