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Technology Advancement Programme To Be Expanded

On this week’s house matters: Technology Advancement Programme to be expanded, New Kingston to become Jamaica’s first smart town, and Agriculture Ministry to support farmers affected by recent heavy rains.

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1 Billion Dollars Allocated For Housing Project For Tourism Workers

On this week’s house matters: 1 billion dollars allocated for housing project for tourism workers, Tourism pension plan to be tabled in parliament soon, and 800 million dollars to be invested in the national service corp.

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MIACF Opens Sectoral Debate

On this week’s house matters: Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries opens Sectoral Debate and State of public emergency in St James extended.

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Health Minister Commissions Study At Cornwall Regional Hospital

On this week’s house matters: Health Minister Commissions study at Cornwall regional Hospital, gives update on works at the St. James facility and Energy Minister updates Parliament on Venezuela negotiations.

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Justice Minister Tables Reports On Supreme And Parish Courts

Justice Minister tables reports on Supreme and Parish Courts and Regulations governing the extension of the State of Emergency in the St. Catherine North Police Division gets the green light in the Lower House.

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House Of Reps Approve Extension Of S.O.P.E. In St. James

On House Matters this week: House of Representatives approves extension of State of Emergency in St. James, Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency (MOCA) Act passed.

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N.S.M. Provides Update On Police Vehicle Procurement

On this week’s House Matters: National Security Minister provides update on police vehicle procurement and Prime Minister Andrew Holness shares details of JDF assistance to Dominica

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Traffic Ticket Amnesty Extended

On this week’s edition of House Matters: Traffic Ticket Amnesty extended and Road maintenance act repealed.

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PM Plans To Ban Corporal Punishment

On this week’s edition of House Matters: Prime Minister Andrew Holness pledges to ban corporal punishment and House passes Building Act.

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Mount Salem ZOSO To Continue For Another 60 Days

Mount Salem Zone of Special operations to continue for another 60 days, infrastructural work coming for Denham Town and government considers extension of traffic ticket amnesty

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Debate Continues On Building Act

On this week’s edition of House Matters: Debate continues on building act; and parliament passes bill to absolve national heroes from criminal liability.

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Debate Begins On MOCA Bill

On this week’s edition of House Matters, debate begins on MOCA Bill and Health Minister provides update on HPV Vaccine programme for Grade seven girls

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Jamaican Troops In Dominica To Support Hurricane Recovery

In House Matters this week, Jamaican troops in Dominica to support hurricane recovery, Prime Minister says women to be included in next intake of National Service Corps recruits and finance minister provides update on public sector reform initiatives.

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Legislation To Establish A NIS Green Light From The Lower House

Legislation to establish a national identification system gets the green light from the Lower House, government to begin work on additional space for the court of appeal and justice minister renews call for greater use of plea bargaining

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