On this week’s House Matters: Government ministries to be given set timeframes for launching legal matters, and Parade Gardens expected to see further intensified security operations and increased community engagement.
On this week’s House Matters: COVID-19 containment measures extended for 2 weeks; 2021-22 budget to be increased by a further 25.8 billion dollars; and 60 per cent of public school students report to school during first week of face-to-face classes.
On this week’s house matters, a recap of the major achievements in both houses of parliament, stay tuned.
On this weeks House Matters, Government establishes protocols for visits to infirmaries and Golden Age Homes; and Parliament approves motion to permanently remove additional 5 dollar stamp duty on exports below US$500.
On this week’s House Matters: 50,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine now available to the general public, and more schools reopened during phased resumption of face-to-face classes.
On this weeks House Matters: New covid-19 containment measures announced and tourism ministry expecting 3.2 million visitors in 2022.
On this week’s House Matters, National Public Health Lab validating efficacy of imported unregulated test kits; 15 more labs being assessed to conduct COVID-19 testing; and 248 Schools Resume Face To Face Classes.
On this week’s House Matters, New COVID-19 containment measures announced and debate begins on Trafficking In Persons (Prevention, Suppression, and Punishment) Amendment Act 2021
On this week’s House Matters, Debate begins on the Emergency Powers Act and the Emergency (Public Security) Act
On this week’s House Matters: Government expands CARE programme; and Senate Passes Bills Allowing Prosecutors to Appeal Against A Verdict of Acquittal
Applications for integrated resort development orders now open; Lower house approves regulations to operationalize Agricultural Loan Societies and Approved Organizations Act; and Sexual Harassment Act now approved by both houses of parliament. This is House Matters.
On House Matters this week: First Supplementary Estimates for Financial Year 2021/22 tabled, all parishes to be connected to Government’s fibre optic network; and 189 communities to benefit from public Wi-Fi Hotspots.
On this week’s House Matters: Lower House begins debate on the National Identification and Registration Act 2021; and Sensitisation Sessions to Be Held on Sexual Harassment Act.
On this week’s House Matters: Government announces updated COVID-19 containment measures; Education Ministry Onboarding Schools to Gov’t’s Fiberoptic Infrastructure; and over 73,000 children vaccinated to date.
Prime Minister Renews call for end to corporal punishment of children; Lower House approves Report on the National Identification and Registration Act 2020; and Zones of Special Operation extended in 5 communities.
Lower House Passes Sexual Harassment (Protection and Prevention) Act 2021; Helpline for Children at Risk Of Abuse To Be Launched September and Child Care and Protection Act Being Reviewed.
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On this week’s House Matters: Tropical Storm Elsa Repair bill stands at 803 million dollars; Gender Minister opens debate on Report on the Sexual Harassment Act; and Senate passes Extradition (Amendment) Act 2021.
On this week’s House Matters: Lower House passes Casino Gaming (Amendment) Act 2021, Education Ministry implementing National School Learning and Intervention Plan; and 70 million dollars accessible to operators in the tourism ground transportation sub-sector.
Prime Minister Gives Updated COVID-19 Measures and Safety Net Programme for fisherfolk across the island. These and more on this week’s House Matters.