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    Saturday News Package February 16, 2019

    JIS News | February 19, 2019
    Presenter: Lorraine Mendez
    Producer: Andrae Palmer
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    JIS News | December 4, 2019
    Cabinet approves 13-member Medical Council, City and Guilds to Provide students with Digital Certificates, and PIOJ takes dialogue development series to St. Ann.
    Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
    Producer: Anjuii James-Sawyers
    JIS News | December 3, 2019
    Three more hospitals certified baby friendly, just over 30 schools to be removed from the shift system and paving works to continue along Constant Spring Road.
    Presenter: Lorraine Mendez
    Producer: Vanessa Silvera
    JIS News | December 3, 2019
    CLA establishing transitional permit for small farmers to enter medical cannabis industry; Camp Road project being finalised and eGov Jamaica launches GovTechTalk Series for some public sector workers.
    Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
    Producer: Twila Wheelan
    JIS News | December 2, 2019
    Prime Minister says Jamaica producing youth who will guarantee successful future; Government hails work being carried out under the Zone of Special Operation in West Kingston and Tourism Minister says upcoming winter tourist season looking positive.
    Presenter: Lorraine Mendez
    Producer: Twila Wheelan
    JIS News | December 2, 2019
    Government to increase housing stock in West Kingston; sections of Old Port Henderson road permanently closed; and Jamaica Public Service Company to cover CSEC fees for 440 students.
    Presenter: Anthony Morgan
    Producer: Andrae Palmer
    JIS News | December 2, 2019
    Water storage capacity at the Kingston Public and Victoria Jubilee Hospitals in downtown Kingston has been significantly boosted following the installation of 30 water tanks. The tanks, each holding 2,000 gallons of water, were donated by the Musson Foundation in partnership with T. Geddes Grant and local charity, the Woman’s Club, at a cost of 6 million dollars. Health and Wellness Minister, Dr. Christopher Tufton, says the donation will ensure adequate water is available for the sterilization of instruments to prevent delays in surgical procedures, as well as maintaining established infection control standards.
    Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
    Producer: Andrae Palmer