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Five firms Shortlisted For Privatization Of NMIA

JIS News | April 29, 2015
Gov’t names five firms shortlisted to bid for privatization of Norman Manley international airport, Cabinet to approve submission to Amend Agricultural Produce and Praedial Larceny Acts and Special Education Facilities coming for Western Jamaica.
Presenter: Oroyo Eubanks
Producer: Cassitta Irving
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JIS News | June 21, 2019
Cabinet approves salary increases for Parish Judges; Public urged to utilize Health and Wellness Foundation when donating to the health sector and farmers to receive technical assistance and training.
Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
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JIS News | June 20, 2019
Over 4000 persons receive jobs through Labour Market Information System; former sugar lands to be rationalised; and Diaspora urged to invest in sports infrastructure.
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JIS News | June 19, 2019
Diaspora urged to invest in the health sector; Companies Office of Jamaica to expand online business registration facility and Education Ministry takes steps to increase equity across the sector.
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JIS News | June 19, 2019
Diaspora assured that national security being treated with urgency; Health Minister urges Diaspora members to support Jamaica Moves initiative and Student Loan Bureau to begin funding short courses.
Presenter: Lorraine Mendez
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JIS News | June 18, 2019
Prime Minister reaffirms the importance of Diaspora to national development; Public urged to continue water conservation measures; and eight Jamaican trainees set to gain work experience in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
Producer: Twila Wheelan