Radio Programme

Evening News June 27, 2019

JIS News | June 28, 2019
St. Thomas Urban Centre to create 3,000 Jobs; Tourism Ministry to launch graduate training programme and Attorney General Chambers Clears Backlog of Accident Cases.
Presenter: Lorraine Mendez
Producer: Anjuii James-Sawyers
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JIS News | March 31, 2020
Government allocates 240 million dollars to assist farmers affected by COVID-19, Cabinet approves acquisition of 100,000 tablets for students and Prime Minister announces extended opening hours for markets.
Presenter: Lorraine Mendez
Producer: Vanessa Silvera
JIS News | March 31, 2020
Jamaica records first covid-19 recovery, PEP Exams for June and July, and daily all Island curfew begins tomorrow.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
Producer: Jermi-Lee Nelson
JIS News | March 30, 2020
Government to accelerate NIDS implementation in response to COVID-19; tourism stakeholders responding positively to stimulus measures and Transport Ministry suspends driving exams at Island Traffic Authority depots.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
Producer: Anthony Morgan
JIS News | March 30, 2020
36 COVID 19 cases now confirmed; Country’s COVID 19 testing capacity being expanding and Tourism sector stakeholders discussing strategies to mitigate the impact of COVID 19.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
Producer: Andrae Palmer
JIS News | March 29, 2020
Senior citizens who need medicine, food and other essentials are being advised to make contact with their local authorities. This after Prime Minister Andrew Holness announced last week that all persons aged 75 and over have been advised to remain at home, while public sector employees aged 65 and older have been advised to work from home. Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Desmond McKenzie, says provisions have been made through municipal corporations to assist older persons in need, even if they are not registered with the Poor Relief Department.
Presenter: Andrae Palmer
Producer: Anjuii James Sawyers
JIS News | March 28, 2020
The document management and digitization component under the Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) programme is set be expanded in the new fiscal year. Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the Ministry of Science Energy and Technology and the Jamaica Archives and Records Department will lead the expansion efforts. Mr Holness notes that over 6,000 young Jamaicans received training under the digitization project, with over 4,000 gaining internships in the private and public sectors, and over 2,000 securing permanent employment in the Business Process Outsourcing, BPO sector.
Presenter: Lorraine Mendez
Producer: Andrae Palmer
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