Hundreds of stakeholders in Jamaica’s social and economic development drawn from Churches in Jamaica and in the Diaspora as well as various sectors, interest groups and institutions, were mobilised for the Jamaica Christian Diaspora Conference in Montego Bay, October 13 and 14. To build on initiatives at the national and community levels with increased support from the Diaspora Church and related...
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News Recap October 24-28
News Recap October 24-27
IBEX Global launches Portmore offices; House approves motion for lifting of Cuban embargo; and Government committed to development of local science and technology sector.
Prime Minister Commends OUR, Health Ministry ahead with plans for flu season, and Agriculture Ministry Carries Out Frosty Pod Rot Disease Surveys in Clarendon.
Cabinet Approves Contract with China Harbour Engineering Company for Southern Coastal Highway; Persons who Breach Petroleum Industry Laws to Face Harsh Penalties; and Primary Schools to be equipped with Information and Communications Technology.
The Meteorological Service issues Flash Flood Watch for low-lying and flood prone areas; JCF encourages persons to use crime-fighting app; and Minister Daryl Vaz leads fact finding mission to the Philippines.
On today’s edition of Urbanscope, we will highlight how the UDC’s work in rehabilitating the offices of the Accountant General Department, fits into the redevelopment plan for downtown Kingston.
Compensation for motorists affected by bad gas and Senate passes amendments to National Insurance Act.
Agriculture records high growth over the last two quarters.