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Civil Service Week Expo on today

The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) will demonstrate joined-up government in action at the Civil Service Expo on Tuesday at Emancipation Park.  The Expo is under the theme:  Civil servants in action: celebrating Jamaica. The Jamaica Archives and Records Department (JARD); … Continued


Ruby Martin Remembered at Concert

One of the champions for the restoration of the Ward Theatre, the late chairperson of the Ward Theatre Foundation, Ruby Martin, was remembered at a benefit concert held on November 18 at the Institute of Jamaica Lecture Hall, on East … Continued


PM Simpson Miller Hails Obama’s Victory

Prime Minister The Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller has extended congratulations to President Barack Obama of the United States of America (USA), on his victory in the US Presidential Election and his appointment to a second term in the White … Continued


52 Persons Still In Shelters

Director General, Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management, Ronald Jackson, has informed that some 52 persons are still being housed in five shelters across the island. “Those individuals are persons who have lost their homes. There are others (who … Continued


Very Few in Western Shelters

MONTEGO BAY – The number of persons in shelters across western Jamaica is diminishing, as most of them are returning home, following the passing of Hurricane Sandy. Checks with Disaster Preparedness Co-ordinators in the parishes of St. Elizabeth, Westmoreland, Hanover, … Continued


Overwhelming Support for JIS Essay Competition

As the October 26 deadline for the Jamaica Information Service  (JIS) Essay competition nears, the agency is receiving overwhelming  support from students and sponsors who want to be a part of the debate on Jamaica's heritage in this its 50th … Continued


PM Simpson Miller on Official Visit to Canada

Prime Minister the Most Honourable Portia Simpson Miller will travel to Canada today (Sunday, October 21) on a five-day official visit. The Prime Minister is visiting Canada at the invitation of that country's Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Stephen Harper. … Continued


157 Persons Conferred With Honours and Awards

A total of 157 Jamaicans were recognised for outstanding contributions to nation building through service in various fields, at the 2012 National Honours and Awards ceremony, on National Heroes Day, Monday, October 15, on the lawns of King’s House, in … Continued


Upgrading of Air Conditioning System at Norman Manley

Cabinet has approved a $280 million contract to Arel Limited to undertake upgrading and extension work of the chilled-water air conditioning system at the Norman Manley International Airport. This was disclosed by Minister with responsibility for Information, Senator the Hon. … Continued

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