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    Sunday News Recap November 17 2019

    JIS News | November 18, 2019
    Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson says the States of Public Emergency continue to produce a downward trend in major crimes in the affected parishes. Commissioner Anderson says Clarendon and St Catherine have seen a 55 percent reduction in murders and a 51 percent reduction in shootings since the implementation of the enhanced security measure. For Westmoreland, St James and Hanover, murders are down 35 percent and shootings 40 percent, while a decline continues in South St Andrew with a 22 percent reduction in murders, and a 32 percent decrease in shootings. In addition, 5 hand guns, 84 rounds of ammunitions and a hand grenade were recently recovered.
    Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
    Producer: Andrae Palmer
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    JIS News | December 6, 2019
    Research for Wellness fund launched; local cannabis industry players closer to transacting business in the United States; and Government looking to develop Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in St. James.
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    JIS News | December 6, 2019
    Work advanced on Closed Harbour Beach project, Cannabis Licensing Authority issues 50th licence; and Education Ministry to partner with JTA on Emotional Intelligence Programme.
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    JIS News | December 5, 2019
    Prime Minister hands over 52 homes in Westmoreland; Government calling for increased private sector investment in agriculture sector; and contract signed for implementation of shared services in public sector.
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    JIS News | December 5, 2019
    Contract signed for public sector compensation review; National Infant and Young Child Feeding Network launched; and Ward Theatre to be reopened late 2020.
    Presenter: Anthony Morgan
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    JIS News | December 5, 2019
    New Sexual Harassment policy being drafted for Edna Manley College; Parents urged to protect children from forced labour; and Jamaica re-elected to serve on IMO council.
    Presenter: Anthony Morgan
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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
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