6 Things You Need To Know- March 6, 2015

Audley Shaw, the opposition spokesman on finance

Audley Shaw, the opposition spokesman on finance

  1. FINSAC Commission ‘Gaan Bad A Mawning’- Phillips. The parliamentary opposition has said it is prepared to accept the blame for the composition of the commission which examined the financial crisis of the 1990s, saying someone with legal…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
  2. Three Children Killed In Fire. There are reports that three children were burnt to death in a fire in Hopeful Village in South St Andrew last night. Public Relations Officer at the Jamaica Fire Brigade, Emeleo Ebanks…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
  3. LIME Launches National Street Futsal Tourney. Jamaica’s first-ever national futsal competition, the LIME National Street Futsal tournament, was officially launched at the Football Factory on Wednesday night and vice-president of marketing for sponsor LIME…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
  4. Ja Franchise Face Stiff Task. With their title-chasing campaign all but over, struggling Jamaica will today take on front-runners Guyana Jaguars in the eighth round of the new-look WICB Professional League four-day tournament…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner
  5. Micro Loans Make Gains In Formal Banking System. (BOJ) is reporting that loans to the smallest of firms, microenterprises, were recorded in statistically significant numbers for the first time in the September quarter. From its most recent credit conditions survey, the central bank also indicated that the distribution of credit to the broader SME…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
  6. Morgan Heritage Strong In Treasure Beach. The conscious roots reggae group entertained fans, delivering a steady stream of well-loved classics and newer songs from their catalogue. Jemere Morgan delivered a special performance…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com 
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