Five more companies recommended to the Jamaica Special Economic Zone regime, Tourism and Agriculture Ministries jointly open new Agri-Linkages Exchange Centre and JACAP urges more compliance with Copyright Law.
The Agri-linkages Exchange Centre is open for business, find out more on today’s edition of Calling Farmers.
On this week’s edition of Get the Facts we provide you with safety tips to use while shopping virtually this Christmas.
Dead Elector Removal Exercise to cut election costs; Government to provide funds to improve lockups; and court of appeal to have full complement of judges by 2020.
On today’s programme, Ministry of Tourism wraps up successful ‘Style Jamaica’ 2-day event.
The National Commission on Science and Technology is hard at work trying to boost science, technology and innovation in Jamaica.
On this week’s Arts Page, Singing Blind – our guest Courtney Cooke making a living as a blind artiste in a competitive industry.
Over 500 travel agents were on the island for the recently held Sandals Star Awards. Sandals hosted the event from November 28 – 30, to honour individuals and companies selling the resort and brand Jamaica to the world.
Expanded Court of Appeal facility officially opened, National Energy Solutions Limited to be closed, and Jamaicans urged to take precautions against contracting flu virus.
50 exporters and export ready firms are set to benefit from capacity building, and market penetration support to enable them to be competitively positioned to take advantage of global market opportunities through an export development programme dubbed Export Max.
This week on House Matters: National Insurance Scheme contribution rate set to increase, and Zones of Special Operations in Mount Salem and Denham Town extended.
The constant pile-up of boxes and other refuse from the yuletide clean-up exercises going in homes and yards around the country.
In preparation, and in some cases in response to the pile-up, the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) is redoubling its efforts to keep communities clean.
On today’s programme, highlights of the recently concluded Jamaica 4-H Clubs Week of Kindness.
On today’s edition of Sports Spotlight, plans underway to celebrate the Reggae Girlz historic qualification to the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Prime Minister orders forensic audit to explain oil loss at Petrojam; traffic changes coming for downtown Kingston due to court of appeal opening and Jamaica to benefit from international meeting to prevent child abuse.
Parliament votes for further extension of ZOSOs, NIF investment management review commission to be established and HAJ to ramp up titling efforts for 2019.