Jamaica begins local testing for COVID-19 variants, Prime Minister expresses confidence in new Chief of Defence Staff, and one thousand e-tickets issued so far under e-ticketing pilot programme.
Residents of New River District in St. Elizabeth are now better prepared to respond during and after an earthquake, following a recent emergency and evacuation drill in the area.
On this week’s get the facts, find out what to do if you’re yet to get your renewed Voter ID card.
The Jamaica 4H clubs is offering youth farmer certification in partnership with the Heart NSTA Trust.
Canadian travellers now have access to direct flights into Kingston thanks to Swoop airlines.
On this week’s House Matters: Government ministries to be given set timeframes for launching legal matters, and Parade Gardens expected to see further intensified security operations and increased community engagement.
Work on new Parliament building to start this year, Team Jamaica in preparation mode for Winter Olympics and Riversdale Health Centre adopted by Diaspora group.
The Ministry of Education and Youth is rolling out plans for students at the infant, primary and secondary levels to help improve their academic performances.
More young Jamaicans in rural areas to get assistance to start agriculture business from the Jamaica 4H clubs.
Registration now underway for tourism workers pension scheme, EOJ urging persons to check on ID card status before visiting location for collection and Foreign Ministry officially opens new offices downtown.
The Jamaica 4h Clubs has developed a framework for the distribution of government land to youth farmers.
The National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) has given assurances that no disturbed broadleaf forest vegetation cover will be impacted in the geographical area released for mining to Noranda Jamaica Bauxite Partners. What does this mean? We’ll explore
Ecommerce is on the rise in Jamaica, with more and more Jamaicans using the internet to pay for goods and services. The rise in online business has led to increased use of credit cards, but it has also spurred an increase in illegal activities by criminals seeking to compromise the cards.
IT manager at the Consumer Affairs Commission Andrew Evelyn shared some tips for online shoppers to help protect themselves and their credit card information online during a recent interview with host Enthrose Campbell on the JIS discussion programme Get the Facts.
Here’s an Except of that interview.
Today General Manager of the Jamaica Banana Board Janet Conie shares about the work of the agency’s extension arm.
One billion dollars more allocated to Police force in second supplementary budget, Entertainment Culture and Creative Industries Grant applications close and framework in place to guide distribution of land to youth farmers…
Government spending to increase for the current fiscal year with roughly six weeks left. We’ll explain why. Come on, we’re going for growth!