Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries set to launch 157 million dollar cold storage facility project. The initiative is aimed at reducing wastage in the agriculture sector.
Industry Minister tables Amendments to the trademarks act, Health and Wellness Ministry launches ‘Better For You’ initiative, and Government to provide care packages for the homeless on Labour Day.
Jamaicans in the Diaspora all tuned in to a Webinar on May 14 dubbed ‘Bridging the Divide’ geared at providing information on how to access various business and personal services in Jamaica.
Green investment strategy being finalized; $2 billion fishing beach rehabilitation project to be undertaken; and St Elizabeth Municipal Corporation partnering with police to improve public order.
Agriculture Ministry allocates over 600 million dollars for farm road rehabilitation programme.
We look at understanding violence, the effects of violence on victims and how you or someone you know can get support through the Victim Services Division.
With May 24 designated a No-Movement Day, Divisional Director of Industrial Relations and Allied Services in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Gillian Corrodus, recently shared with JIS Studio 58A host, Vanessa Silvera, suggestions for stay-at-home activities on the day.
This week, hear how a non-profit organisation has been painting cross walks in Papine St Andrew.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness, closes debate on Public Procurement (Montego Bay Perimeter Road Project) Order and Resolution and other top stories from the Office of the Prime Minister this week.
On this week’s edition of You & the Law, we begin our discussion on what is police misconduct and look at some of the options available to you should you ever need to make a report about misconduct by a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force.
Beaches resorts is now certified as an autism centre. Stick around to hear more about its impact on staff and guests on this week’s tourism round up.